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Standing desk made from 2x12’ wood board and plumbers pipe
This DIY standing desk is made from 2x12s and plumbers pipe. The height of the desk can be adjusted by switching out different sections of pipe. You can also watch this Wikifab on [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whY_LeFFxgk our video tutorial].
- 185 USD ($)
- 3 hour(s)
IKEA hack: TARVA Chest of 3 drawers in pine
This is a hack of IKEA TARVA chest of 3 drawers in pine that you can easily replicate. We reveal the stepper and all equipment necessary for that Scandinavian inspired customization! The result is ultimately a good concentrate of what we like at the moment: copper, light wood, smooth texture and graphic forms. We follow you?
- 85 EUR (€)
- 2 hour(s)
Desk lamp in wood and concrete
Hi! I am [[User:Clément|Clément]], co-founder of [[Wikifab]] ! I have created this tutorial to let you learn by yourself how to use Wikifab. This tutorial is your sand box! Everybody can modify it! Don't be shy, clic on the "Edit" link in the top tabs and make your first contribution today!
- 20 USD ($)
- 2 hour(s)
Concrete and wood coffee table
I found these 36” long in a DIY retail store, 1 ¼” square Fir balusters for $1.80 each. They're smooth, straight and have a nice grain so I decided to try and figure out how to make something with them. This DIY concrete and wood coffee table is the result. Even though the wood bottom looks quite intricate it's actually really easy to make. Just a few cross cuts with a circular saw is all that's needed to create the base. The assembly is done with finish screws. I casted white concrete into a melamine form to make the table top. It's as smooth and hard as stone but weighs about 100 lbs.
- 50 USD ($)
- 8 hour(s)
Bucket stool made of wood and concrete
The $5 bucket stool is a project created by Ben Uyeda, the designer behind the very inspiring blog [http://homemade-modern.com/ Homemade Modern]. The stool is durable, simple to make and aesthetically pleasing. What’s great about this project is that there is very little waste. The bucket serves a vessel for mixing the concrete and as the form for the stool. When the stool has cured it can be removed without damaging the bucket. A 48" dowel cut into three 16-inch pieces provides legs without waste.
- Very easy
- 5 USD ($)
- 1 hour(s)