how to make an all-purpose work bench tutorial from One Project Closer via The Art of Manliness

How to Make a Work Bench

how to make an all-purpose work bench tutorial from One Project Closer via The Art of Manliness

modify to put outlets in armchairs, cover in cloth so they are softer. storage underneath

modify to put outlets in armchairs, cover in cloth so they are softer.

Planning Electrical Outlets and Switches - great info to know if you are planning a bathroom or kitchen remodel.

Integrated power outlets in kitchen island on both ends of short sides (but would show from front door, so use a drop down like in the next pin?) and add outlet under cabinet near chairs for laptop use at island. I love the matching plate too.

Kitchen Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodels and Decor

Kitchen Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodels and Decor. Best kitchen idea EVER. There are never enough outlets in one counter area.

If your second home is your shop, make your time in it even more enjoyable with these handy shop tips

If your second home is your shop, make your time in it even more enjoyable with these handy shop tips. More general organization ideas.

Modern DIY outdoor bench - 15 Practical DIY Woodworking Ideas for Your Home

Williams Sonoma Inspired DIY Outdoor Bench

DIY with some Husband help! Modern DIY outdoor bench - 15 Practical DIY Woodworking Ideas for Your Home I like this bench. Simple to make, fairly clear instructions and a good cut list.

New way to put the required electrical in the kitchen island with out it being visible all the time.

Our Favorite Small Kitchens that Live Large

Our Favorite Small Kitchens that Live Large Outfitting the kitchen island with hidden outlets means appliances can be plugged in at any time without affecting the room's vintage vibe.

Ok, super creative, but what about spills?

15 Must Buy Products for your Home

Pop Up outlets. Great idea for a kitchen to maximize counter space and be less limited in where to use small appliances. Pop Up outlets. Great idea for a kitchen…

Most electrical codes require just one outlet in the garage. And that's just what most builders give you—one measly outlet for all your tools and toys. If you have open studs, you can easily run wire and add outlets as long as you follow a few basic rules (find articles about garage wiring here). If your walls are covered, you don't have to cut into them to run wires. Instead, you can mount metal or plastic wiring channels and outlet boxes right on the wall.

11 Easy Garage Space-Saving Ideas

Most electrical codes require just one outlet in the garage. And that's just what most builders give you—one measly outlet for all your tools and toys. If you have open studs, you can easily run wire (Diy Storage Garage)

We definitely need more than one outlet in the garage. Especially with all the power tools that are constantly charging. Ryan will thank me for this project I'm giving him!

11 Easy Garage Space-Saving Ideas

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