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Top 100 Metal Projects

  1. 46. How To Create an Eco-Friendly Metal Backsplash

    Use these instructions to customize your kitchen and help the environment by making a beautiful backsplash made of recycled aluminum.

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  2. 47. Throwing In the Trowel (03:04)

    Matt steps in to help a frustrated DIYer finish his six-month-long reno.

  3. 48. Chainlink Headboard (04:37)

    Nancy Golden and Brad Staggs make an industrial-chic metal headboard.

  4. 49. Metal Bathroom Floor Tiles (00:01:00)

    Adding metal floor tiles in a bathroom is a groutless alternative to stone.

  5. 50. African Sculpture (04:27)

    Keith Parker demonstrates his creative process for making sculptures.

  6. 51. Laser-Cut Metal Bath Vanities (00:01:06)

    Laser-cut stainless metal vanities add new dimensions to bathroom design.

  7. 52. Aspect Tiles (00:20:02)

    In this episode learn about self-stick tiles that are made of metal.

  8. 53. Metal Barn Wood Kitchen (20:01)

    House Crashers takes on Atlanta and remodels a 1930s kitchen!

  9. 54. Aspect Peel-and-Stick Tiles (00:01:39)

    Aspect peel-and-stick metal backsplash tiles have instant visual appeal.

  10. 55. Turning a Metal Bowl (00:20:01)

    Dave demos the unique art of metal spinning on a wood lathe for this bowl.

  11. 56. TurnPro Magnetic Finger (01:03)

    Magnetic fingers let you hold on to metal objects like nails and screws.

  12. 57. How to Install a Tin Ceiling

    A tin ceiling with a unique design is a great way to complement any room.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  13. 58. Spice Rack (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on making a magnetic spice rack.

  14. 59. Shedding Light on the Bathtub (00:01:00)

    Need more light in a dark bathroom? Check out Matt's DIY Quicktip solution.

  15. 60. How to Use a Pneumatic Riveter

    A manual riveter is a useful tool, but it can become tiresome. Use these step-by-step instructions to use a pneumatic riveter for a pro...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy

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