100 do-it-yourself simple projects, requiring only basic tools, precut lumber and standard materials.
Build fashionable, functional, inexpensive indoor and backyard furniture—even if you're a complete beginner. These are realistic projects for the average weekend warrior that require no great skills, just normal tools you already have and easy-to-buy materials available at any home store.
Here's a small sample of what's inside:
Build a simple-but-stylish bookcase
Cut garage clutter with oversized shelves
Double your closet space with easy accessories
Build a rock-solid workbench in 3 hours
Maximize kitchen storage with clever cabinet inserts
Build backyard furniture, a garden arbor, planters and more!
Benches, garden and deck chairs
Quick projects like bird houses, handy hints, and more
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No experience necessary!