Storing a miter saw can be tough. Most people don't have the space to leave it set up with long support tables. Storing it under the workbench is a pain: You gotta dig it out, set it on sawhorses and then figure out how to prop up stuff while you're cutting. A high-end manufactured stand is great-but probably costs as much as your miter saw. So what are you going to do? Build this simple miter saw cabinet!
You don't have to be stuck with countertops you don't like. There are so many DIY countertops out there that can be done on a teeny, tiny budget! So many DIY countertops to choose from. This round-up shares the best DIY countertops from around the web!
Kitchen Renovation Part 5: Countertop Installation!
Butcher block Pros: We love butcher block for its natural, warm vibe. Plus, it’s crazy inexpensive and you can cut right on it! Cons: Much like your favorite cutting board, butcher block scratches and stains easily, and must be kept dry to avoid warping. To keep it looking purdy, sand and seal with mineral oil a couple times a year. Price/Sq. Ft.: $30 to $75