Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Top 3 DIY Stores in the UK Every DIYer Must Visit

Every diy-er knows good tools and supplies equal half the job well done. This is why you'd be more than happy if you have a local hardware store nearby. Still, I bet supplies quality comes first for bigger and more significant diy projects, so here are the most useful and comprehensive hardware stores in the UK every diy-er must visit.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Homemade Lampshade - Do It Yourself Lampshade

So, this post will present you with another one of my diy ideas for your home's lighting. This time it is about creating a pleasant nightly environment. In addition, here we will use something that may be regarded as "useless" in some homes.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

DIY and Crafts - 10 Gifs DIYers Will Understand

What a wise intro. Now to the real thing - here is a short compilation of funny, or not-so, gifs for all of us - diy-ers.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

DIY Cat Nail Scratcher

Kitty 4 months old and me - some morning cuddling

Having recently experienced taking a small kitten in my home, I had to come up with something for nail scratching. Fortunately, I did it in time, so the furniture is safe, as much as the cat can get used to scratching its nails on this particular place.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

3 Clever and Simple DIY Ideas

DIY projects don't necessarily involve big expertise and handiness. Little cleverness mixed with a touch of simplicity - you get these solutions. Some may call them hipster, others may find them really useful. Hope you like them.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

The Guide to Lazy Cleaning


Even though, at a DIY blog, we are not supposed to be lazy, but when it comes to cleaning there are some shortcuts that anyone can take. Are you too lazy to clean? Read further and save yourself some precious time and effort.

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

DIY Staircase: Mount Your Stairs in One Day Without a Carpenter


The connection of an upstairs room is most of the times complicated and costly. Carpenters and blacksmiths are usually needed. Have you ever thought, instead, about buying an adjustable staircase assembly kit? Would you like a straight staircase or a spiral staircase? No problem. Thanks to mounting kits and simple and detailed instructions (in pictures or videos), in just one day you'll be able to mount and use one of the various models of staircases in kit.