Spent about a day doing this, figure someone besides myself should get the *rich opportunity* to look at it. (You can click on it a couple times to get the full-size, legible version. I think.) ‘Course I’m not so worried about being project manager as I am about being project team. House is supposed to
Spent today looking at houses in the Pitt. It’s different here. For one thing, any house that seems too inexpensive for its specs is usually that way because the floors all slant different directions. I was in three houses today where — yeah. Felt like standing on a ship’s deck. The one I’m trying to buy is in the Lincoln Place neighborhood of Pittsburgh. I’m taking the offer paperwork over to the office in the morning.
Enterprise Feedback ManagementSurvey SoftwareClick Here for Survey I actually finished this project back in whenever it was I posted the previous post. Just FYI. But I keep getting all this traffic on those posts, so I figure I owe it to humanity to talk about the finished product here. DIY TV Stand Part 1: Planning
With that, then, it’s time to get going on building the framework. The vertical supports of this TV stand come in the form of four 2×2 boards. To these, I’m going to attach an apron that goes along the bottom of the TV stand, and then another, uh, apron that goes along the top (but
My favorite part of doing this kind of project is using the compound miter saw. That makes it all worthwhile. Everything else just seems like work by comparison. Here’s what I got done today, Day One… DIY TV Stand Part 1: Planning and Buying DIY TV Stand Part 2: Gluing the Top DIY TV Stand
Moving on from the massive success of my, er, *writing table* (which now is mostly used to rest my cell phone on while charging and sometimes hosts piles of junk mail on the way to the recycle bin), I’m building a TV stand. I have looked around and so many corner TV stands, but after