Industrial Tiered Tabletop Succulent Garden

Originally inspired by Skip to my Lou’s cupcake stand, I took the project in a different direction to make a tabletop succulent garden. Succulents are probably the easiest plant to keep alive.  So for those of you who have a black thumb this project is for you.  Succulents are pretty hard to kill.  I love the greenery paired with the industrial metal tubes and end caps used in this project.  All these items can be found at Lowes.

tabletop terranium succulent garden

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Guest Bathroom Reveal

My guest room bathroom has been done for months and I realized I haven’t given you the final shots of how the space turned out.  If you follow IC closely you may remember I started out with an oversized 11’ x 11’ guest bathroom.  I gutted the entire space and made two rooms: a smaller {…Read More…}





Wood Projects Made Entirely From 2×4’s

A couple of weeks ago I shared the end table cart I made entirely from 2×4’s for my family room. I needed the extra depth to store all my media components and a couple of blankets that had no home. It only cost $20 in wood to build plus $15 for the casters and hardware. {…Read More…}





End Table Cart for $20 in Wood!

In my family room I had a cute little two toned end table I refabbed off of Craigslist.  It was fine but I really wanted something deeper since that is where we store all of the television equipment on.  Plus I had a few blankets with no home and having more depth would be helpful.  {…Read More…}