Making A Custom Countertop, Phase II

This is the second post on the countertop that I’m creating for my townhome. See the photos below for its progress. Gaps and cracks were filled with an epoxy resin. I used some masking tape to contain the resin. After the resin hardened I used a orbital sander...

Making A Custom Countertop, Phase I

As you may recall I harvested logs that I turned into planking that was used for the floors in my townhouse. In addition, I had a large Tamarack log that was flat sawn into 2 1/4 inch slabs. I intended to use this wood for a kitchen countertop. See the photos below...

The Schluter Shower Base

When you think of a shower base you probably visualize those fiberglass ones that you can buy at big box stores. They work, but they also look pretty generic. If you want to have a custom and classy look in your bathroom you are going to have to pay an expert to pour...

Dry Wall Quick Tip

There are times when you need to remove drywall to fix the infrastructure beneath it. I had to do some plumbing work that was behind drywall. Normally, I would use a saw and cut an opening. However, the opening would be uneven and rough. A drywall circular cutter...

A New Custom Railing

I needed to install a railing on the loft that I created in the townhouse that I’m remodeling. It is possible to buy commercially fabricated railings, but they tend to be of a generic styles that are popular at that moment in time. I’m styling this...