Welcome to my blog, where I share my thrilling journey of building a sofa table from scratch, turning my home project into a rewarding adventure of creativity and discovery. If you’re wondering what a sofa table is, it’s a versatile and stylish piece of furniture that sits behind a sofa or against a wall, offering both functionality and aesthetic appeal to any living space. As I embarked on this DIY endeavor, I had never built something like this before, but with determination and a willingness to learn, I took each step as an opportunity to figure out the process. Throughout this blog, I’ll walk you through my experience of turning my vision into a tangible reality. Let me share some of my ups and downs, the triumphs and challenges, and most importantly, the joy of creating a one-of-a-kind sofa table that now takes pride of place in my home.
A well-organized and visually appealing closet not only simplifies your daily routine but also adds a touch of sophistication to your personal space. With our house having split closets instead of one large master closet and after successfully remodeling my wife’s a few years prior, it was time to turn my attention to my own […]
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you needed a piece of furniture but couldn’t quite find what you were looking for in stores? That was the exact predicament I found myself in when I decided to build a side table for my den. As someone who loves to decorate and add personal […]
For Halloween this year, my wife and I decided to host a Murder Mystery Dinner with some of our friends. Having attended a few mystery dinners ourselves, we opted for something similar to the CLUE movie. Along with a CLUE style game, we wanted to theme the house in an old abandoned (and slightly spooky) […]
My wife and I are fortunate that our house came with two separate closets, so we each have our own space. However, the original layout of her closet left much to be desired. As with most homes, the original contractor installed the bare minimum when it came to closet shelving. The closet rods overlapped each […]
One of the first projects I completed was after my wife and I moved into our first house in 2010. The house was built in 2001 but had a very 90’s feel to it, including the gas fireplace. It had a flat tile surround with a funky foam mantle and no hearth. So we did a complete remodel of the surrounding wall.