Often times, the only way to get exactly what you need, is to do-it-yourself. That's exactly the thought Ryan had, when he built this unique corner desk using Kee Klamp fittings and a table top constructed from laminate flooring. In this article, we'll cover Ryan's desk in-depth, covering all you need about his fantastic build. We'll show you how he built the table top, what fittings were used, how to assemble the desk frame, and more. Check it out:Keep Reading
Sitting at work can kill you. Okay, maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration. But at the very least, it can have some very damaging effects on your body. If you haven't heard, and have been living under a rock for the past few years, the latest research shows that excessive sitting can cause serious pain, discomfort, lower good cholesterol, lower calorie burning, and a whole lot more. It has even been compared to the smoking of our generation.
Well, that was all the motivation Jeremy needed for investing in a standing desk. He had heard about all of the harmful effects of sitting too much and was ready switch to standing instead. The result is this fantastic desk, with integrated shelving, that you see here today.Keep Reading
Buying a desk at a big-box-store is expensive, unoriginal, and often times, not built from the best of materials. Going DIY can usually result in a much higher quality end product that is more unique, and typically, less expensive. That's what Gregg had in mind when he built this fantastic, rustic desk for his home office.
The desk was built using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe to form the desk frame which was then paired with a table top built from reclaimed wood. In this article, we'll cover how Gregg built the desk (including the table top), how to build the frame, and any other important details about Gregg's project. Follow along:Keep Reading
A few years back we posted an article on a pipe bed frame that one of our customers, Heather, built for her chic NYC apartment. Since then, it has become one of our most popular blog posts and many of our readers have gone on to build similar bed frames. The frame was built using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe, enabling Heather to build a bed frame, without needing any expensive tools or prior building experience to do so.
Recently, we thought that we would make the process even easier for those of you who want to build your own bed frame, by offering a bed frame kit that can be put together with just a few basic tools. You don't need to be an expert builder, or have any building experience at all for that matter, to put it together. Best of all, it looks great! No one would ever know it was DIY solution. It easily looks like a bed frame that could be much more expensive.
In this article, you will find complete plans on how to assemble the bed frame. We follow along as one of Customer Service guys, Anthony, with the help of Josh, one of our Project Specialists, assemble the bed frame for Anthony's newly acquired home. We list all the fittings included in the kit, all the tools you will need, and any other materials required for assembling the bed frame. There will also be detailed pictures, including instructional diagrams, for each step of the build. So without further ado, let's get to it:Keep Reading
If you're an architect, you care about design. It's in your blood. It's all you think about. You're meticulous down to the very last detail. But to do all that, you must first draw from inspiration. Famous structures, renowned architects, and even from what's around you. So it's important to have a space that is conducive to being creative.
For Andrew, and his company A.Gruppo Architects, that is a space that is clean and modern yet includes a mix of industrial and contemporary elements. So when it came time to throw a new conference table into the mix, Andrew went the custom route to build something that fit perfectly. Using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe, Andrew was able to design and build this beautiful looking conference table.
In this article, we'll cover the details of Andrew's conference table, the fittings used to build it, and show you how you can build your own just like it (with diagram and steps included). And no, you don't have to be an architect to do so :)Keep Reading