DIY Removable Surface Covering

In my first post about the Godishus wardrobe cabinets I purchased from Ikea, I wrote about trying to find a suitable hack for the doors. I was looking for a way to cover the doors without damaging the surface. Inspired by YouTube videos, I decided to visit Dollar Tree store. While looking around for ideas, […]

Wall D├ęcor – Chiyogami Paper & Wood

I discovered this beautiful Japanese Chiyogami paper while searching for wallpaper to add to a render scene. Originally, I wanted to make a standing decor item with it, but my plan fell through when I realized I needed small diameter metal rods to complete the design. While browsing through an online furniture store, I saw […]

Sewing Notions Storage – Moppe Hack

Simple hack with handles Moppe, Ikea’s mini storage chest, is a good solution for storing most of the tools needed for sewing. Last year, I designed an apothecary-type hutch for my sewing supplies. I learned eventually, that there was no time and cost effective way to get around needing a table saw for making all […]

Godishus Hack Plan

When I saw the Godishus model on Ikea’s website, right away I thought it would be a good hack. I wondered if others had already noticed its potential and taken advantage of it. To my surprise, I did not find any hacks. No problem, I said to myself. It will suit my needs just fine. […]

First Decoupage Project

This is a two part project in which I made a humidifier stand over a year ago and applied decoupage to the top this week. When I made the stand I used dowel bits to attach dowels to a plaque. I realized soon after making the stand that it was a mistake to drill holes […]

Sewing Space Design

There are two do-it-yourself projects in this sewing space design render; the hutch on top of the three drawer chest and the sewing stool. I searched the internet for an apothecary-type hutch to hold my sewing supplies and did not find one. I have already purchased the chest. Patterns are in the bottom drawer, project […]