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Tyler Bell

From his small garage workshop in Seattle, WA, Tyler Bell creates projects that challenge others to learn beyond what they think is capable. His projects span everything from building ridiculous and dangerous machines to wild experiments and replicating movies. Obsessed with building, Tyler is a fearless inventor, fabricator, and problem-solver whose goal is to inspire the maker in everyone. Follow Tyler on social: YouTubeInstagramTwitter https://www.thisoldhouse.com/makers-channel/22910963/tyler-bell


Pull-Out Kitchen Shelves: Installation in 8 Steps

Project details Skill 1 out of 5 Easy Only basic woodworking skills are required to construct the pull-out shelf, and the metal drawer slides are easy to install. Cost $50 to $90 Estimated Time 4 to 6 hours Make the most of your kitchen's storage space by installing a pull-out shelf in one — or all — of the base cabinets. The shelf resembles a shallow drawer that glides out for easy access to items stored in the back of the cabinet. Our shelf was built for a standard 24-inch-deep by 33-inch-wide base cabinet, but its design is adaptable to…


Nothing Trendy Allowed: Designer Marta Chrapka’s Timeless, Fanciful Apartment

Here on Remodelista, client projects by decorators and architects are our stock-in-trade, but, in our opinion, nothing quite beats a peek into a design professional’s own home. So when Marta Chrapka, of Colombe studio, reached out to share images of her Warsaw flat, we were instantly rapt. We’ve featured some of her projects before—all singularly elegant, with an eye toward tradition and a foot planted in modernity—and her own apartment, which she shares with her partner, Christopher, and a dog and cat, is no different. Their 100-square-meter (about 1,000-square-feet) one-bedroom feels like the home of a refined and thoughtful designer,…


energex One-Step Trowel-On Membrane

energex One-Step Trowel-On Membrane | 2022-01-29 | Walls & Ceilings This website requires certain cookies to work and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. By visiting this website, certain cookies have already been set, which you may delete and block. By closing this message or continuing to use our site, you agree to the use of cookies. Visit our updated privacy and cookie policy to learn more. This Website Uses CookiesBy closing this message or continuing to use our site, you agree to our cookie policy. Learn More This website requires certain cookies to work and…


Current Obsessions: Winter Layers

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Expert Advice: The Art of Wallpaper (and How to Incorporate It), 2022 Edition

RM: Hand-printed or digital? LR: As you can imagine, I am especially drawn to hand-printed wallpaper where you can see the maker’s hand. This sense of imperfection and human touch is important to me and moves me as a piece of art would. I certainly also use digitally printed wallpaper—there are so many high-quality, beautiful options out there. RM: How can you figure out how much wallpaper you need? LR: For an easy way to roughly calculate the square footage of your space, combine the width of each wall, then multiply this number by your ceiling height. Next, divide this number…

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