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!
Tag: The Home Depot
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!
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!
Simple DIYR is a new member of our PureBond Idea Team of bloggers, so offer him some support and check out the giveaway he (yes a he and his name is Joey) is doing! The giveaway includes lots and lots of goodies from tools, to PureBond hardwood plywood (of course), to gift cards, all chosen with the DIYer in mind…for all the awesome details view the short video above!
You have two months to enter this giveaway but why wait, check it all at by clicking here and making a visit to the Simple DIYR blog!
These interesting and very textural wall art panels were made from PureBond hardwood plywood for an episode of Restaurant Impossible that featured the design talents of the one an only, Leanne Lee a.k.a The Diva of DIY.
Per Leanne there is a complete how-to coming soon but we do know that the wall art panels were built using PureBond Plywood that was purchased at her local Home Depot. Leanne says, “The magic of these art pieces take shape when we layer plasters, metal effects, rust and patina and other mixed media (tutorial coming soon!).” So keep your eyes peeled for a Part II on this project!