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Publisher Description

You might not think it, but home stores carry all the furniture you'd find in a show room; it's just not assembled yet. Black & Decker Readymade Home Furniture shows you how.

You can find just about any furnishing imaginable in the aisles of the home goods store—coffee tables, wine racks, chandeliers—with just a little assembly (and creativity) required. In Black & Decker Readymade Home Furniture, you will learn how to re-imagine the big-box building center as a source for stylish, customized home furnishings that are inexpensive and easy to make yourself.

Metal connectors, pipes and ductwork, rope, sheet goods, glass, and all varieties of hardware are just a few of the ingredients you can shop for to turn yourself into a furniture maker—without the need to buy a lot of woodworking tools and learn complicated joinery.

Inside this book, you will find a wealth of insightful information on how to convert everyday building materials into fine furnishings, along with 24 projects, complete with instructions to get you started. Unique and custom styles and colors, durability (select the quality materials you want), low cost, and a sense of satisfaction are just a few of the benefits you will experience by doing your furniture shopping at your home center or hardware store.

A few of the demonstration projects included in Black & Decker Readymade Home Furniture are:Shoe rack from concrete forming tubesCopper pipe tubing pot rackNuts-and-bolt candle holderDoor desk made with axe handle legsModern media center from angle iron and melamine boardDoor handle coat rackDuctwork coffee tableBagged concrete plantersFaux rock and pump waterfallGrab your tools, because it's time to get creative! One trip to the home center will save you a dozen to the furniture showroom; not to mention time, money, and having to deal with salesmen.

GENRE
Lifestyle & Home
RELEASED
2018
December 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
144
Pages
PUBLISHER
Cool Springs Press
SELLER
Quayside Publishing Group
SIZE
33
MB

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