Knife storage is a must for every kitchen, but how to do so is also very subjective. Some people love to use a countertop knife block. Some people like to mount them on a magnet strip. I am one of those people who like to have a knife organizer that is hidden away inside a drawer or a pullout. This is why I decided to build a knife organizer pullout combined with a cutting board storage space.
Constructing a cutting board is one of the first woodworking projects that most woodworkers like to tackle. However, making (or buying) the right cutting board is different for each person. There are several factors to consider in order to get the best outcome for each user. This guide covers everything that you need to know about cutting boards and butcher block tops and should help you get the best results.
It doesn’t take a lot of effort or even skill to make something amazing for Mother’s Day. Sometimes the simplest things are the most cherished. I’ve compiled a collection of some of my favorite woodworking projects for Mother’s Day that can be built in just 1-2 days.
There are certain items in a DIYers toolkit that seem to become staples over time. One of those items for me is dowel rods. I love the versatility of dowel rods, and how they can provide solutions to many of our household problems. So, I thought I would compile a selection of some of my favorite ways to use dowel rods. I hope that it inspires some great DIY projects for you!
One of the easiest, and yet scariest DIYs, is to build cabinet boxes. There are so many different techniques that are used to build cabinet boxes, and every builder will have a preference. I frequently get questions pertaining to my method of choice. So, today I am going to go over the two most common ways on how to build simple cabinet boxes for both the upper and lower cabinets. I promise, they really are not difficult to make. So, jump right in and try it yourself!