When it comes to making a Halloween costume, the ones that can be used throughout the year are always the best. Pull your kids (and their bags of candy) in this DIY dump truck wagon, and utilize it for future holidays, trips to the playground, or for your kids to play with in the backyard.
Umbrellas aren't the main staple of Seattle natives, but it's always useful to have them on hand for special occasions when your outfit or hair can't tolerate a hooded jacket or even a light sprinkle. Store your umbrellas without any clutter with this DIY umbrella stand.
Prevent drafts from entering your home by adding door sweeps with our easy how-to guide.
In the first installment of our two-part series on eliminating drafts, we’re sharing how to add weather stripping to two doors: one using a door jamb weather strip kit, the other with self-adhesive foam.
The average litter box isn't anything to write home about. Relegated to a dark corner in the laundry room or bathroom, most litter boxes are kept out of sight and out of mind (until it's time to clean them, at least). But this project is no average litter box—it's a stylish, self-contained side table that adds to your home's decor while keeping your cat happy (and any cat owners knows that's no easy task!)
There's no reason your cleaning supplies can't reflect your style. This paper towel holder was an early Dunn DIY project, and we’ve updated it here. We love the sleek, modern vibe—as well as the inexpensive cost!