How to assemble an Ikea Ektorp 3.5 sofa

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Back in January, I came home with a truck loaded of 2 Ikea Ektorp 3.5 sofas. And that is no understatement. If you’re in the market for this set, you’ll want to be forewarned on a few things, thanks to their size alone. So here’s my little story on getting these guys home, then how […]

Rustic-modern arrow signs coffee station and art

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Before February, I had the best of intentions to make something super cool and rustic for Valentine’s Day. You may remember my rustic heart shown 3 ways in THIS post. I still have it hanging on my shop wall! But… this year it didn’t happen. I got super involved working on the boy’s room makeover […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 465

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Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 465 Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific Happy upcoming weekend! Well, this past week we we got our storm as promised! A good dump of snow and bitter cold temperatures kept all us west coasters huddled in for a short while. Boy’s bed makeover HERE So I […]

Snow memories while meandering the snowy bike trails by foot

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Our west coast weather of late has taken quite a turn! We’ve had bitter cold winds and the past two days a good dump of snow. Normally known as the Bahamas of Canada, BC had been hit by a little of that polar vortex effect that’s been back east. Our conditions didn’t come close to […]

A headboard makeover with furniture painting tips

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Remember the boy’s room project HERE?! It’s been a good long while since I’ve done an update! I decided to tackle this room once again to carry it through to completion this time for 3 reasons… I found a headboard and footboard for free! A headboard and footboard listed for free in a local Facebook […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 464

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Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 464 Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific Howdy all! We are kinda sorda bracing for a little stormy weather. So what did I do? I hightailed it to Lowes to pick up some building supplies so I could continue to work on a project I have on […]

Why the million little steps of a journey matter most

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Over the weekend, I got the hankering to wash the front of my house. The house was a mess. I let it go all year which I don’t normally do. The algae could be seen from the road of all things! However I also knew the effort it entailed. I’d have to climb a ladder […]