It’s been a bit quiet around the web project-wise this week for PureBond…we’re assuming all our DIYer buds were getting ready to attend the Haven Conference this weekend in Atlanta, GA with the rest of the PureBond crew but regardless it left us time to troll around some for PureBond projects that we might have missed that are floating around there in cyberspace and boy did we locate some gems! Check out the little dresser the right here or the made0ver china cabinet to the left who both utilized PureBond hardwood plywood somewhere in the project!
Click here to see more of what we found today on our web snooping for PureBond projects!
The newest from your (and PureBond’s as well) favorite DIY sisters, the dynamic Shanty sisters of Shanty-2-Chic show-off their newest project, Floating Shelves, in style via a tell all video that details the project from start to finish! The video is a must-see so check it out below and learn how to craft your very own floating shelves!
As usual the Shanty’s purchased their formaldehyde-free PureBond panels at their local Home Depot and you can too, click here!
The newest from #TinyLab, the touring tiny house on wheels which is not only part of the Proof Is Possible Team that PureBond follows but sponsors as well, providing the project with formaldehyde-free PureBond hardwood plywood panels that were utilized in much of the construction of the tiny house.
This most recent blog post about the journey of the tiny home focuses on the how to build a Shoji door with PureBond hardwood plywood for the bathroom! In fact, here at PureBond central we happen to LOVE this type of door which not only offers privacy but also offers an modern look with an open and airy feel.
For more on #TinyLab and this project, click here.
This perfect little bedside table was created between a partnership with two awesome DIYers and bloggers; Jamison of Rogue Engineer and Anika of Little Free Monkeys. The pairing was perfect, Anika wanted a table like one she has seen at Pottery Barn but didn’t want to pay the cost (who would, right?) so she asked Jamison to reverse engineer the table and create the plans for it, which he is excellent at (the title of his blog Rogue Engineer gives that fact way ). Anika did the actual build herself and we must say the results are fabulous…hopefully Anika will keep using our PureBond hardwood plywood in her builds so we can see more of her work!
For detailed project plans head over to Rogue Engineer, click here and for more photos and information on the actual build, check out Little Free Monkeys, click here!
Score another DIY Win for Jamison of Rogue Engineer DIY blog with this fabulous, on-trend, industrial-style bookcase which uses our Birch PureBond hardwood plywood (purchased at his local Home Depot of course) in the construction!
As always Jamison has gone to great detail about the build from step-by-step how-to photos and shopping lists to a downloadable and printable PDF for complete project instructions!
For the complete story and low-down on this project, hop on over to Jamison’s blog, click here!