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A step-by-step guide on how to build a versatile dividing screen
|Make a lazy susan for entertaining2|
A lazy susan takes the hard work out of reaching across the table. Often used in Chinese restaurants, it can be useful at home for meals with lots of dishes such as tapas, or for passing the sauce around a large square table. This one is made by joining boards with biscuits. You can buy the swivel and bump stops from a hardware store.
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DIY - $230 (Have it made for $550)SKILL - 3/10TIME - 1 Day Download the full project pdf here
|Build a versatile outdoor table2|
Build a solid table for entertaining and to double as a workbench
|Build a low octagonal table2|
Shape the legs and use paint techniques to apply authentic designs for a Moroccan classic
|Build a bookcase with bar2|
Build designer shelving to serve as a bookcase by day and fold-down bar by night.
|Make a fabric bedhead2|
Use patterned fabric to make a padded headboard
|Build a fold-away table2|
Assemble this stable table in two minutes, knock it apart just as fast and store flat against a wall. It’s made from 19mm plywood and four 90 x 45mm support blocks.
|How to hang a utensil rack2|
Keep cooking utensils within reach by building a 450 x 1000mm hardwood rack to hang them from the ceiling.
|Make a slate-topped table2|
Prevent watermarks by using a tile surface for drinks
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