All of these accessories can be added to the Dunn DIY teepee-style tent, or the measurements can be adjusted and added to a tent you already own.
Today we're building a teepee-style tent that's satisfactorily large and able to fit several small children—or one kid and all of their books and toys.
This camp stool can be used wherever you need it and can be stored away easily, or it can be left out in your home for when guests come over.
If you have cedar four-by-four posts on hand, this it a perfect project to utilize small leftover pieces—and when you're done, it's the perfect addition to any outdoor living space and a surefire way to banish bugs from your backyard.
Since this gate swings just fine, we’re not having to fix sagging or other problems. The homeowner wanted a new type of latch that was easy to operate from either side of the gate, and we replaced the hinges too.
Today we’re building a gate using the EasyGate No-Sag Gate Kit, which includes four black, sturdy, metal brackets; screws and hinges which you add to your own lumber; and a gate latch.