What kids wouldn’t love to come down the stairs on Christmas morning to find their very own personalized teepee? For less than $40 you can build this fun little hideout following Jaime’s tutorial at That’s My Letter. Jaime used Ana White’s project plans and guarantees it’s easy as pie. She says, “If you can sew […Read More]
Larissa from The House on Harrison was over shoes strewn about the floor in her entryway, and Ana White equipped her with the project plans to tame the mess with a shoe cabinet. Have you seen one of these before? A beautiful console on the outside and shoe storage galore on the inside! You’ve got […Read More]
The girls from Shanty 2 Chic are such an inspiration when it comes to knockoff furniture pieces! Just check out this awesome library-style coffee table that Ashley built with plans from Ana White. This table combines both form and function with a generous tabletop for decorating and drawers for hidden storage! Ashley’s table was inspired […Read More]
A few summers ago, the Shanty 2 Chic sisters built a large farmhouse style outdoor table with a fancy x-design base. The gorgeous table caught the attention of Meg from MT Tails. While she didn’t need a farmhouse table, Meg did want a console table and modified the plans from Ana White to make it happen. I […Read More]
Christina from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen says her hubs got “bitten with the woodworking bug” when they moved from an apartment to a house and created a garage workshop. Of course, Christina was happy to offer a list of items she wanted built for their new home, including this Land of Nod inspired toy box with […Read More]
Korrie of the Red Hen Home modified plans from Ana White to build this stunning 72” open buffet for a client. I love how the 4×4 legs give this piece such a substantial look. This baby looks solid! Korrie also added decorative hardware which kicks up the rustic/industrial vibe a notch. What a beautiful build!
What do you do when you want a $2,000 bed but don’t have $2,000 to spend on a bed? Build your own for around $350 instead! Camille from Imperfectly Imaginable and her husband modified Ana White’s platform bed plans to replicate the look of an upholstered bed with nailhead trim that they loved from Restoration Hardware. Camille walks you through their entire build and even how she achieved that signature Restoration Hardware antiqued finish.
Whitney from Shanty 2 Chic recently built a solid truss dining table out of 4x4s and had plans for benches in the works. Well, Whitney delivered with two beautiful benches that are every bit as “big and beefy” as their table counterpart. You know Ana White was in the mix, helping design the benches and providing clear plans so you can build them too – for only $40! This is the perfect seating solution for your big holiday get-togethers!