Dude. A few weeks ago I was contacted by Ana White’s representatives asking if we’d be interested in reviewing her brand spanking new book, The Handbuilt Home. Umm, is that a real question? Yes, please. You know we’re no stranger to applying her wood working plans in real life. Like Zoey’s play kitchen and our farmhouse dining table.
A few weeks later and I’ve finally wrapped up reading it. There must be something behind releasing books this time of year (YHL? Novogratz? Ana?) because I am up to my eyeballs in new reading material. That’s a good thing. Ana’s book did not disappoint. In fact, I’m a little overwhelmed at the moment with new projects floating around in my DIY brain. I’m crushing hard on this teal hutch.
And this recycling console. It would be a killer addition to our laundry room reno.
One of my favorite aspects of this book was one that caught me totally off guard. I expected page upon page of projects, but I was blown away by the first chapter – filled with a tools and equipment guide plus a wood/ material breakdown. This girl knows her stuff.
Now I just have to decide which project to tackle first! Thanks for the inspiration Ana!
Get your very own copy of Ana White’s The Handbuilt Home <–here!
We were provided this book for reviewing purposes at no cost. However, all words and opinions expressed are those solely of Cape 27. Bottom line, this book is the shizzz and we’d definitely be shelling out our own cash otherwise 🙂