The February/March 2014 issue of HANDY Magazine features projects for your kitchen, bath and more! - Five essential kitchen and bath projects- Serving station project plans- Build a bathroom cabinet using a salvaged window- Get plans to weld a hanging pot rack- Learn the hard facts about nuts and bolts- Built-in ironing board project plans- Ten mistakes to avoid when refinishing wood floorsPLUS: History of the microwave, great tips from Handyman Club
members, and this month’s HandyWorks finalists!
Here are 8 great reasons to look forward to the December 2013/ January 2014 issue of HANDY Magazine: - It’s the annual presentation of the HANDY Innovation Winners- See a stunning fireplace surround that you can build to suit your space- Get plans for making a practical (and pretty) bench for your entryway- Try turning techniques to make a most measurable rolling pin- Find your new favorite flashlight in a roundup of the latest luminaries- Pick up some quick tips from a professional about installing drywall yourself- Be in the forefront of discovering ideas for the DIYer’s wish list- Discover TIG welding – a versatile method for the home shopPLUS: See a History of the power lathe, great tips from Handyman Club members, Web Extra videos and this month’s HandyWorks finalists
You could say that the October/November 2013 HANDY Magazine is a bit rocky. The cover feature is all about building a flagstone path for your yard, and another article covers how to install faux stone to upgrade a chimney chase. Here are some of our other rock-solid topics:
PLUS: WebExtra Videos, a History of the Hard Hat, and HandyWorks voting.
The August/September 2013 issue of HANDY Magazine features:
PLUS: WebExtra Videos, Projects and HandyWorks voting.
The June/July 2013 issue of HANDY Magazine features great summer projects and plans:
The April/May 2013 issue of HANDY Magazine is full of outdoor projects and springtime inspiration:
This digital-only issue of HANDY is packed with tips to help you get ready for spring:
For the February/March 2013 issue of HANDY Magazine, the editors have cooked up some kitchen and bath ideas and filled the pages with ways to get ready for spring. Here are a few of the key ingredients:
This digital-only issue of HANDY is all about getting organized, including multiple storage cabinet projects.
Find bright ideas, how-to info and cool projects in the December 2012/January 2013 issue of HANDY Magazine:
This digital-only issue of HANDY features two stories that will show you how to acquire and make projects using reclaimed lumber. Plus:
You'll fall for the October/November issue of HANDY Magazine, with its rich diversity of projects and information:
In the August/September issue of HANDY, you’ll get ideas for refreshing your deck -- and plans for making furniture to go with it. Learn about infrared thermometers, metal-shaping methods, new DIY gear and the differences in masking tapes.
This issue is all about outdoor living spaces – with projects that bring the comforts of home to the outside.
Dust off your power tools and get ready for summer – because this issue of HANDY features a charming gazebo project that will bite you with the building bug.
This issue is all about redefining rooms: like how to turn a modest bedroom into one with modern accessible sensibilities – plus ways to convert a basic bedroom into a baby’s dream room.
This issue is all about workshops in the garage, basement and backyard. The shops where DIYers create, fix, and build.
This issue is packed with simple, low-cost projects to warm and brighten your space.
A steep sloped yard can create multiple challenges, but the retaining wall and steps featured in this issue will transform it into a beautiful and useable space.
Do you need a getaway? The cabana/shed plan featured in this issue is a fun project that will be the perfect backyard retreat.
This issue features several ways to boost your home’s curb appeal, including a front yard pergola, soffit repairs and how to plant a tree.
Does your kitchen need an update? Learn how to transform a stale kitchen into a perfectly palatable space for only $2000.
Perfect 10. The ten top winner’s of the 2010 HANDY Innovation Awards. Plus, the sixteen runners up.
Get your shop clean and organized with the projects and articles in this issue of HANDY Magazine.
An amazing fire pit area is featured on the cover, but there’s something for just about every DIY dream in this issue.
Build a double duty shed that combines storage space for your tools and a play space for the kids.
Outdoor tools and projects are the focus of this issue of HANDY Magazine, including greenhouses, deck posts, paint sprayers and a garden bench.
If you’re into kitchen makeovers (who isn’t?), you’ll like this issue. It features a complete kitchen makeover done with a small budget.