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It’s never too late to add a splash of color—and organization—into your entryway or mudroom. This DIY shoe rack from blogger Crafting in the Rain could be just the weekend project idea you’ve been looking for.

It’s never too late to add a splash of color—and organization—into your entryway or mudroom. This DIY shoe rack from blogger Crafting in the Rain could be just the weekend project idea you’ve been looking for.

Omoto Bench by Another Small Studio at Salone Satellite 2013 | Yellowtrace.

Omoto Bench by Another Small Studio at Salone Satellite 2013 | Yellowtrace.

TS1 is a modular shelving system put together relying on threaded wooden rods. The shelves in between are held firmly using the mechanism of a bolted joint.

TS1 is a modular shelving system put together relying on threaded wooden rods. The shelves in between are held firmly using the mechanism of a bolted joint.

Low OSB & white plexi table by MixWood on Etsy

Low OSB & white plexi table by MixWood on Etsy

The Homestead Survival | Build This Freestanding Closet For Around 200 dollars | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

The Homestead Survival | Build This Freestanding Closet For Around 200 dollars | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

Stackable side tables - such a great idea! | furniture design

Stackable side tables - such a great idea! | furniture design

How To Wood

How To Wood

Pinch, the poetry of the wood at Clerkenwell Design Week 2013 #books #wood

Pinch, the poetry of the wood at Clerkenwell Design Week 2013 #books #wood

Woodworking Plans and Tools — via /r/woodworking

Woodworking Plans and Tools — via /r/woodworking

Keep your fireplace stocked with this firewood storage rack. The lower area holds your fire logs securely, while the upper area is a great place for keeping kindling. You can build one in just a couple of hours using four boards, a miter saw (or circular saw), a jigsaw, a drill, and a Kreg Jig.

Keep your fireplace stocked with this firewood storage rack. The lower area holds your fire logs securely, while the upper area is a great place for keeping kindling. You can build one in just a couple of hours using four boards, a miter saw (or circular saw), a jigsaw, a drill, and a Kreg Jig.