Tag: The House of Wood

DIY PureBond Printer Table

Would you rather have this for a printer table (below)

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Or this (below)?

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printer-table-done002We’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!

DIY PureBond foyer console table

PureBond hardwood plywood foyer-console-03PureBond hardwood plywoodJen Woodhouse of The House of Wood DIY blog has completed another fabulous creation using in part, our PureBond hardwood plywood in the construction of  her console table! In fact, this table creation was made specially for Jen’s parents who were looking for a table to go in their entry foyer and by judging the finished console, we think that Jen ‘hit the nail on the head’ (pun intended) by creating the perfect furniture piece for this location…LOVE it! So, if you have a minute check out the project details on her blog by clicking here!

Bedside Tables by Jen Woodhouse

PureBond hardwood plywoodPureBond hardwood plywoodCheck out Jen Woodhouse’s,  of The House of Wood’s,  newest PureBond DIY creations, fabulous farmhouse-style bedside tables! This was was Jen’s first attempt at creating her own furniture plans and we think that she did a fabulous job (with a little help from Jamison at the Rogue Engineer)! After seeing this, all of us here at PureBond central are looking forward to seeing what else her creative mind comes up with in the future…and of course we hope that she keeps including our PureBond hardwood plywood :) Take an look at Jen’s compete how-to post on the project by clicking here!

Personalized PureBond by The House of Wood

PureBond, Columbia Forest products, hardwood plywoodCheck out the cute and cool personalized wall decor that DIYer, blogger, wife, mother and singer :),  Jen Woodhouse of The House of Wood blog has created using scrap pieces of PureBond hardwood plywood from past projects! I happen to like personalization on just about anything I can get it on, so jude_sign01am I am all about Jen’s idea of creating wall accents using an individual’s name to make it a unique on-of-a-kind piece but I am also liking that she has found a way to put her PureBond scraps to good use! LOVE IT! For more details and how-to on creating your own personalized wall art,click here!

 

PureBond “Power Tools for Pink” benefit for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation Re-Cap

$(KGrHqZ,!nwFIuBdwSYQBSMGlFsf(g~~60_3 (1)$T2eC16FHJHIFFh,9Y5VCBSSj9f5rEQ~~60_57$T2eC16Z,!y!FIc8+jwRsBSSyL4yQbw~~60_57$T2eC16h,!)QFIbnMKqI3BSQI1yF5(!~~60_12bcrf_01Our month-long 1st Annual PureBond “Power Tools for Pink” benefit for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation concluded on October 31, 2013 with the event raising over $500.00 for The Breast Cancer Research foundation!!!  The Top entries were submitted by Shanty-2-Chic (the highest individual bid amount at over $100 and the winners), Daisies and Crazies, The House of Wood, Designs by Studio C and SewWoodsy! All the entires received were very diverse submissions that gave different points of design view on creating a table to be auctioned during the month of October for breast cancer awareness….all were PERFECT and quite reflected each individuals design aesthetic!

There were a few bumps along the way (limited days on eBay Giving, high shipping costs in some areas, participants that sadly did not complete projects, etc.) but this was the first attempt at this type of contest for PureBond and we are excited looking forward to growing and improvieng this benefit into 2014 and beyond, so stay tuned towards the Fall of 2014 for benefit updates and improvements!

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