Make These 3 DIY Convertible Furniture to Save Your Pocket
Saving more space at home can be done by keeping more of your cash, too. DIY furniture has been a popular choice for homeowners who yearn to have their customised and unique pieces of furniture. With its rising trend recently, they help us adjust to continually changing lifestyle while adding that little streak of refinement to the living spaces. Available in various designs, shapes, and sizes, DIY convertible furniture serves multi-purpose, practicality and space-saving quality every owner of small space wants. Don’t forget that playing with creativity also brings so much fun!
Here we present three popular DIY convertible furniture ideas you can consider for your home.
1. Revolving Bookcase
Make a new home for your reading collections while having more free space using a revolving bookcase. You only need to rotate it to get the book you want to read, allowing easy access to them and performing effective use of available floor space. Start making this DIY furniture with furniture-grade hardwood plywood and a cabinet Lazy Susan as the base. Since it’s open-backed, you can place your books on both sides of the shelves. Have a screw gun, screws, and paintbrush ready after you hold the panels in place.
2. Bedroom Headboard Storage
It’s time to put that headboard to use. Having bedroom headboard storage enables additional storage and brings significant design impact to the bedroom. Make it a practical focal point with storage cubbies to place your books, personal stuff, or sleep routine essentials. Prepare walnut boards, chop saw, trim nail gun, and drill, then you can start by making the cubicle block separately before merging them all at once at the end.
3. Wall Mounted Folding Table
This convertible furniture is impressive as they prove that gone are days of putting those big desks or tables in the room. It’s the ultimate solution coming from the necessary household item where you can use wall-mounted folding table for different purposes. What you need is a pair of folding brackets, plywood wood, varnish paints and a brush, wood screws and some wall plugs, and power hammer drill. Position the table at the required height, and ensure the bracket is positioned perpendicular against the wall.
Once you start the project on this DIY furniture, you’re going to see how convenient they serve their multipurpose quality to help your rooms breathe a little. Don’t forget to wear eye protection during woodworking. Have fun!