Lady Goats (Gina) claims that this has been the longest project she has worked on, however, regardless of how long it as taken Gina, we think the resulting outcome is a fabulous dresser that she based on Ana White’s Fillman Dresser plans. The dresser is a creation that utilized remnants of an old dresser combined with some of our PureBond hardwood plywood, which yielded a finished piece of furniture that is better suited to her family’s current needs! For more complete project details please visit Gin’s blog by clicking here!
Category: PureBond Idea Team
Shoe aficionados check out this DIY Shoe Storage Cabinet brought to you by bloggers and creators extraordinaire, the Shanty sisters, Ashley and Whitney from the Shanty2Chic DIY blog! In fact, even if you’re not into shoes this cabinet has many storage possibilities! The sisters again used our PureBond hardwood plywood that they conveniently picked-up at their local Home Depot, which they then crafted into this awesome piece of furniture via plans done exclusively for them by Jay’s Custom Creations! Love it! For more details, click here!
Would you rather have this for a printer table (below)
Or this (below)?
We’re pretty sure you’re hands down going to be picking the fabulous second option which is another creation from Jen Woodhouse of The House of Wood!!! Jen made this table especially for her Father, who, as evidenced in option number one, obviously needed a new printer table! Jen again used some of our formaldehyde-free PureBond hardwood plywood (purchased at her local Home Depot) in the table which she crafted to go with the style of her Father’s desk…no pun intended but we really think she “hit the nail on the head” with this project! For more in-depth How-to, click here!
This pristine X Base End Table project was created by Simply Lovely Lumber utilizing our North American-made, Maple PureBond hardwood plywood in the construction that was purchased locally at The Home Depot. Stephanie, the creative mind behind Simple Lovely Lumber got a project assist by way of Ana White for consultation and plans and as you can see the result was fabulous and done a low-cost to boot! For project details, plans and more detailed how-to, click here!
We’re loving the cottage vibe that this inexpensive slat wall by Karah at The Space Between emulates! The slat wall really pulls the room decor together to create a an un-fussy, relaxing master bedroom…created for very low-cost other than time and a bit of elbow grease! Karah used our PureBond hardwood plywood ,purchased at her local Home Depot, that she had cut down to 12″ wide pieces for the slats that cover one wall of the room. It truly is a fabulous project and we invite you to check out Karah’s blog for compete instructions and how-to, just click here for the post!