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DIY Serving Tray of Copper Pipe and Acrylic

Posted by: on March 18th, 2015 | One Comment

DIY Serving Tray of Copper Pipe and Acrylic

This DIY serving tray has such a distinctive luxe look to it. It’s surprisingly easy to make, too.

Camila Pavone of Effortless Style offered this up as her contribution to our series, DIY Challenge: Pipe. We asked April and several other awesome crafters and bloggers to come up with ingenious DIY projects that use pipe as an ingredient. It could be just about any kind of pipe: galvanized pipePVC pipe or, as in this case, copper pipe.

We love the combination of copper pipe with the transparent acrylic panel in this project. It’s is not your usual pipe project. Just follow the step-by-step tutorial to make your own DIY serving tray from acrylic and copper pipe.  

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How To Build a Workbench With Butcher Block and Pipe

Posted by: on March 16th, 2015 | 18 Comments

How To Build a Workbench With Butcher Block and Pipe

This cool industrial-style workbench is made from galvanized pipe and a butcher block table top. April Hoff of House By Hoff put this together for our series DIY Challenge: Pipe here on The Home Depot Blog. 

We asked April and several other awesome crafters and bloggers to come up with ingenious DIY projects that use pipe as an ingredient. It could be just about any kind of pipe: galvanized pipePVC pipe or, as in this case, copper pipe.

April’s industrial workbench looks terrific, and since it’s on casters, it’s easy to wheel to any spot you’d like. Best of all, it’s an DIY project. Just follow the step-by-step tutorial.   

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Modern Breakfast in Bed Tray From Copper Pipe

Posted by: on March 13th, 2015 | 2 Comments

Modern Breakfast in Bed Tray From Copper Pipe

Adding copper pipe legs can turn a simple wooden tray into a lovely and functional breakfast in bed tray. This simple pipe project comes to us from the very creative Amy Mikkelsen of Your Southern Peach.

It’s part of our series, DIY Challenge: Pipe. We asked Monica and several other ingenious crafters and bloggers to come up with ingenious DIY projects that use pipe as an ingredient. It could be just about any kind of pipe: galvanized pipePVC pipe or, as in this case, copper pipe.

Amy takes this copper pipe project a step further, making it super elegant by gilding the pipe with copper leaf to make it extra shiny. It looks terrific.

Follow the step-by-step instructions to create your own version of this breakfast in bed tray.

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DIY Curtain Rods from Galvanized Pipe

Posted by: on March 12th, 2015 | Make A Comment

DIY Curtain Rods from Galvanized Pipe

 

These DIY curtain rods are made from galvanized pipe, so they have a cool, industrial-chic look to them. And with the gold spray painted finish, they’re also quite glam.

Monica Benavidez, the creative DIYer who writes Monica Wants It!, came up with this project using pipe for our series here on The Home Depot Blog DIY Challenge: Pipe. We asked Monica and several other impressively talented crafters and bloggers to come up with ingenious DIY projects that use pipe as an ingredient. It could be just about any kind of pipe: galvanized pipePVC pipe or, as in this case, copper pipe.

Just follow the steps in this tutorial to make your own DIY curtain rods from pipe. 

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DIY Laundry Room Shelves and Storage Ideas

Posted by: on March 11th, 2015 | 27 Comments

DIY Laundry Room Shelves and Storage Ideas

Pipe shelving is a trendy way to add storage space to just about any room. This DIY pipe project is the centerpiece of the laundry room storage ideas submitted by Brandi of Don’t Disturb This Groove for our DIY Challenge: Pipe series here on The Home Depot Blog.

We asked Brandi and several other fabulously talented crafters and bloggers to come up with ingenious DIY projects that use pipe as an ingredient. It could be just about any kind of pipe: galvanized pipePVC pipe or, as in this case, copper pipe.

We love how easy these laundry room shelves are to build, and the pipe shelving makes Brandi’s laundry room shelves look great. 

Just follow the step-by-step tutorial to build your own pipe shelves. 

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DIY Pipe Art and Craft Storage Caddy

Posted by: on March 10th, 2015 | 6 Comments

DIY Art and Craft Storage Caddy

This might be easiest tutorial for a DIY art caddy ever. It’s just three steps, and the materials are basically just galvanized pipe, paint buckets and carabiners.

The wall-mounted storage caddy is the product of the creative mind of Kelly Rinzema of The Lily Pad Cottage. She put this together for our series DIY Challenge: Pipe. We asked Kelly and several other fabulously talented crafters and bloggers to come up with ingenious DIY projects that use pipe as an ingredient. It could be just about any kind of pipe: galvanized pipePVC pipe or copper pipe.

Kelly’s storage caddy has a cool industrial look to it, which looks great in a kid’s room or a craft room. The caddy is so practical, too, keeping her little boy’s crayons and markers in one place, easy to reach and easy to put back. 

Just follow our step-by-step instructions to create your own DIY wall-mounted supplies caddy.

 

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DIY Side Table With Himmeli Base of Copper Pipe

Posted by: on March 9th, 2015 | 22 Comments

DIY Side Table With Himmeli Base of Copper Pipe

 

Himmeli is a Nordic technique used to make Christmas decor from straw or brass tubing. Himmeli inspired mobiles, sculptures, hanging planters and wall art are all the rage lately… and it inspired Brittany Cramer of brittanyMakes to make a very cool DIY side table. 

It’s her contribution to our series DIY Challenge: Pipe. We asked Brittany and several other fabulously talented crafters and bloggers to come up with ingenious DIY projects that use pipe as an ingredient. It could be just about any kind of pipe: galvanized pipe, PVC pipe or, as in this case, copper pipe.

Brittany’s DIY side table is amazing. It’s elegant. It’s cutting edge. And it’s something you can make yourself! Just follow our step-by-step tutorial.  

 

If you ran a report of all the purchases I’ve ever made at The Home Depot, I guarantee you copper pipe would be at the top of the list. I LOVE thinking of creative copper pipe projects. Ironically, I never thought I had any business hanging around the plumbing aisle, but my dear copper pipe, you have my heart. You and I will make all the things!

I’ve made quite a few projects from copper pipe (you can check them out at my blog), so when The Home Depot asked if I would be interested in a little DIY Challenge involving pipe, I absolutely jumped on board! I had an idea rolling around in my head for a while, and this was the perfect opportunity to bring it to life: a himmeli-style DIY side table.

I referred to a favorite tutorial from The Design Confidential to make the base (which I also used as inspiration for the mobile in my son’s nursery).

Let’s get to it!

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Stylish DIY Wall Mail Organizer For Your Entryway

Posted by: on March 6th, 2015 | Make A Comment

Stylish DIY Wall Mail Organizer For Your Entryway

This sleek wall mail organizer and key organizer looks awesome and it’s great for keeping your entryway tidy. All you need for this DIY project is some wood and a few pieces of cabinet hardware. We used a lighter wood and sleek stainless steel cabinet pulls to create a simple modern look. But choose a different wood and different drawer pulls, say, in bronze or brass to match your decor.

Just follow our step-by-step instructions to make your own DIY wall mail organizer and key holder.

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Whimsical Oversized DIY Picture Frame

Posted by: on February 12th, 2015 | 3 Comments

Whimsical Oversized DIY Picture Frame

Natalie from The Creative Mom created this giant DIY picture frame for her husband as a Valentine’s Day gift. But this would be a terrific gift for just about any occasion: Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, a birthday, or it could be a fun way to display a large photo at a wedding reception.

Natalie says it took her only one afternoon to put this together. You can whip this up for your home or as a gift in no time. Just follow Natalie’s step-by-step instructions. 

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How to Make a No-Sew Canvas Drop Cloth Pillow Cover

Posted by: on February 11th, 2015 | 3 Comments

How to Make a No-Sew Painted Canvas Drop Cloth Pillow Cover

This painted canvas drop cloth pillow cover is so cute and so easy to make. Katrina Sullivan of Chic Little House created it to decorate her home for Valentine’s Day. But you can paint your own design on the pillow cover to celebrate any holiday or to match any decor. After creating this pillow, you may find yourself totally hooked on canvas drop cloth projects! Just follow Katrina’s instructions for your own no-sew drop cloth pillow cover. 

 

I have a house full of boys and don’t often get to decorate my home using shades of pink; lately pink has been holding a special place in my heart. Valentine’s Day gives me the perfect opportunity to add so pink in my decor. I have a serious pillow problem and love pillows and decided to make a painted heart pillow for Valentine’s Day using a painter’s drop cloth. To keep this project fast and fun, so I decided to do a no-sew envelope pillow.

How to Make a No-Sew Painted Canvas Drop Cloth Pillow Cover

I picked up some pretty tulips from my local market and was instantly drawn to the shades of pink and green stem. I love decorating with shades of green in my home and love how pink and green complements each other.

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