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Mar 19, 2015

How to: DIY Geometric Test Tube Vase

As a child, I was under the impression that working with test tubes would be a bigger part of my adult life. Not only because I wanted to be astronaut/scientist, but I guess I just always pictured myself performing experience of some kind. If you happen to be in that boat, here's a fun way to do something useful with those unused test tubes, or if you missed that boat of impracticality, here's a potentially masculine way to display some single flowers.   … read more

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Nov 10, 2014

How to: Make Simple Wooden Triangle Shelves

Executing a well-designed project doesn't always have to involve high-end materials, elegant shapes, and complicated techniques. Sometimes, the most affordable wood will do, and to bring it together: just a little math.   … read more

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Nov 03, 2014

Make Your Own Geometric Wood Flooring

Make your own Geometric wood flooring

I stumbled across this fantastic idea for refinishing the floor of a vintage trailer. I must say this is a rather fantastic idea for covering up some rather putrid flooring in a quick, light, and easy manner!    … read more

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Oct 07, 2013

Modern Cool: The Rug Pattern by All That

The Rug Pattern by All That

It's urban and cozy - two terms that rarely are used in the same sentence.… read more

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Sep 17, 2013

Weekend Project: How to Create a DIY Geometric Chair

DIY Geometric Chair

A quick project for the weekend? Try this one!… read more

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Aug 16, 2013

How To: Make a Geometric Doormat

DIY Geo Doormat via Whimseybox [https://whimseybox.com/projects/diy-geo-doormat]

Give your houseguests a tridimensional welcome to with this geometric doormat!… read more

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Nov 30, 2012

How to: Make a DIY Wood Dowel Holiday Wreath

This easy wreath project is festive and inexpensive, with warm woodtones and… read more

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Dec 02, 2011

How to: Make a Geometric Holiday Garland

created at: 12/02/2011

Heads up, cool kids: Math is way hip. Particularly, geometry, facets, and gem shapes have been everywhere designy for the last two years, and there's no reason the holidays shouldn't be included in the trend.

Case in point: this geometric garland. It looks nice and handmade, is holiday-neutral, and the colors are winter-y enough that you could leave it up through February.

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