How to Make Your Own ‘Boom Boom Room’
BEDROOMS ARE BACK!
Here are 10 essential DIY kitchen furniture pieces you can buy right now.
HARDWOOD FLOOR CLEANER – For a soft, clean, cushy look, this is a must-have in any kitchen.
You’ll find it at Home Depot, Lowe’s, Target, and Walmart.
If you’re looking for a less expensive option, there are some great options online.
HEAT EXCHANGER – Heat exchangers have been around for years, but they’re really easy to use and cost about $15.
You can use the old fashioned way: just heat the water, then fill the heat exchanger with hot water and put it in the fridge.
You then let the heat out and rinse it off.
The idea is that the heat will dissipate from the water and keep the water warm.
The process can take anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour, depending on the size of the heaters.
COOKING BOARD – This is one of those items that people think of as “the kitchen’s best friend.”
But you can make your own kitchen table out of just about anything.
There are lots of great tutorials and articles out there on how to build your own table.
There’s even an inexpensive, easy-to-make one you can get at Home Goods.
But don’t forget to check out the free online cooking board guide and tutorials to make it yourself.
STAINLESS STEEL PIPE – You could spend a lot of money on kitchen appliances, but for a simple, quick and easy way to clean up old grease stains, this can be the answer.
You simply use a stainless steel pipe and add some dish soap to the mix.
You don’t need to have a professional to do this.
RING SAW – This can be your next favorite kitchen appliance.
You just need to cut out a ring and add a couple of pieces of string to make a nice ring that you can hang around your neck.
This ring can also be used as a handle, if you want to hang the dish soap and soap dish on your kitchen wall.
MELTING MIX – This will be a staple for any kitchen and it’ll do the job well.
Simply pour water into a microwave and add your favorite condiments.
Microwave for a few seconds and let it melt.
It’ll last for a long time.
COFFEE CUP – If you’ve ever made coffee, you know how to make the perfect cup.
Just heat up a coffee pot and pour your coffee into it.
After a few minutes, pour the liquid out of the pot and turn on your coffee maker.
It will heat up the coffee and make the coffee cup.
MULTIPLE PANELS – The perfect gift for any cook, you can use this to create multiple plates or plates and hang them from the wall.
This is an easy DIY project.
MASSIVE POT PIPES – If your kitchen needs more than one pot, this could be your perfect solution.
Just stack three of these pot pipes on top of each other.
It should be about 5 feet long and have a hole in the middle.
When you open up the pot, pour some of the liquid onto the top of the pipes.
When the liquid drips down, the liquid will drip off the bottom and onto the other two pipes.
DOGGIE BOX – The biggest drawback to a doggie box is the expense.
But there’s nothing like putting your dog’s favorite treats and treatsies in the box.
This simple project can cost anywhere from $5 to $25.
BOWL – If the cost of your kitchen equipment is just too high, you may want to consider this DIY project to build a bowler hat.
Simply stack two of these bowler hats on top one another, then add a small bowl to the top.
Place the bowl on the counter and use a paper towel to hold the bowl.
Then, place the bowl over the countertop.
The bowl should have the bow tie at the end.
COSTUME FOR KITCHEN – You may not be ready to throw out your old kitchen decor yet, but you can always find some great, inexpensive outfits for your kitchen.
If your favorite designer is working in your kitchen, you might want to pick out a hat, gloves, or mask for your table.
BOTTLE OF SPREADING MOSS – You might not be as excited about the idea of pouring the spread from a spout into your bowl of coffee, but it could be worth it if you have a really hard time making it happen.
Simply add a few drops of the mixture to your coffee and let the spout sit for about 15 minutes.
The mixture will absorb the hot water.
HAND RAISED HOOK – You don