Buildng a 10 Foot Fauxdenza for $300

Buildng a 10 Foot Fauxdenza for $300

Sarah Rae Smith
Aug 19, 2011

Custom pieces can really make a home. They're things people haven't seen before and are tailored to your space, which always makes it look extra awesome. That said, hiring someone to do custom work for you, isn't exactly cheap. Check out this custom look that was a diy for right around $300. It's 10 feet long and the most beautiful thing you'll see all day — no really!

Sleek modern credenza storage is all the rage and for good reason. It keeps things organized and out of sight giving everyone the illusion that you like to keep your belongings to a minimum. They're perfect for holding all your dvds, blankets, board games, cookbooks... pretty much anything you see fit that might otherwise feel like clutter when out on display.

Over at The Brick House they've been busy creating their own to eliminate the extra high price tags that are found for pieces of this size. Regular cabinets, a plank of something resembling teak (to further cut down on costs) and a few hours of manual labor later and the results are simply out of this world.

They've taken great care to walk you through the process so it can be made at home to fit your own blank wall that's in dire need of something unique. Check out all the details on this amazing diy project over at The Brick House.

Image: The Brick House

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