When I created the concept for my tool closet makeover, I knew I needed small drawers to hold all the small screws and bits required for a well-outfitted tool closet. The idea of apothecary style drawers immediately came to mind. I would've liked to have found the real deal at a flea market, but since I didn't, I built them myself. To complete the "wall" of apothecary drawers in my tool closet, I made over this Ikea Rast dresser to finish the look.Read More
Hello and welcome to Planq Studio, formerly known as Redesigned By M.
Originally, this was a DIY and homemaking blog, but that has changed very recently.
Planq Studio now provides visual marketing services to creative business owners.
However, there is still a lot of excitement over my old DIY projects, so
I've kept a few popular ones hidden from the general public.
If you've found this post, it was due to a direct link from an old pin or somewhere.
Anyway, have fun and do contact me if you have any questions!
All the best, M.
Several of my readers have mentioned that they're planning to move in the near future. To those readers and future readers, I thought I'd let you know that over the years, I've moved house eleven times, moved out of state twice, and moved internationally five times. I might know a few things about moving, so I hope I can offer some help to you who are planning a house move, big or small.Read More
Mr. M and I are a household who removes their shoes when entering a home. Naturally, we had to find a way to store our shoes in the entry, not just for ourselves, but for all our guests also. And on many weekend nights, we can have upwards of ten of our friends over. Shoe storage was very key.Read More
How do you keep your keys organized in your home? To be quite honest, I used to lose my keys all the time because I didn't have a proper place for them to live. I've seen all types of systems, but I think I like the hanging system the best. Keys in a bowl have a tendency to get tangled up with other stuff, which makes them easy targets to get lost in a junk pile. Do you agree?Read More