It’s kind of amazing, to be honest, what types of projects people pick up, but it’s also nice to see that a lot of folks are all about sharing them to show others what they can do with various things in their homes. Life hacks are all about making things look nice as well as making them more efficient, and a lot of times it’s an ‘aha’ moment that people can’t help but think about replicating.
That’s an odd hack, but it’s decorative at least, not to mention transformative for the right yard.
There are ups and downs to this one since when using your fence for this it could look pretty cool, but when it comes time to clean the fence or seal it or do anything to it, one would hope that there’s an easy way to remove the pots.
If there’s a towel or something beneath this it does feel like it would be a great device to have in your home, especially for garments that aren’t made to toss in the dryer.
If you’re seriously that clumsy then this would probably work, but even a mason jar can break, so breakage can still happen. But the great thing is that a mason jar is fairly tough so it would need a hell of a hit.
There is an easy way to nitpick this since it’s only bound to be good for a summer day when it’s exceptionally warm. Trying this with heaters might grow a bit uncomfortable unless a way could be found to keep things temperate instead of sweltering
That’s a pretty cool night light. I wonder why a lot of people didn’t think about this decades ago.
If you eat this many canned goods then yes, this is a wise way to go.
This is definitely one of those hacks that people have been doing for a while, but don’t often talk about. It works obviously.
As quirky and kind of cool as this is, there could be an issue if someone forget this was here and started to shove metal utensils into it.
This feels a bit extra, but the storage space is nice to think about since at the beach it would be nice to carry as little as possible.
Stuff like this is great since it takes a great deal of effort out of various actions. But at the same time, it’s kind of a specific addition that needs a real purpose to it.
Repurposing things is usually a really good idea since it cuts back on waste.
One thing about a lot of these hacks is that if one has kids, some of them aren’t bound to last as long as you would think. But it’s still the form and function that appear to be useful.
Sometimes low tech is about as good as it gets for what a person can afford.
As inventive as this is, beer does go flat not too long after being opened. It’s a decent idea though.
There’s only one problem with old rain gutters, and hanging plants this way. Old rain gutters are usually taken down for a reason, since they might not be able to function as well, and depending on where you live, all manner of bugs and small critters are bound to find this attractive.
Given the fact that one can find these types of outlets all over the place now, it’s fair to say that someone had a really good idea at one point, which likely came from the frustration of needing to find an outlet to charge their phone.
I’m kind of wondering how this is a hack when in some homes it’s actually kind of standard.
One thing to remember with old wooden ladders is that you’ll still want to make sure that it’s stable enough to be used in the manner you want.
So a toilet tissue holder that can be used throughout the rest of the house?
Some of these hacks are getting a little extra.
This is definitely useful since it might help keep any unwanted mildew from gathering, so long as one takes things in when they’re dry.
Now that’s useful, especially in today’s modern world.
That’s a hack that’s definitely useful, so long as one doesn’t forget that they’ve left something down there.
This is a hack that caught on since plenty of people have something like this in their homes if they have pets.
That is kind of cool and all, but it still feels a little sketchy for those that like to toss and turn in bed.
It’s a little extra, but it’s something that people that work with ribbon would surely appreciate.
The cost of this would be something that might keep a lot of people from even attempting it, but there are other issues to think about as well.
Honestly, some of these are getting a bit extra and no doubt costly, but they’re not bad ideas.
Some folks take their crafts room very seriously, and the additions that some people add are kind of mind-boggling.
If this is DIY then I’m a certified architect. It’s cool, but it looks entirely custom and quite expensive.
WTR? (Why’s This Radass?)
Some of these hacks are pretty extra, not to mention a little specialized to be DIY, but they’re all impressive more or less since they do end up making life a little easier. But before taking any of these projects on, make sure you can do it, and make certain that you won’t be breaking the bank in the process.