scissorsandthread:

Stacked Plywood Bench | Vintage Revivals
I’ve finally gotten round to decorating my bedroom after putting my wallpaper up last year! I really want a bench for the end of my bed but all the ones I like are, of course, insanely expensive! I love the hairpin legs on this bench and the fact that it’s so easy to make. You will need a few power tools if you want to make this (well, it will make it a lot easier and quicker if you do!) like a power saw and power sander. If you don’t need a bench, you could make it wider and use it as a coffee table too.

scissorsandthread:

Stacked Plywood Bench | Vintage Revivals

I’ve finally gotten round to decorating my bedroom after putting my wallpaper up last year! I really want a bench for the end of my bed but all the ones I like are, of course, insanely expensive! I love the hairpin legs on this bench and the fact that it’s so easy to make. You will need a few power tools if you want to make this (well, it will make it a lot easier and quicker if you do!) like a power saw and power sander. If you don’t need a bench, you could make it wider and use it as a coffee table too.

Reblogged from Scissors + Thread 

Rope-knot drawer pulls make any bathroom see-worthy.
thisoldapt:

An idea to steal for future furniture redos: sea-worthy rope drawer pulls that’ll have everyone saying “arrrr, matey, those are some nice drawer pulls.” Get the deets here. -MB
(And if you try it, show us how it turned out!)

Rope-knot drawer pulls make any bathroom see-worthy.

thisoldapt:

An idea to steal for future furniture redos: sea-worthy rope drawer pulls that’ll have everyone saying “arrrr, matey, those are some nice drawer pulls.” Get the deets here. -MB

(And if you try it, show us how it turned out!)

Reblogged from This Old Apartment