Finding a big-box, store-bought solution to a unique problem can sometimes prove to be a tricky and even, impossible task. That's when you know it's time to come up with your own DIY solution.
In Kenneth's case, he wanted to add ceiling mounted curtain rods to the ceiling out on his covered deck, but since the ceiling is sloped, found that there weren't many options out there that would work.
So he decided to build his own using Kee Klamp.
In this article, we'll cover the details of Kenneth's curtain rods, what you'll need to build them, and show you how to build your own (with detailed steps and diagrams).
*You can follow these same steps even if you don't have a sloped roof like in Kenneth's case.*
So follow along:
Looking to build your own DIY table but need a little inspiration first?
Then, look no further.
In this article, you will find 51 different DIY table ideas that are built using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe. Using Kee Klamp allows you to create your own custom table frame without the hassle of traditional threaded pipe. Leaving more time to focus on the design, and the table top, rather than spending a bunch of time figuring how to put it all together.
So browse the list below and draw inspiration from the creative ideas our customers have submitted to us throughout the years. If you see something you like, but aren't quite sure how or what you'll need to build it, feel free to reach out to our projects team for free design assistance.
Whether you're an individual, or a store owner, this article will show you how to build these beautifully designed wall mounted clothing racks. The racks, featured in The Union Project's retail store, include space for hanging clothing and a top shelf for additional accessories.
In this article, we'll cover the details of Union Project's clothing racks, the fittings you'll need to build it, and show you how to build your own (with included diagrams and step-by-step instructions). So let's get to it.
All the original images featured in this post were drawn from The Union Project's Instagram page. You can visit their website here.