Category Archives: TINYPROject
This is a crude mockup for the overhead kitchen bins. The sides might be pine and the fronts will be either a stretchy mesh or clear plexiglas so I can see inside easily — otherwise the bin would have to … Continue reading
These legs were sawn off the old school teacher’s desk, the drawers of which now support the downstairs futon/seat. They looked even crappier before I started sanding. Quite a bit of the degraded surface shall remain and though the brass … Continue reading
In the name of science, I hereby offer my (really old) cooler for experimentation. Encased in 3″ polystyrene and enveloped in low-expansion spray foam, I want to see, I need to know, if a contemporary icebox is a functional possibility. … Continue reading
Wasps, hornets, bees, yellow jacks and spiders alike — I hope you weren’t home today because the soffits and gables are done so your tiny hiding holes are forever closed. Sincerely, Your Ex-Landlord
It’s time to finally reinstall the trailer lights. Uh. Oops! Where do these go?!?!
Neither sleet nor rain nor … snow plow! This baby will stand up to the elements and the trucks! Made of solid military-grade wood, this mail box post will last quite awhile, even if blasted with record-setting snow. I knew … Continue reading
This is an alt-pattern for the maple mosaic sub-project, not glued-up, 16-1/2″ wide, with a few triangles missing yet. What do you think of it and where should I use it?