DIY wall-mounted shelving :: Uses twin tracks & sturdy brackets; shelf heights are adjustable. Brackets are screwed to 3/4" boards that were sanded & stained for the shelving. As was said, it's all about meticulous planning *before* drilling any holes :-) but otherwise a fairly easy project with readily-available components. . . . . ღTrish W ~ https://www.pinterest.com/trishw/diy-projects-arts-crafts/ . . . .
Hammocks make for the ultimate backyard "staycation." Nothing says summer quite like reading a book in a hammock! This free-standing wood hammock stand uses basic, pressure-treated wood posts, deck screws, and 45-degree angles to create a custom-looking stand for about $60 — much less than the average cost of a store-bought hammock base! This project creates a hammock base that's 13-feet long from eye bolt to eye bolt, making it the perfect length for 11-foot-long hammocks.
This is the easiest system for making your own concrete countertops. There are no forms to build. Instead, you cut a cement board base to fit over the cabinets and screw in some plastic edging, then pour in your concrete. The entire project was done by one lady, with just a little help from another to mix the concrete. If I can do it, anyone can.