These fab louvered planter boxes were built using cedar but you could use any exterior grade lumber for this project. Cedar just happens to be beautiful. Follow along with the free plans and video to build your own.
This small chicken coop measures approximately 2 x 4 feet and stands a little over 5 feet tall. Perfect size for two or three chickens or a rooster. At the link you can follow along and download the free plans to build your own small chicken coop.
This cute kids nesting table was built using just one sheet of plywood and a couple of 1 x 3s. Easy right! The free plans are to build the table, four seats, plus each seat has a storage cubby. The seats tuck under the table when not needed. Follow along at the link to build this fun project.
If you have a young one who is into building all things lego, then you need to build them this handy lego tray. Store pieces on one side and build on the other. It even has handles for them to transport from room to room.
This dowel rod plant stand was built using 1 1/4 inch dowel rods and 15 inch round pine boards. Easy right! At the link they bought the round boards but you could just as easy make your own. Follow along and see just how easy it is to build.
When complete, this toy chest or storage chest measures 40 inches w x 18 inches h x 18 inches d. Perfect for toy storage now and blanket storage later. Build it using the free woodworking plans available at the link.
This simple modern desk is the perfect piece for any home office or bedroom. The hutch is a great addition for extra storage. Free plans for both parts are at the link. The desk top measures 36 inches wide by 24 inches deep, so even with the hutch on top you still have 16 inches of workspace.
When you think of industrial furniture, you generally think of metal. This industrial style coffee table was built using wood then the legs were stained to resemble metal. That means you can build it too. Follow the free easy step-by-step instructions at the link.
This breakfront rustic buffet is a beautiful piece of furniture built using solid wood. The center portion is 1 1/2 inches deeper than the two sides. Use the free step-by-step instructions available at the link to build this fab buffet.
Neat or what? The only wood you need to build this light bulb lamp is 3/4 and 1/2 inch thick baltic birch plywood. While perfect for your desk, it could also be adapted to hang as a chandelier. Follow along and get the free templates at the link.