Bookshelves can be very expensive, but all you really need are some pvc pipes, pine wood boards and a few power tools you may already own and an afternoon! Get this industrial chic look in any corner of your house with this step-by-step how-to: http://www.ehow.com/how_5005351_make-pvc-book-shelves.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
20 PVC Pipe DIY Projects For Kids Fun [Instructions]
Use PVC pipe to make a sand and water table for kids! My 2, 4, and 6 year olds have been loving this sensory play table. I am loving the fact that you can change out the tubs and do either water or sand (or something else!) but not have both out at the same...Read More »
DIY floating canopy pool shade: 2' long 4" PVC pipe capped on the bottom and with a connector on the top just to eliminate the rough edges...slip canopy legs in and open it up while in the pool. Tie canopy strings to pool edge to keep it from floating around. We also tied pool noodles in a knot around the top of the pipe, just under the edge of the connector. Viola! Pool shade! More
Used about 12 2" pvc pipes. Tried 1 1/2 inch, but bowed way too much. Upright 2" pvc pipe slides over 3 ft long 1 1/2 " pvc pipe imbedded in cement in each 3 gal bucket. Made mistake of not filling buckets completely full of cement,so we had to drill holes in bucket sides for water to drain out.