Looking to build a new side table for your living room or bedroom? Build this sturdy Arts and Crafts–style side table from stock lumber—you can even customize its height to fit alongside your existing seating or square up the angles for a more modern look.
This inexpensive kitchen staple—the distilled white kind, that is—can multitask in any room of the house.
Do you have cracks in your concrete floor that need to be patched? For a long-lasting repair, pay close attention to the edges and the mix. Read on to learn how to patch the concrete on your floors.
Are you trying to decide which brick pattern to lay? Read on to see which patterns are easy to arrange, how many cuts you'll make, and what will—or won't—work with a curve.
Read this guide to help you finish the garage floor with epoxy from preparation to the final top coat.
Use rot-resistant planks and a salvaged window to build a protective box that extends the growing season. (Scroll past video players for written steps).
Layer stock moldings onto a box beam to create a budget-friendly custom profile.
Stack cast-concrete blocks in a tiered pattern to give your curb appeal a hefty boost