Do you need a cool and stylish wardrobe? Here’s an idea! Prepare 2 – 3/4 “x 20” x 6 “pre-cut pine boards for side walls, 3 – 3/4” x 20 “x 36” pre-cut pine boards for top, bottom, and middle supports, 1 – 3/4 “x 12 “x 6” pre-cut pine boards for the rear support plate, 1-5 “copper tubing, 25- # 8 x 2” brass wood screws, 8 “round mirror, pipe cutter, drill press, 1” drill bit, 5/64 “drill bit, grinder, Phillips screwdriver, ruler , Ruler. Sand each piece of wood with your electric sander or regular sandpaper. If you’d rather dye or paint your panels, this is a good time if you don’t mind doing some touch-ups in the end. Read on for what to do here.
When you have a small home, you often wonder where and how to store and accommodate everything. Space-saving solutions are your priority and making the most of every inch of space is the right thing to do. One of these solutions is to use your windowsill for storage, sitting, napping, cooking, or eating. Today we share cool day beds and seats on the windowsill. Let's take a look at these smart solutions.
If your windowsill is wide enough, you can easily use it as a comfortable seat. Such a seat can be used for reading, dreaming, social networking and many other things. If it's a dining area, use the windowsill as a bench and place the table next to it. Make the seat more comfortable by adding pillows, pillows and blankets.
If you like to take a nap and enjoy the view, building a day bed on the windowsill is a good idea. Pad it, add pillows, pillows, blankets and anything else you need for a comfortable sleep. Your kids will love sleeping there, and if the window is big enough, you can use it for storage too.