15+ Assorted DIY Projects To Make: {Free Tutorials}

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There’s a big cleanup needed in the DIY Category here on Tipnut so I’m moving all of these miscellaneous furniture and diy projects into one handy sheet for better organization.

curbly.com

curbly.com

Convert a Secondhand Cabinet into a Bar: Here’s a way you can turn something “trash” into treasure.

Tin Foil Nightstand: Tinfoil + Furniture sounds a bit hokey doesn’t it? I hesitated before checking out this link, but I did and am I very surprised how nice this turned out!

vintagerevivals.blogspot.com

vintagerevivals.blogspot.com

twicelovely.blogspot.com

twicelovely.blogspot.com

Apple Green Chalkboard Desk: If you have a tired old desk on hand, here’s a great idea to turn it into something lovely.

Decoupage Garden Furniture: Using polyurethane or a comparable outdoor sealant, you can turn a banged up old bookshelf (or other furniture piece) into a lovely garden accessory.

canadiangardening.com

canadiangardening.com

curbly.com

curbly.com

Coffee Table To Bench: With a bit of sanding, painting and a pretty piece of fabric, you can have a pretty (and useful) upholstered bench in your home for peanuts.

Pretty Wallpapered Cart: With some latex paint, wallpaper and clear lacquer spray paint, you can turn a banged up wood cart into a useful, decorative item for the home.

craftynest.com

craftynest.com

marthastewart.com

marthastewart.com

DIY Recycling Center: Wide, interlocking bins with open faces and tops make it easy to sort recyclable goods.

Kitchen Cabinet Makeover: Step-by-step: How to give your cabinets a makeover with new hardware and paint.

sunset.com

sunset.com

treschicveronique.blogspot.com

treschicveronique.blogspot.com

Fabric Covered Kitchen Cabinets: The cabinet doors are covered with fabric using thumbtacks to secure (on the back) then scotchguarded for easier cleaning. Neat project!

Hanging Storage Baskets: Perfect storage for small places (including the craft room). What you need for materials: Spool of heavy cord or twine; set of three nesting wicker baskets and a heavy-duty screw-in cup hook.

womansday.com

womansday.com

infarrantlycreative.net

infarrantlycreative.net

Game Board Storage Art: All you need is a bit of wood to make the frame (custom sized for the game board you choose), spray paint, finishing nails and hooks.

Easy DIY Projection Screen: The most expensive items are the seamless paper (around $26), the wood for the frame (approx $34) and the velveteen fabric (around $27).

projectorcentral.com

projectorcentral.com

sunset.com

sunset.com

DIY Recycling Center: You could also use this idea to make a little yard and garden storage center if you don’t have room for a backyard shed.

DIY Pallet Lounger: Use four rectangular pallets of the same size and one that’s slightly wider to make a nifty lounger for the backyard.

shoestringpavilion.blogspot.com

shoestringpavilion.blogspot.com

joyeverafter.com

joyeverafter.com

Outdoor Pallet Table: Nice! Made with two wood pallets, a 4×4, caster wheels, L-brackets and stain.

Laundry Room Drying Rack: You have both a rack and knobs to hang clothing on–and you don’t need super carpentry skills to pull this off.

centsationalgirl.com

centsationalgirl.com

craftynest.com

craftynest.com

Basket Drawer Unit: You can easily adjust the measurements to suit your own needs (and basket sizes).

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Published: January 25, 2011
Updated: June 11, 2012

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