Don't panic at the prospect of home repair and maintenance With this informative and well-organized guide you'll have the knowledge and instruction you need to deal with or prevent scores of the most common problems in your home. Its 460 full-color photographs and step-by-step instructions show you how things work, what can go wrong, and whether there is a quick fix.
Transform your outdoor living space with woodworking projects you'll enjoy all season long.
Master builder and LEGO luminary Yoshihito Isogawa helps you build more than 100 creative, non-electric models with LEGO Technic parts. Part of a two-volume set.
1,500 Ways to Declutter, Organize, Streamline, and Reclaim Your Space and Your Time!
Life moves too quickly these days, as technology, work, and personal commitments make it almost impossible to relax and enjoy life. Finding yourself stressed over the clutter in your kitchen or the mass of paper in front of your computer? Relax. This book will help.
Everything You Need to Know to Start Carving Wood or Hone Your Craft.
Woodcarving, with its cultural roots in African, North American, and Oceanic cultures, has been a powerful art form for centuries.
Forget the aesthetics of mainstream minimalism and discover a life of authenticity and intention with this practical guide to living with less…your way.
When Christine Platt set out on her journey to live with less, she never intended to become The Afrominimalist. She just wanted to tame the chaos in her closet!
Build your own treehouses, swing sets, skate ramps, Ninja courses, and more!
Kids and families of all ages are rediscovering the great outdoors, including their own backyards. It is more important than ever to be able to entertain our kids at home, teach them about nature, and give them a great time building, exercising, staying in shape, and working together.
Go beyond sparkling clean for a safe sparkling clean!
Open up this book and you will find amazing, clever, innovative solutions to everyday problems that you can do yourself.
This collection of ingenious, helpful, budget-conscious hints, tips and how to's prove that you don't need a workshop full of tools or 30 years of experience to be a successful DIYer.
Not everything has built-in obsolescence—as this fantastically handy guide to fixing everyday objects proves! Whether you need to repair a strap on a favorite handbag or mend a leak in a washing machine, How to Repair Everything is packed full of tips and tricks of the trade for the person who likes to do-it-yourself.
Vic Tesolin's Projects from the Minimailist Woodworker teaches the basics of furniture making using step-by-step photos detailing the process of building handsome projects any woodworker will be proud to create.