Make Your Own Colorful Bathroom Cube Cabinets!

created at: 09/20/2011

If storage is at a premium, consider making your own vertical bathroom cubbies!  Also, did I mention that they swivel??  Totally sold on the swiveling.  

 

This photo-packed tutorial comes to us via Fresh Home Ideas and has detailed steps to ensure that even novice DIYers will walk away with a success!  It’ll take about one full weekend to complete, but that’s peanuts compared to the awesome swiveling bathroom cabinet you’ll have for, well, life.  Maybe.  At the very least a really long time. Continue Reading

How To: Handmade Modern Topsy-Turvy Shelf

DIY modern cube shelf

Sick of her standard Billy bookcase from IKEA, Gina sought to create something more interesting. And having found these square cubes at her local craft store, she grabbed her drill and paintbrush, and got to the creatin’.

“With cubes in hand (or in arms), I set out to make my shelf unit. Not a bad end result, if I do say so myself. After I had painted the interiors of the cubes, I realized that I might have loved it even more had I opted for a honey oak-stained exterior instead of white painted. Continue Reading

The Cutest Little PreFab Ever!

created at: 2009-08-10

If the Carre D’etoiles had cheeks I’d pinch ’em! The little French prefab cubes are what we here in MN would call cabins, but they’re unlike any cabin I’ve ever seen. They’re about 10′ x 10′ square of pure luxury.

created at: 2009-08-10

They have everything you need to get away from it all, including a corner kitchen, a bathroom, bed and parquet floors, as well as a flat panel tv. They’re also mp3, telephone and internet ready. The icing on these little cakes, for me, are their sky observation kits, which include an astronomical telescope, a stellar chart and ‘pedagogical games on astronomy’. Continue Reading

The Chair That’s a Cube

Heinz Julen’s cube chair has a very prosaic name. It’s called Cube Chair. Made of wood, aluminum and leather, the (60 x 60 cm when closed and 83 x 70 cm when opened) chair will set you back around $3,750.