My IKEA Kivik couch armwraps are great for updating your couch. It’s convenient place to set your remote, coffee, laptop, or a nice glass of wine. These simple and beautiful piece is a space saver for your living room!
I am always adding new designs to the armwrap line-up. My latest batch includes two eco-friendly plywood designs. Check back often as I am always adding more!
We recently made a console table for a client and had a lot of great feedback. Making it into a wine bar was the most common request. We love happy customers, so came up with a design to add wine storage for four bottles. Continue reading Reclaimed Heart Pine Wine Bar – Small
I recently finished this custom order farm table for a customer. I sourced the wood from Second Chance in Baltimore. The clients wanted a sturdy and rustic table. They liked the imperfections in the wood and wanted them to be incorporated into the design. The wood was from a 100+ year old Baltimore row home, … Continue reading Reclaimed Wood Farm Table
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I bought this green wood trunk several years ago at a local thrift store for $10. It sat on my porch for three years begging for a rehab. When we moved into our new place we were in need of a coffee table, and the trunk was the perfect piece to transform! I decided to use … Continue reading Wood Trunk Rehab ~ Coffee Table
I built a couple benches to go with the reclaimed wood farm table I recently built. They are made out of hard to find 2″ reclaimed rough sawn lumber. The benches would also make a great coffee table or side table. Each bench is 36″ long and 18″ tall and 9″ deep. Continue reading Reclaimed Wood Bench
We needed a new bed, so I decided to clean the garage of old wood scraps. Tool List: Drill and screws, jigsaw (or handsaw), orbital sander (or sandpaper), nail gun (or hammer and brad nails), miter saw (or handsaw), polyurethane and a paintbrush. Material list: 2 wood pallets, 2 – 4×4 posts cut to 54″, 2x4s and 2x6s to make … Continue reading Reclaimed Wood Bed
Material: Discarded Wicker Loveseat This is one of my favorite makeovers. I found the wicker loves eat on the curb ready to be thrown out. I loaded it into the car and gave it a $10 makeover. I removed some of the wicker details to give the love seat a more modern feel, spray painted the … Continue reading Curb Rescue Wicker Loveseat
Material: re-claimed wood and 4 pane window Specs: 28″ width x 31″ depth x 18″ height Description: sealed for indoor and outdoor use A friend built the coffee table out of an old window and scrap wood years ago and over time two of the panes broke. It had been outside by my fire-pit for 2 years and I decided it … Continue reading Old Window Coffee Table