This year, if the clutter in your home is already out of control, why not consider making a key holder or command centre to corral all your stuff.
These shelves are probably one of the easiest and most affordable to make and they would be ideal for extra storage or display in any room in a home.
Whether you make for yourself or to give as a gift, this modern clock will take pride of place in any home with its reclaimed wood charm and copper accent.
If you love to entertain, a serving or bar trolley is a must-have and this DIY bar trolley is an easy project that is affordable and stylish at the same time.
If you are staying home for the holidays and looking for fun ways to entertain the family, you will love this easy way to set up a home cinema in the garden.
Add a metallic touch to your kitchen with this DIY coffee filter stand that you can make in copper, aluminium or other sheet metal.
I have seen some high-end doggie accessories that cost a fortune, and then there are doggie accessories you can make that look great and cost little.
When you love to entertain outdoors in the garden, adding a bar is one way to liven up the atmosphere.
Everybody needs a place to sit and relax on weekends and this DIY pool sun lounger is good-looking enough for any poolside and easy to make over a weekend.
With experts agreeing on using a dog crate for puppies, this project shows how to can build a coffee table that is also a dog crate for your pet.
If you need to a place to display artwork or accessories, or your child needs a place for books, these ledges are quick and easy to make.
Pop into your local Builders or hardware store for PAR pine and supplies and grab your power tools to make this quick and easy room divider.
Pegboards have become popular in the last few years, especially DIY pegboards that use dowels and easily mounted shelves for both storage and as a decorative accessory.
The hotter months of the year make it perfect to dine outdoors and this wooden picnic table will seat an entire family.
Make this attractive console table using PAR pine and laminated pine and place in an entrance or hallways.
Schools in - schools out - who knows! One thing for sure is that this climbing wall will keep the kids occupied for hours.
Pine crates are great for turning into a handy side table or a bedside table, and you don't need anything other than a drill/driver and some galvanised pipe and fittings - or substitute with copper pipe.
Use plywood and pine, or replace with meranti or saligna, to make this practical patio table and umbrella stand.
This DIY wooden planter can be made in any size to add to your patio, deck or outdoor area, plus you can use your choice of material.
Using untreated pine lets you make an affordable slat bench that has a stylish design and is very easy to assemble.
Garden furniture doesn't come cheap these days, in fact, you can expect to pay thousands for a decent patio set, which is why it makes a lot of sense to make your own outdoor sofa or patio set.
This portable picnic or braai table lets your prepare all your meals without missing any comforts you have at home, plus it's also a great addition to your outdoor entertainment area if you don't have an outdoor kitchen.
Dustbins can be an eyesore but this handy shed made using PAR pine is a great way to store one or two dustbins out of sight.
Box shelves are easy to make and you can arrange them in a variety of configurations to provide essential storage for any room in a home.
Mounting your ironing board on a laundry station makes it easy to start ironing without having to set everything up, and you can store all your ironing essentials in the laundry station.
When you don't have a dedicated office or place to study, this folding office or study desk lets you set up a workspace wherever you need it.
Many people are turning to their crafts and hobbies as a way to bring in extra cash, and this craft centre will help you stay organised.
Gently swing yourself to sleep with this floating day bed that can be installed in a playroom, living room, or out on a patio.
Every home should have a handy key holder - a place to hang your keys when you get home, and this floating key holder lets you practice your French cleat skills.
Children's bedrooms always need storage furniture and this modular shelf unit is great for both storage and display, plus it's easy to make.
When deciding to be a DIY enthusiast there are a few tips I can share that will make the experience more enjoyable and allow you to make the most of DIY.
Upcycling an old door into a shelf unit has been done in many different ways, but this one has to be the easiest and most practical.
If there is one thing that the lockdown has made us realise it's that being able to do stuff yourself has its advantages, so why not think about getting stuck in DIY with one of these scrap wood projects?
Many find ourselves with a bit more time on our hands, so why not make something like this 1-piece picnic table and benches - perfect for dining outdoors in the garden.
Keeping the kids occupied until the beginning of June is going to be a difficult task for parents but this fun play tent will keep them busy - either indoors or outdoors.
If you have spent the time in lockdown catching up on jobs around the home, here's your chance to relax in a deck chair made using pallet wood.
If you're in the mood to give your kitchen a new look but can't afford a full-on renovation, you could look at making your own kitchen cabinet doors to achieve a brand new kitchen makeover.
This quick and easy project is a great way to use up any wood scraps that you have lying around to make a holder for your books, tablet or kindle.
Whether you are relaxing in the garden or setting up for a picnic in the park, this DIY drinks table is just the thing to hold your drinks and glasses or even your snacks.
Every bedroom needs some form of bedside storage, and this wall-mounted shelf unit provides that, plus it is wall-mounted to take up less floor space.
Decorative skirting adds a finishing touch to any room, but when you can't afford to have decorative skirtings installed or can't find what you're looking for - you can always try this method!
Not all children's bedrooms have enough space for a bed and lots of storage, so why not build a bed that's on top of all the storage!
In this article, we discuss the benefits of having DIY furniture for your home.
An upholstered ottoman is a great addition to a room that needs extra storage, and a tufted ottoman adds a touch of elegance to a room.
The Internet is overflowing with DIY ideas, crafts and projects, but not everyone should get involved in DIY - there are times when you should not DIY it!
This sturdy pine base is ideal for a young child and offers a unique way to decorate a bedroom for a youngster, plus you can modify the measurements to make the pine base to any size.
You always need storage at the side of the bed, and this DIY bedside table is affordable to make and easy to assemble.
New kiddies build-it-yourself range of toy sets - Construct different toys with Tork Craft’s Create and Learn DIY Kids Toy Collection.
This article is especially for all the DIY Divas out there - even those who haven't yet put their newfound skills to good use!
Kreg and Dremel have partnered to show you how to make this handmade Wine Gift Box.
Based on social media statistics, we have compiled our most popular DIY projects for 2019 - as determined by our readers.
In this project we take you step-by-step through making this DIY WigWam or TeePee bed for your little boy or grandson.
With its simple lines and easy construction, this DIY wooden bathroom vanity can be stained in your choice of wood tint to provide an elegant storage solution for any bathroom.
The average home is generally fitted with limited storage options and every family eventually reaches the stage where more storage is required, so we have some great DIY storage solutions for you.
With this easy cookbook stand you can have your recipes at hand, whether you use a cookbook or tablet.
Using reclaimed wood or pallet wood is an eco-friendly way to save money and create a few unique pieces for a home.
This kiddies book nook is a quick and easy project that let's mom or dad set up a reading corner for little ones.
There comes a time when a badly scratched tabletop needs some TLC, and this farmhouse style table gets a revamp and a new lease on life.
See how an old pine hutch is transformed into an amazing fireplace feature at very little cost and with readily available materials.
Follow steps 1, 2 and 3 for an inexpensive way to make your own garden chairs and table.
When you need an extra side table, whether indoors or outdoors, this folding table is stylish enough for serving tea with family and friends, or for drinks when you entertain.
Not sure about the ideal fabric for your bean bag chair? Take a look at our informative guide to get all your answers right away.