Some of you asked what the table leg looks like behind the metal corner bracket I shared in my last post. Here it is. Drill a pilot hole, screw the hanger bolt into the leg. While I was trying to strong-arm the thing in with some vice grips, my hubby suddenly became a freakin' genius when he grabbed a nut and wrench and effortlessly threaded the bolt into the leg. SO smart. 10 points to Gryffindor!
Trying something new with this DIY dining table. The client is a fellow Army family and so they wanted the table legs to easily disassemble for frequent PCS moves. These metal corner brackets and table legs are from Osborne Wood Products. If you've been watching my Instagram stories, I'm walking you through this build and we're learning as we go along. Join me!
Oh, nothing. Just hanging out at Woodcraft in mah sequin pants. Not awkward at all.
I'm sharing some helpful tips on how to build a dining table in my IG stories - check them out before they go away! #sneakpeek
So in love! 😍😍😍 I love the modifications @kindandkaren made to the DIY cabin bed! You guys amaze me w your builds so please don't stop tagging me - I am so inspired by you! Tutorial on my site.
This wall color is commonly referred to as Texas Tan and it is ev-ery-where in this rental house. 😫 I need it to go away because it's bringing me down. Just one of the many reasons why I think it's worthwhile to paint your rental. So now the question is... what color? 🤔 Sources are here: http://liketk.it/2q6oq DIY Nightstand: http://jenwoodhouse.com/diy-bedside-tables/ DIY Table Lamp: http://jenwoodhouse.com/lighting-challenge/ @liketoknow.it #liketkit #ltkhome
That butcher block though! 😍😍😍 Ok so it's not *real* butcher block but we sure can fake it like a boss! Get the building plans here 👉🏼 http://jenwoodhouse.com/diy-rolling-kitchen-island/