Easy DIY Projects From the Host of <Em>Saving Alaska</em>
Stay-at-home mom and self-taught building expert Ana White helps fellow Alaskans learn DIY skills to save their homes on the new series Saving Alaska
. Improve your own construction IQ with some of her best step-by-step projects.
An open dining area hutch offers a place to display beautiful serving pieces and glassware. Using solid pine boards, you can make this DIY version in just a few hours. Get the step by step hutch how-to here.
Rustic Yet Chic Wood Headboard
Add style, color and texture to your bedroom with this do-it-yourself headboard that looks anything but DIY. A great project for newbie woodworkers, this headboard can be completed in just a few hours and for less than $100. Get step-by-step instructions for this wood headboard.
Easy DIY Hanging Daybed
Easy to build and inexpensive, this daybed will provide the perfect spot to read or nap in your backyard retreat. It's sized to fit a twin mattress for all-day lounging. Learn to build this DIY hanging daybed.
Reading spot by day, comfortable padded bed by night. Repurpose a standard crib mattress and bedding to create your own upholstered toddler daybed with simple tools and no sewing. Get Ana's step-by-step instructions here.
Turn regular plastic storage bins into laundry room storage units and portable clothes baskets. When clothes are clean, folded and in their proper bin, simply slide out the container and unload fresh laundry in its designated room. Learn to make this laundry storage unit here.
Build Your Own Farmhouse Table
Bring back the simplicity and rustic appeal of an old farmhouse with these easy-to-build plans. Made of solid pine, this farmhouse table will bring character and depth to any dining room. Get the farmhouse table step-by-step plans now.