Welcome back to our series about creating a soundproof studio room. It’s time to tackle the ceiling, one of the most critical parts of the whole build.Continue reading “How to create a Soundproof Ceiling”
A customer found these old coak hooks in their turn of the century Victorian property. The wanted them restored to their original splendour and fitted to a new backing board to match the old one. This Victorian coat hook restoration was a really fun little project!
In this video I show you how I’m making a simple coat hook rack with hidden fixings. This is just a row of 6 hooks attached to a backing board which is then fixed to the wall. The fixings are hidden by two of the hooks.
This is a project where I’m making some very simple floating alcove shelves. These are made in such a way that all of the fixings and supports are hidden. The shelf top and bottoms are made from MDF.
Today fitting some IKEA shelves… more to the point, I’m using Ekby Bjarnum brackets to fit reclaimed solid birch shelves. The birch is reclaimed from an old IKEA table and looks stunning once it’s all cleaned up.
Welcome back! Today I’m moving a kitchen unit and installing an American-style fridge / freezer. This involved a fair bit of work since a tile needed fitting in the gap where the unit was.
I’m building a greenhouse and it’s really windy! This is an aluminium framed greenhouse with polycarbonate / plastic panels. The customer already had a wooden base built ready to install the greenhouse on, which is a great start.