Архив автора: Katie Holdefehr

13 Things You Probably Haven’t Considered Spray-Painting (But Should)

When you want to change the color of a wooden chair, you automatically reach for a can of spray paint. But when you have some monstera leaves, a KitchenAid mixer or a fridge in need of a makeover? Spray paint isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. After searching the web and our archives for unexpected subjects for spray-paint spruce-ups, we’ve determined that this humble supply can accomplish much more than we ever thought it capable of. (далее…)

3 Best Bedroom Makeovers from the One Room Challenge

We’ve talked about the One Room Challenge before, a biannual event hosted by Calling It Home that tasks home design bloggers with transforming one room over the course of six weeks. Last time, we featured some of our favorite bathroom makeovers, but this time around, it’s all about the bedrooms. Gorgeous floral wallpaper, modern updates and DIY nightstands earn these spaces the title One Room Champions. (далее…)

8 Houseplants that Can Survive Urban Apartments, Low Light and Under-Watering

Ever since a friend recommended that I start following The Sill, a Brooklyn-based plant company, on Instagram, I’ve been hooked. Besides knowing how to curate some seriously good-looking plant porn, they also seem to know a thing or two about caring for monstera, and oxalis, and pothos—and their weekly workshops prove it. So when I wanted to find out the ultimate apartment plants, I turned to The Sill to round up a list of favorites. (далее…)

Find Free Art: 7 Secret Sources for Photos, Illustrations and Patterns

After you shell out cash for furniture, rugs, sconces and duvet covers, the thought of paying even more for artwork is overwhelming. We hear you! But if you aren’t artistic enough to draw or paint your own art, adorn those empty walls with free photos, illustrations and patterns that are up for grab online. Here are seven of our favorite, less-than-well-known sources to score free images. (далее…)

DIY Ideas for Impeccably Organized Drawers

There’s a reason we call it a «junk drawer»—there’s something almost too easy about opening a drawer and throwing in all the tidbits we don’t have a designated home for. It’s no surprise then that drawers often turn into chaos collectors unless they’re continually sorted through. Who has time for that? To save you work down the line, we’ve assembled some of our favorite DIY drawer divider ideas that will wrangle ever last fork, rolling pin and rubber band you toss inside. (далее…)

10 DIY Projects You Can Pull Off With Sample Cans of Paint

A typical sample can of wall paint—the kind you buy to test out colors before committing—is 8 ounces, can cover up to 16 square feet, and costs just a few bucks. Small but mighty, these little sample jars hold big possibility. If you have cans left over from your last project, or if you don’t mind spending a few extra bucks on your next trip to Home Depot, you can tackle one of these small-space, big-impact projects. (далее…)

Stitch, Please! 9 Embroiderers Serving Up Instagram Eye Candy

Crafting trends ebb and flow just like decor trends come and go, and at the moment, embroidery is enjoying its time in the spotlight—and showing up on everything from jean jackets to tennis rackets. Whether you choose to pick up a needle and thread, or prefer to admire these beauties from afar, we’ve pulled together a sampler of Instagram accounts offering endless stitch-spiration. (далее…)

7 Natural Ways to Make Your Home Smell Like Springtime

If you want to make your home smell better—okay, not just better, but like you’re walking through a field of chamomile flowers in northern Italy—chemical-filled sprays aren’t going to take you there. To get that natural spring breeze scent, you’re probably going to want to mix up the potion yourself. Whether you’re looking for something flowery, fruity or lemony-fresh, these DIY recipes hit all the right notes. (далее…)

Frugal Framing Ideas: Easy Ways to Revamp Thrift Store Finds

Framing art is notoriously expensive, no matter if you’re ordering a custom frame online or picking up a standard-size one from your local store. But if you have a little imagination (and some gold leaf lying around), revamping vintage frames is an affordable way to give your art a good home. Pull out the spray paint and unroll the wrapping paper, these vintage frame refreshes will inspire you to build yet another gallery wall. (далее…)

Under $300: 13 Cute, Chic (& Cheap!) Coffee Tables — Annual Guide 2017

When you’re working with a tight budget, deciding against a coffee table seems like an easy way to save a grand. And yet, no living room feels complete without one (I mean, does anyone really want to set their mug down on the floor?). After searching some of our favorite sources, we found that this finishing touch can be surprisingly affordable—and the 13 options that follow will anchor the room for less than $300. (далее…)

Renter-Approved: Smart Ideas for Using Adhesive Hooks & Strips Everywhere

Renters in search of drill-free methods to hang their wall decor are undoubtably familiar with the removable adhesive hook. But these unassuming strips can do more than suspend posters—they are organizing and design superheroes capable of tidying up everything from kitchen tools to necklace collections…and can even get your curtain rods up. Behold: Eleven dilemmas you probably didn’t know an adhesive hook could solve. (далее…)

10 IKEA Storage Hacks for When You Need an Extra Closet

When space is tight and money’s even tighter, IKEA is our happy place. Browsing the $30 wheeled carts and the $10 towel racks (both spotted above), it suddenly seems possible that we can actually afford a stylish, organized home. Even the fact that we have a teeny-tiny closet (or no closet at all…eep!) seems easily fixable. And it is—just follow the lead of the inspiring, IKEA-filled rooms ahead. (далее…)

Raise the Bar: 10 Ways Towel Rails Can Organize Every Room in the House

Towel racks are capable of a lot more than just holding linens—it’s time to let these multi-tasking organizers out of the bathroom so they can help you declutter every room in the house. From storing shoes in the entryway to corralling pens in the office, the towel bar proves its tidying potential. (далее…)

How to Make Kokedama: Hanging Gardens Perfect for Small Spaces — APARTMENT THERAPY TUTORIALS

If you’ve never seen a kokedama—a Japanese moss ball—let me introduce you to the ultimate small-space garden. Floating in midair, these plants don’t take up surface space, or even wall space. Plus, you don’t have to shell out money for a pretty container, as each plant is contained in its own moss-covered pod and is suspended from the ceiling using inexpensive twine. If you’re as convinced as we are that this is the gardening solution our tiny homes have been waiting for, follow these steps to make your own. (далее…)

Target Hacks: How To Give Basic Pieces a DIY Design Upgrade

IKEA’s not the only inexpensive home store with easily hackable offerings—Target also carries lots of reasonably priced finds that you can make your own with some basic supplies and a little imagination. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite Target DIYs in the past, but this time around, we’re concentrating on stylish living room ideas. These side tables, planters and rugs will give you the living room looks you thought you couldn’t afford. (далее…)

9 Ways Paint Can Modernize an Outdated Bathroom

At the mercy of tile trends and ever-changing hardware styles, bathrooms that aren’t updated often (who can afford a yearly renovation?) can look outdated very quickly. One of the most affordable ways to help this room race against the clock without outpacing your budget is to let inexpensive paint lead the way. Some color on a vintage tub or a swipe of paint on an old vanity will give an older bathroom its sparkle back. (далее…)

Smart Ways to Give Glass Candle Holders a Second Life

After spending $60 (or more…gasp!) on a single candle, it makes sense to enjoy that luxury purchase as long as you can. Even after the candle has been burned, the pretty glass container it came in can still be used to beautify—and maybe even organize—your home. Careful, these brilliant ways to reuse a candle jar may reignite your diptyque obsession. (далее…)

Shaker Style: A Key to Timeless Home Design

You may know the Shakers—a Christian sect founded in England in the 1700s that later settled in colonial America—for their timeless, minimalist cabinets, but it turns out their simple style is full of trend-proof decorating ideas. To help us settle on some design choices that won’t look dated in a few years, we’re following the guiding principles of Shaker style, right down to the brass tacks. (далее…)

Shaker Style: A Key to Timeless Home Design

You may know the Shakers—a Christian sect founded in England in the 1700s that later settled in colonial America—for their timeless, minimalist cabinets, but it turns out their simple style is full of trend-proof decorating ideas. To help us settle on some design choices that won’t look dated in a few years, we’re following the guiding principles of Shaker style, right down to the brass tacks. (далее…)

What is Sugru, Exactly? A Magical, Moldable Glue for Repairs and Projects

The first time I saw Sugru, I was admittedly skeptical. A coworker was smearing it on a torn phone charger cord, and it seemed like the kind of mushy Play-Doh you didn’t necessarily want to slather all over your nice, clean electronics. But a couple days later, my work pal showed me the repaired charger—the rubber had hardened, but could still be bent, and the charger itself worked like a charm. Now I’m a Sugru convert. Over the past few years, the Sugru team and bloggers have come up with even more smart ideas for mending and making with this moldable, air-dry rubber, including the ten favorites that follow. (далее…)

3 Things You Think Can’t Be Fixed in Your Rental Kitchen (But They Can!)

Every time I check out a rental apartment, I take a deep breath before stepping into the kitchen. You never know what you’re going to find, but old cabinets, outdated appliances and dingy backsplashes are likely awaiting. Even if this isn’t your «forever home,» you don’t have to live with these eyesores. Here are some smart (read: completely temporary) ways to deal with the top three rental kitchen problem spots. (далее…)

Venus Flytrap Bait: The World’s Cutest Butterfly Dog Costume

Now, this is what we call a couple’s costume. You get a cute-yet-creepy Venus Flytrap Fascinator, your pooch gets a sweet set of monarch wings to go along with it. Crafted from lightweight felt that’s looped right onto your pet’s harness, this is a costume your dog won’t mind prancing around in. (далее…)

The One Thing I Never Thought to DIY (And Now Can’t Wait to Try)

Lately, I’ve been seeing a handmade shoemaking trend start to emerge, with classes popping up around town and images of handcrafted sandals suddenly showing up on Instagram. Whether you’re interested in crafting your own sandals, or just want to buy a handmade pair, this micro-trend will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about that collection piling up in your closet. (далее…)

Houseplant Help: How to Save a Plant Whose Leaves are Turning Yellow

If you’ve ever been a concerned plant owner, then you probably know that yellowing leaves are one of the first signs that your plant is distressed. But with possible root causes ranging from underwatering, to overwatering, to a pest problem, it can be hard to get to the bottom of your plant’s ailment. The next time you need to diagnose a sick houseplant, consider this your step-by-step guide. (далее…)

5 Dutch Design Trends We Want in the USA, ASAP

In an energetic student town one and a half hours outside Amsterdam, where old factories have been converted into artists’ studios, galleries, shops, restaurants and lofts, a fresh generation of designers is envisioning the future of Dutch design. With graduates from both the Design Academy and the University of Technology creating a synergy between design and tech, the focus is forward-thinking, with an eye for reinvention. Let’s take a peek inside the town’s artistic hub Strijp-S to do a little trend-spotting, shall we? (далее…)

10 Modern Secretary Desks for Small Spaces — Annual Guide 2017

Many of us don’t have the luxury of a separate office, and our «private study» also happens to be our living room, bedroom or hallway. For a work area that knows how to multitask, there’s no candidate better suited for the position than a secretary desk. Flip open the top when you’re ready to get down to business, then fold it away in time for happy hour. (далее…)

The Coffee Cart is the New Bar Cart: DIY Coffee Carts and Stations

We always say that your home should reflect your interests and hobbies—so if you happen to be a caffeine-loving espresso guzzler, it only makes sense to devote some space to your favorite pastime. Each one of these DIY refueling stations is guaranteed to perk up your home’s style and save you from that afternoon slump. (далее…)

The Renter’s List: What You Should & Shouldn’t Be Spending Big Bucks On — Trend-Proof Decorating

The semi-nomadic life of a renter can make it hard to make a commitment—to furniture, to art, to a real set of knives. And yet, there are some items worth investing in, even if you don’t know where you’ll be living a couple years from now. These are things you’ll want to take with you, even if it means buying some bubble wrap and renting a U-Haul on moving day. In addition to these splurge-worthy items, we’ve also ID’d some low-risk spots to have some fun and test out funkier trends. (далее…)

Join the Movement: How «Slow Design» Can Give You the Home You Really Want

In a world where buying a new sofa can be accomplished by a couple clicks, some in the design world are resisting this fast-paced, instant gratification direction in favor of a slower way. An offshoot of the Slow Movement — which began in Italy in 1986 as the Slow Food Movement (a natural reaction against a McDonald’s opening up) and has gained serious traction as of late — Slow Design focuses on process, origin and materials, while valuing the environment and the individual. If the Slow Design movement is of interest to you, read on to discover five principles to help guide your way. (далее…)

Make It Your Style: Kitchen Island Alternatives Using Repurposed Pieces

The kitchen island is often the central hub of a home, so why not make one that reflects your home’s core style? Start with an unexpected base—vintage dressers, drafting cabinets and bookshelves are all fair game—then top it with a counter and elevate it on a set of casters. The heart of your home is about to become your favorite conversation piece. (далее…)

Wall (& Deposit!) Friendly Rental Bedroom Storage Solutions

Finding storage solutions is difficult in most homes, but in a rental apartment that has insufficient (or completely non-existent) closet space and where you’re not allowed to drill into the walls, finding spots to stash all your stuff is even more challenging. By crafting your own storage boards and bins that lean against the wall or roll under the bed, you can store more in your rental space—and also take it all with you when you move out. (далее…)

The Secret to Kitchens & Bathrooms That Will Never Go Out of Style

As Nancy pointed out recently, there are some kitchen design choices that never go out of style — retro SMEG fridges and farmhouse sinks fall firmly in this category. If they’ve been considered stylish and practically for decades, chances are they’ll still be popular a couple decades from now. By mixing time-tested classics and influences from multiple eras with the hip trend du jour in the the kitchen and bathroom — rooms that are most likely to look outdated quickly — you can create a space you’ll love now…and in 10 years. (далее…)

5 Small-Space Solutions from a Fabulous Swedish Prefab

When I first took a virtual tour of the charming prefab homes from the Swedish company LEVA Husfabrik, almost every room had an element that made me think, «Hey, I could make that!» Not only did the ideas seem doable, but also beautiful, minimal and supremely functional for small spaces. When you’re debating your next DIY project, scroll through these homes for inspiration, or choose one of the five projects on my wish list. (далее…)

Our Favorite Bathroom Makeovers from the One Room Challenge

If you’re not already familiar with the One Room Challenge, prepare to spend the next few hours scrolling before-and-afters. Here’s how the challenge works: The blog Calling It Home invites 20 design bloggers (with dozens of others joining in just for fun) to participate in a challenge to transform one room over the course of six weeks. Updates are provided every Wednesday so that the design-lovers of the internet can watch the progress in action. (далее…)

Who Says Every Living Room Needs a Coffee Table? Clever Substitutes in Small Living Rooms

In truly tiny apartments, it’s not uncommon for renters to forego the traditional coffee table simply to squeeze in a little more seating. An extra chair or two means more room for friends, but once everyone’s there, where do you set down your drinks or serve the popcorn in a coffee-table-less room? To solve your insufficient surface area woes, DIY one of these ledges, c-tables or shelves that tuck into areas you didn’t even know your living room had. (далее…)

IKEA Hacks to Rescue Cluttered Entryways

No matter if you have a non-existent entryway or a spacious foyer, this is one of those spots where clutter seems to pile up without anyone even noticing. Lucky for us, we can always count on IKEA as an endless source of inspiration for team clutter control. Add one of these hacks or upgrades to your entryway and you’ll gain some extra storage space that also makes a great first impression. (далее…)

How «Slow Shopping» Could Save the Brick & Mortar Store (and Destroy Your Budget)

On a recent trip to the Netherlands, I couldn’t help but notice that at each adorable home store I stopped into, I was greeted by an equally adorable espresso bar. Being the shameless caffeine-fiend that I am, I happily ordered a coffee at every single one before beginning my stroll around the store. With a warm drink in hand, shopping felt leisurely—I was no longer on a mission, I was lingering. Back home, fully recovered from jet lag, I realized that what I had experienced was «slow shopping,» and it’s an experience American retailers are trying to emulate. Here’s why… (далее…)

Don’t Waste Another Dime: The Secret to Saving Money on New Appliances

Shopping for a new appliance can easily feel like an overwhelming whirlwind of features and rebate offers and extended warranties, bringing up crucial questions like, «Do I really need a wifi-connected fridge?» and «Why do I get a free knife set when I buy this dishwasher?» To help you navigate all of the deals and dodge the hidden fees, here are seven simple tips for saving money on appliances. (далее…)

Good Scents: 50+ Things You Can Make Using Essential Oils

While essential oils have been used for aromatherapy for hundreds of years, these all-natural scents are seeing a spike in popularity as more people are learning about their de-stressing and energizing abilities. Derived from plants or flowers, most often through steam distillation, essential oils can be used to make scented candles, oil diffusers, even pest repellants. To show you all the possibilities a little bottle of essential oil holds, we rounded up some of our favorite things to make with essential oils—along with our guides to picking the right scent. (далее…)

Today is International Tatting Day (And It’s Not What You Think)

Maybe it’s just because I’m a Brooklynite who didn’t grow up during the Victorian era, but when I heard that April 1st is International Tatting Day (don’t laugh), I assumed it was a day to finally get that tattoo you’ve been talking about. As it turns out, the holiday has nothing to do with getting inked, but is actually a day to celebrate lace tatting. That’s right, the art of creating the elegant lace found on dress collars and old-school doilies. How do you celebrate International Tatting Day, you ask? Why, by tatting lace and eat chocolate, of course. This sounds like a holiday I could easily get behind, so let’s take a look at this mesmerizing craft. (далее…)

Next Wave Natural: The New Way to Do Wooden Kitchen Cabinets

We predicted that natural materials and warmer finishes would rule the kitchen in 2017 (here are our other guesses). One way we’re seeing this natural-material trend play out, thanks in part to the popularity of minimalism, is with unpainted, unfinished wooden cabinets. The casual look combines the sleek style we expect in contemporary kitchens with the natural warmth of wood—just another reason we’re adding «kitchen renovation» to our home wish lists. (далее…)

Small Space Storage: 10 Wonderful Wall-Mounted Cabinets — Annual Guide

One space-saving secret we see utilized in small homes again and again is to elevate your furniture. This levitation act not only tricks the eye by freeing up visual space and making the room feel less cramped, but it also leaves floor space open for even more storage. Try a nightstand that magical floats beside your bed, or introduce a hovering cabinet to your entryway. Suddenly, adding more storage space to a room that didn’t have an inch to spare is as easy as pulling a rabbit out of a hat. (далее…)

Art in an Instant: 12 Quick Ideas Using Floating Glass Frames

Forget about matting, cutting wood and finding acid-free painter’s tape — the floating glass frame is here to make framing art remarkably easy. If using a store-bought frame, just sandwich the art or found object between the pieces of glass—and voilà, you have a wall-worthy piece. DIY-ing your own is hardly more complicated: two sheets of glass and a roll of black tape is all you’ll need. Clearly, making this frame is simple, but what you display can be as minimal or elaborate as you like. Here are some top contenders. (далее…)

Small Space Ideas from an Iconic 1920s Dutch Design Home

At the edge of the charming Dutch town of Utrecht, nestled between traditional 20th-century homes and a highway overpass, lies a house that’s all planes, lines and pops of primary color. Built in the 1920s by architect Rietveld Schröder in collaboration with his partner (in both love and design) Truus Schröder-Schräder, the building does for architecture what Mondrian did for art: It pares it down to form and color. I recently took a tour of the famous home, and was surprised to find tons of practical small-space solutions hiding inside. Take a peek—then borrow one of these ideas in your own apartment. (далее…)

The Art-Inspired Trick for Picking a Flawless Color Palette

In celebration of the 100th year of De Stijl—the Dutch artistic movement that means «The Style»—the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague has the world’s largest collection of artist Piet Mondrian’s works on display (more than 300 pieces!). I was recently lucky enough to see the exhibition, and while admiring a gray-and-ochre painting by an artist famous for primary colors, I found my decor-loving brain thinking, «This would make a perfect palette for a room!» And then I decided, why not leave the tough task of choosing color combos to the experts? The next time you need to pick out some paint, stop by the art museum first to find inspiration in an artist-approved palette. (далее…)

Yoko Ono, Maya Angelou, Simone de Beauvoir & More: At Home With Fearless Women Who Will Forever Inspire Us

In celebration of the brave women whose words and art inspire us every day, we’re taking a peek at the offices, couches and cozy nooks where they penned their treatises, typed out their novels or relaxed with a good read. This is what a feminist (home) looks like. (далее…)

Yoko Ono, Maya Angelou, Simone de Beauvoir & More: At Home With Fearless Women Who Will Forever Inspire Us

In celebration of the brave women whose words and art inspire us every day, we’re taking a peek at the offices, couches and cozy nooks where they penned their treatises, typed out their novels or relaxed with a good read. This is what a feminist (home) looks like. (далее…)

Yoko Ono, Maya Angelou, Simone de Beauvoir & More: At Home With Fearless Women Who Will Forever Inspire Us

In celebration of the brave women whose words and art inspire us every day, we’re taking a peek at the offices, couches and cozy nooks where they penned their treatises, typed out their novels or relaxed with a good read. This is what a feminist (home) looks like. (далее…)

Yoko Ono, Maya Angelou, Simone de Beauvoir & More: At Home With Fearless Women Who Will Forever Inspire Us

In celebration of the brave women whose words and art inspire us every day, we’re taking a peek at the offices, couches and cozy nooks where they penned their treatises, typed out their novels or relaxed with a good read. This is what a feminist (home) looks like. (далее…)

DIY Ideas for Framing Big Art on a Small Budget

This past fall, I went on a quest for a simple frame for a long 14-by-50-inch map. After quickly realizing there was no way a store-bought frame would fit these odd dimensions, I emailed a local NYC framing company for a quote. A couple days later, there it was in my inbox: a whopping $782.09 cost estimate. As much as I value supporting local businesses, there was no way I could do it. So then how do you make a big statement without completely destroying your budget? Follow the lead of the thrifty crafters that follow, and build your own. (далее…)

DIY Ideas for Framing Big Art on a Small Budget

This past fall, I went on a quest for a simple frame for a long 14-by-50-inch map. After quickly realizing there was no way a store-bought frame would fit these odd dimensions, I emailed a local NYC framing company for a quote. A couple days later, there it was in my inbox: a whopping $782.09 cost estimate. As much as I value supporting local businesses, there was no way I could do it. So then how do you make a big statement without completely destroying your budget? Follow the lead of the thrifty crafters that follow, and build your own. (далее…)

Small Space Solution: Double Duty DIY Daybeds

The daybed has fallen in and out of favor over the years. It may remind you of lavish palaces and paintings of nobility lounging about, waiting to be hand-feed grapes. However, the piece has made a resurgence in recent years, thanks in part to the popularity of small space living. This versatile piece can seat several people, hugs close to the wall to maximize square footage, and can even be used as a bed at night. DIY one of these multi-functional thrones, and we bet you’re going to feel a lot more royal. (далее…)

Reinvent Your Rental: DIY Ideas to Revive Rental Bathrooms

If you want to add personality to your rental bathroom—without drilling into the walls or painting over tile—the easiest solution is to craft projects that reflect your individual style. When these eye-catching DIYs also happen to double as storage or help organize an ever-growing collection of beauty products, you’ll want to bring them along with you every time you move. (далее…)

10 Beautiful, Durable Leather DIY Projects To Match Your Skill Level (Even for Total Newbies)

Leather, whether real or faux, is the ideal material for projects you plan to live with and use every day. Durable and beautiful, leather drawer pulls can be tugged at thousands of times without breaking, while a leather sunglasses case can be toted on trips for years without falling apart. If this is your first foray into leather-working, don’t be intimidated—consult our straight-forward intro to the art, then dive into one of the projects that follow, ranked by difficulty. (далее…)

Leather-Working 101: The Best Tools and Sources for Real and Faux Leather

If you’ve never made anything out of leather before, it can be difficult to know how to get started and where to shop for supplies. Looking at the prices, it’s no wonder sticker shock can turn many would-be leather workers away from the craft. But if you know where to shop and what is necessary to buy versus what belongs on your wish list, leather DIYs don’t have to be outrageously expensive and the sturdy projects will last for years—making them well-worth the initial investment. (далее…)

Beautiful Blooms that will Never Wilt: DIY Giant Paper Flowers

Having fresh flowers around the house is the ultimate luxury, but when a supermarket bouquet inevitably starts to wilt within 24 hours, it makes me reconsider the beauty of artificial blooms. When I spotted these whimsically oversized nashi blossoms (above) in paper flower artist Livia Cetti’s new book The Exquisite Book of Paper Flower Transformations, I knew I’d found the perfect stand-in for my usual bodega bundle. Colorful and larger-than-life—these everlasting blooms deserve a permanent spot in your home. (далее…)

11 Things You Probably Didn’t Know a Dremel Drill Could Do

Power tools can be intimidating, we get it. If you’re interested in getting into the world of power tools but aren’t sure where to start, let us introduce you to the perfect gateway tool: the Dremel drill. This popular multifunctional rotary tool may look like a miniature electric drill, but by switching out the attachments, it can do everything from carving wood to etching glass. Start with one of these beginner projects, and you’ll probably discover you’re a power-tool pro. (далее…)