Hey Remodelaholics, what are you currently working on? Do you want to ask a question or for advice? Message us a on Facebook, we have such a wonderful community to help answer your questions and give suggestions! We also want to see your finished projects! Email at email@example.com, or send us a photo here. We love to see the things that you create!
Recently Cassity and Justin shared one of their latest projects, DIY IKEA Hemnes Desk Hack into Double-Duty Shared kids Desk with Hidden Storage. It is fun, it is functional, it cleans up easy and is sturdy! It’s an excellent option for a homework station, for homeschooling or for small living spaces — dining table to homework space with the lift of a lid? Yes please! Check it out and let us know what you think!
Another IKEA hack that is great for homework is this IKEA Bookcase to Built-in Desk Nook Hack. If you love the look and style built-ins offer, this may be a perfect solution for you. Maryann from Domestically Speaking created this desk and said it could be put together in less than a day!
Another beautiful desk that may fit perfectly into your home is this IKEA Hack: Easy DIY Live edge Desk With Trestle Legs by Colleen from Lemon Thistle. I don’t think you would even know that she used pieces from IKEA if you hadn’t read it here. I love the unique look of this desk, it’s a beautiful piece!
Because we are all getting back into the swing of school still (how long does it take for you to feel back in the routine?), we have 5 Tips to Create A Wild and Fun Kid’s Desk or Home Homework Station! The goal: organize and de-stress homework time! Get the kids in a routine, give them a dedicated space, and help them enjoy it! Tell us what you have found is the key to successful homework time in your home!
Featured Facebook Fans: Beautiful Tumbleweed
One of our favorite parts of Facebook is seeing your questions and your creations! We have Fan Photo albums that we love to fill with your projects, remodels, and new looks! Please share them with us! You never know who you will inspire with your creativity and hard work!
Recently, we received a photo of Sheila’s latest project. She said,
_”It was about a year ago I asked if anyone had examples of tumbleweed art. No one did. So I waited until “tumbleweed season,” picked a nice one and let it fully dry in the shed. This week I sprayed it with Rustoleum’s Bright Copper (I used the whole can. Some is now on my glasses…). I then used wire tie to loop around lower branches, threaded those through the bottom of an empty planter, then wrapped the wires around a canning ring. Then I put on two sets of copper wire solar lights (Amazon) and here we are! I love having movement and light on my porch after Christmas, while it is still so dark and cold.”_
It’s beautiful! I would have never throught to use tumbleweed as decor but now I want to go out and find some! I love the creativity and the finished project is so pretty! Thank you for sharing the idea, I know it will definitely inspire others as well!
We love bragging about your creativity and talent, so please let us! **Show us what you’ve been working on!** Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook, you can always send us a photo here, too.
YouTube DIY Inspiration and Video Tutorials
If you are a visual learner and love to watch videos, or if you want to supplement your reading instruction with an actual walkthrough, we have created something fun for you! We have been taping the creation of our projects so that you can watch them unfold start to finish through our video tutorials! We walk you through the how-to’s and project tips before you start yourself! Check them out for inspiration, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy!
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Have a Wonderful Week!
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