DIY is all the rage nowadays — so much so that it seems every site out there offers a variety of hacks and ideas to inspire your next creative feat. With so many sources out there, how do you narrow down the best? Here are my favorite destinations for easy-to-follow projects that are sure to wow:
Supermodel and tastemaker Coco Rocha shows you how to make your own DIY stool out of concrete.
Ready or not, the holidays are here. Make the most of the season with these DIY projects that will make this hectic time so much better.
Brighten up your home base.
Because every man (/woman/human) needs an island.
Watch what happens when you pour concrete into Lego.
Ben Uyeda from HomeMade Modern shows how easy it is to combine knitting and woodworking into your next (or first) furniture DIY.
Ben Uyeda from HomeMade Modern shows how easy it is to turn an old kitchen cabinet into a party perfect concrete ice chest.
The Internet is full of “easy” DIY projects that are actually designed and created by professionals. See what happens when average people attempt projects that actually involve a little more handy work than a mason jar craft.
Ben Uyeda from HomeMade Modern shows how easy it is to turn a window or a wall into a beautiful and productive herb garden.
Ben Uyeda from HomeMade Modern shows how easy it is to make a multi-tasking desk for small living spaces using just a single sheet of plywood.
These awesome DIYs will make you glad that you lugged that 80-pound bag of concrete mix home. If you make all of them, it comes out to less than $2 per project.
Use novelty Star Wars ice cube molds to cast concrete vases, wall hooks and other knick knacks. Darth Vader would approve.
Ben Uyeda from HomeMade Modern shows how easy it is to make a modern chair using only zip ties and plywood. It’s surprisingly sturdy.
Home Depot may not have Swedish meatballs, but it can be the ultimate store for affordable, durable, modern furniture if you know how to hack it. Ben Uyeda of HomeMade-Modern.com shares his 5 favorite Home Depot hack recipes along with tips on how to get Home Depot staff to help do some of the work for you.