A laptop is not enough for every home worker or office and this creation helps to alleviate some of those limitations without gobbling up a huge amount of living space. As a bonus its DIY and looks super clean.
Kids selling lemonade is kind of an American classic image. IKEA takes a shot at it with their children’s market stand, Skylta. This one is corrogated cardboard, so might be better suited to roleplaying… unless you want to use it as a pattern for your DIY flatpack creation.
Encourages role play; children develop social skills by imitating grown-ups and inventing their own roles.…
You can never have enough pantry space and the folks over at Classy Clutter have a great idea for using that gap found between many refrigerators and their “nook”.
I’m more cider and hard liquor sort of guy, but I advocate home, recreational brewing as a basic right so bottoms up mead fans.
Now you can use your own honey, or store-bought honey, to make mead, a unique low-alcohol honey wine and one the world’s oldest fermented beverages. The kit is created exclusively for us by Elizabeth Ryan, an award-winning cider maker who has made appearances at the James Beard House. Just follow the simple directions and in four to six weeks you can enjoy your first batch.…
I’m a big fan of flatpack and furniture that can be easily broken down or reconfigured. These little things look like a great way to make your own with nearly infinite variety. Chalk this one up as one of those “Why didn’t someone make these before?”
Making your own furniture can be considered an art, we suppose. Heck, we sometimes wonder how good Jesus was… But that’s a question for another day. The point is, making tables and chairs and things is fairly hard, yo. You have to measure right, angle cuts precisely, and do a number of fairly complex …