All Posts by Chris Wright

How To Build A Hidden TV Cabinet— Hide Your TV With Art!

I just had the chance to build my friend this beautiful hidden tv cabinet. I had my friend's pinspiration picture, the sizes for the television and picture frames, and her idea to add the craftsman window/door trim to the top to match the woodwork in the house. And I figured it out from there! I am in love with this creative way to hide your tv with art! Really, the only bad thing about this DIY project is that I don't get to keep it. 😢😢 Thanks for watching! Hope you love it as much as I do. 😍

DIY Functional Home Decor Playlist– https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZcdtdv1ZliuHPIFlZGY76-TP3OIkNSNy

Saw Art Playlist– https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZcdtdv1ZlivyNxHcFyhelyOjgEawWSdH

Hobby Lobby Frames- https://www.hobbylobby.com/Home-Decor-Frames/Frames-Photo-Albums/Wall-Frames/10%22-x-13%22-Oak-Wall-Frame/p/37968

Tool List:
Kreg Jig K4 Pocket Hole System— https://amzn.to/32MMO6y
Dewalt 20v Drill- https://amzn.to/2KjGTj0
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Gator 220 Sanding Disks (50 pk)– https://amzn.to/30mo186
Senco 18 Gauge Brad Nailer- https://amzn.to/2LQduPa
Senco 1-¼ Inch Brad Nails- https://amzn.to/316TfQY

Handymom Vlog- Hi, I'm Katie! I'm a carpenter turned stay at home mom to a beautiful little girl named Devin. Now I use my construction skills to remodel our home (veeeeeeery slowly) and also do some DIY home decor projects.

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Come watch the most recent installment of my Power Tools Made Easy series!!: "How To Use A Drill— Power Tools Made Easy #2, For Beginners— Dewalt 20v Drill"

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Easy to build custom display cabinets, woodworking, carpentry

In this video I show my process for building a pair of display cabinets. I use a few simple techniques to build high quality, easy to construct cabinetry. I think the end result is a sleek, modern pair of cabinets that will look good for many years. As a side benefit this method could be easily adjusted to build cabinets for TVs, audio gear, bookcases, bowling trophies, or a large collection of Beanie Babies.

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Running Errands and Setting Up Tools In Preparation for Building Cabinets! | We Bought A Farm House

Getting some preparation done before I begin building cabinets. I work on the out feed table / work service for the table saw and make a run to the hardware store to get some saw blades clamps, and other random tools.

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We bought this 1920’s farm house in the little town we grew up in. Come along for the ride as we bring this thing back to life and turn it into our dream home! We are not builders, so hang in there with us as we figure it out along the way, in true DIY fashion. Hopefully you enjoy watching us work on our fixer upper as much as we enjoy the work!

Building Some Cabinets – Kitchen Remodel E30

Hey guys! In this episode we start building cabinets for Terry’s kitchen.

Enjoy!

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How To Make A Lower Cabinet Base – WOOD Magazine

Learn how to make lower cabinet bases. This is just one element of a complete series on how to make simple face-frame cabinets. In this episode, WOOD magazine’s Kevin Boyle lays down the basic building block for constructing the lower cabinets.

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Part 16: Dream Garage Build – Insulating, finishing, painting and cabinets!

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How to Make DIY Cabinet Doors

Check out the written tutorial here:

How to Make DIY Cabinet Doors

Looking to build your own kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanity or furniture? Or, just simply looking for an easy way to upgrade them without having to tear it all out and start over?

Cabinet doors are the face of your cabinets and switching them out can make all the difference in your space. Building your own DIY cabinet doors is EVEN BETTER 🙂

And I’ll show you how I built my sisters kitchen cabinet doors in this video. I’ve also got info on how to determine the size cabinet doors you would need to make for your specific project and I’m sharing all the equations so you just plug in your numbers and start building.

And even better news? I took the poor man’s approach to building these doors. There are a ton of expensive router bits and fancy tools to help you build cabinet doors. And that’s great if you have those things. But for regular DIYers like me, it’s nice to know there are some cheaper, easier options. So that’s what I’m giving you 🙂

If you’re looking for additional info on how to install cabinet doors with concealed hinges, be sure to check out this blog post and video for that info as well:

How to Install Concealed Hinges with Liberty Hardware

Stay tuned and be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on the details on how I built her cabinets as well. Until next time, happy building!

Build with me! DIY Wooden Stands for Cabinets (Kitchen Organization)

Hi there, my name is Natasha and in this video I wanted to share a home DIY project I did a couple months ago. Please let m know if you would like to see more of my home projects and DIY’s by giving this video a THUMBS UP and leaving me a comment telling me what you thought of the video 🙂

Here at the dimensions for the stands I made (adjust dimensions according to your needs/space):
Wood used for the bottom stand:
x2 – 5 1/2″ W x 19″ L (front/back)
x1 – 4 1/2″ W x 19″ L (top)
x2 – 2 1/2″ W x 5 1/2″ L (sides)

top stand:
x3 – 4 1/2″ x 19″ L (front,back, top)
x2 – 2 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ L (sides)

If you have any Q’s about the project, just leave me a comment 🙂
Thanks so much for watching !

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