This rolling kitchen island was built by Ben for his son's new condo as a student at LSU. Space inside the condo is limited, so Ben wanted to create something that could be rolled out of the way when needed. The island frame was built using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe paired with a live edge table top. In this article, we'll take a closer look at Ben's project, how it was built, and show you how you can build your own:Keep Reading
American Do-It-Yourself Garage is a self-service repair shop in Virginia Beach, VA where people can rent car bays, lifts, and tools to work on their vehicles. This allows those who don't have the space, or the tools needed, a chance to make their own car repairs and save a lot of money in the process. The garage is fully equipped with 8 car bays that include workbenches, fully equipped tool boxes, compressed air, and anything else you would need to work on your car.
In this article, we're going to focus on the workbenches featured in this garage. How they were built, how you can build your own, and any other important details you should know. Let's take a look:Keep Reading
This DIY entryway bench, with integrated coat rack, was built by Ryan for the front entry in his home. Instead of a closet next to the front door when you first enter the home, Ryan's house had an empty space. To make use of this space and give his family somewhere to hang their coats and set aside their boots, Ryan used Kee Klamp fittings and pipe to create the bench and coat rack combo. In this article, we'll take a closer look at Ryan's project and show you how to build one just like it.Keep Reading
Thanks to technology, we can find ways to DIY just about everything. Things like decorative coffee mugs, mason jar tissue holders, and glow-in-the-dark bubbles. If you think of it, you can “DIY” it. Problem is, all those DIY tutorials and pictures can’t teach you how to cut in a straight line or paint a smooth stroke. If you don’t consider yourself a crafty person, a simple project can turn into a real train wreck. There’s even a website dedicated to the hilarity of our DIY project fails.Keep Reading
Looking for a sturdy workbench that is super strong, can support a bunch a weight, and still looks good? Then you'll love this heavy duty workbench that one of our customers, Cliff, built for the garage in his home. Cliff was looking for something that was sturdy and found Simplified Building after some searching on the internet. With the help of our projects team, Cliff was able to come up with a design that suited his needs. He built the workbench frame using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe then attached a custom made table top to the frame. In this post, we'll cover Cliff's workbench and show you how you can create your own:Keep Reading