This video tutorial will walk you through the process of building an "invisible" bookshelf. Just take one book, add some glue, and a bracket or two, and you're well on your way to making a cool wall decoration. Make your living room look stylish and elegant with this cool accessory! It's easier than you think!
Check out this video to learn an awesome building technique for Minecraft. Follow along with this demonstration and you'll be able to add a bookshelf to your Minecraft world that closes its sliding door automatically. Enjoy this stylish addition to Minecraft.
Build a DIY display case with from a bookshelf and old pictures.
Add a little extra life to old books you'll probably never read again by transforming them into a sneaky secret book safe, an e-book reader case, a picture frame, or even a book planter for your indoor succulents.
Sometimes, you just can't find the right piece of furniture. Your walls may be too small or too long. A window may be too low or too high. Also, a simple trip to a furniture store may be enough to make your money belt tighten. Finding the right piece of furniture can be exasperating and financially depressing. However, there is another option. What if you could make the perfect piece of furniture for your home? Now, it sounds terrifying, but with some simple instruction, you might be surprise...
Anything that contains the words, "knock" and "down" would sound like something that is unsafe and shouldn't be used. But in this case, knock-down refers to something that is easy to put together, but looks like it took days to complete. So check this tutorial out on how to make a knock-down bookshelf with a mortise and tenon joinery. Good luck and enjoy! Create a knock-down bookshelf with mortise and tenon.
This is a trick that is fashionable and interesting! Your wall will look like the books are just floating. Find out how to make a magic floating bookshelf. Make a floating bookshelf.
Shelfari is a cool free widget that allows users to install a virtual bookshelf with custom picks on most blogs and social networks (Blogger, Typepad, Wordpress.com and more). Appears to be owned by Amazon; check it out.
Apartment Therapy posts this neat, space-saving idea for bookshelf rafters. No explicit HowTo, but pretty self-evident.
A big part of the fun in Minecraft is figuring out all of the different things that you can craft and how to craft them. Sometimes you just want to make the damn thing though, and to that end this video will show you how to make many of the game's better and more complex to craft blocks. You'll learn how to craft the following blocks:
Dynamic components, such as a staircase that knows it's a staircase, can add a bit of intelligence to your Google SketchUp 7 project. Add pickets to a fence or shelves to a bookshelf when using SketchUp by making use of the 'interact' tool.
With the CDs and DVDs you want to do less purging and more organizing. A good way to unclutter your DVDs is to dedicate a bookshelf to your collection. Put the adult movies on top and alphabetize them so that they are up away from the kids reach. Put the movies for the family and kids down lower so that they can get to their movies and watch them. For the CDs a binder will hold a lot of them and allow you to get rid of all the hard plastic cases. You can put hundreds in just one binder. A gre...
Wall units not only look good, they're also an easy way to organize a room. Watch a step-by-step video on how to assemble a bookshelf.
Is your neighbor creating a ton of racket? Suffering in anything but silence? It can be hard to approach a noisy neighbor without starting a big riff. Follow these steps to get the quiet you deserve.
Tim Carter demonstrates one technique to secure any book shelf or book case. Great video to learn how to safely secure a bookshelf.
Not enough storage space? No problem! In this tutorial, learn how to recycle an old cereal box into a very cool magazine holder. This video will take you step by step and soon you will be on your way to being both more organized and more eco-friendly!
This rustic floating shelf project is one of the easiest pallet jobs that l have ever done. Floating shelves look great as there aren't any shelving brackets visible, which makes the whole look very streamlined. My floating bookshelf also has the added feature of movable bookends with a handmade wooden nut!
Just because you're not Batman doesn't mean you can't use a hidden room that's camouflaged as a bookshelf. Maybe you have a collection that's worth a lot of money, or a super-secret lab—or, like YouTube user korostelevm, maybe you just want a good hiding place for your guns.
Contrary to popular belief, IKEA can get pretty expensive. You find something that comes pretty cheap, but then, you decide that your GORF will look good with the BLERGH, and you really need the SPLOOF to tie it all together. Pretty soon, your living room looks like an IKEA magazine ad, and your bank account has seen better days. Instead of spending so much money at IKEA, why not build your own pieces of furniture?
The game wizards at Insomniac take pride in diving deep when it comes to world-building, and the same is true for the studio's latest title for Magic Leap One called Seedling.
After spending a good portion of 2017 teasing us with images and bits of news, Lenovo, in a partnership with Disney and Lucasfilm, has finally released its Mirage AR headset along with the Star Wars: Jedi Challenge game collection.
I recently wrote about fast food fakeouts you can make at home, but people cannot live off fast food alone. Sometimes you need to step up your game a little and enjoy the fare at a popular chain restaurant with a bit more variety to its menu.
It feels strange to be walking through an open field in a small village in the English countryside. There's no one else around — just the four of us: me, my husband, my 12-year-old son, and my adult niece. The day is spectacular, particularly for England. The sun is shining, and the temperature is in the low '70s.
For the uninitiated, it can be difficult to buy that special hacker in your life a perfect holiday gift. That's why we've taken out the guesswork and curated a list of the top 20 most popular items our readers are buying. Whether you're buying a gift for a friend or have been dying to share this list with someone shopping for you, we've got you covered with our 2018 selection of hacker holiday gifts.
Have paperback books on your bookshelf in your home and office that looks anything but attractive? Used books that have had better days? Have a romance novel you don't want anyone to know you love? This how to video gives the solution to organizing your books in a very attractive and clever way.
Kindle users love reading. But let's face it—nothing compares to the feel of a book in your hands.
Google's much anticipated eBook Store has finally opened. As of today, the digital bookselling enterprise is awaiting your needs, with over 3 million eBooks to read directly on the web or on other platforms, like Android, iPhone, iPad, Sony and Nook devices.
Watch this video from This Old House to learn how to choose a carbon monoxide detector. Steps:
For most bibliophiles, a bookshelf-lined house as beautiful as the Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio's Shelf Pod house is a dream come true. The interior of the space consists of an endless grid of interlocking laminated pine-boards, which slot together to form latticed shelving units:
If you love the digital convenience of ebooks but miss the analog tangibility of physical books, then this DIY cover is for you. It will work with pretty much any Kindle, Nook, tablet, or e-reader, and only requires a hardcover book, an elastic band, and some simple craft supplies.
I made this taser using a disposable camera and duct tape! In the photograph, the taser is shocking a steel bookshelf.
Are you tired of having to use two different enchanting tables when you want both low and high enchants? Are you sick and tired of hearing your faction/guild/clan members say that they need lower enchants because they don't have enough experience levels for high-end enchants?
Need to stash a couple small valuables and your super secret Moleskin journal in a place where no one will ever find them? Get yourself some glue, a few cutting tools and a fairly thick book, and you'll have all of the utensils you need to make yourself a nifty book safe that can be discreetly tucked away in your bookshelf when you're finished making it.
Mad Science is looking for more hackers, makers, and DIYers to participate in our community madness. If you've recently designed or made a project, we want to see it! Share with the other Mad Scientists out there by posting up a how-to of your pet project on our community corkboard, or even just a few cool, inspiring photos of the build.
Before last Sunday I hadn't been to a proper game store since I was in middle school. Over ten years ago. If you decide to stop reading right now because I obviously don't care enough about MTG to be writing this thing, I don't blame you. But I tell you, friends, as someone who has denied the utter awesomeness of their hobby for too long, that going to Emerald Knights in Burbank made me feel at home. I want to tell you about it and explain why I will be back many times in the future.