Adult Books

101 Saturday Morning Projects
Organize. Decorate. Rejuvenate

By The Family Handiman Editors

Subject: House & Home
Paperback | 144 pages | 7 7/8 x 10 1/2
US$14.95 | CAN$15.95 |Ages: adult
Publication Date: 2010-05-28
ISBN: 9781606520185
101 Saturday Morning Projects is a storehouse of practical ideas and projects for keeping things running smoothly around your home or apartment. From storage ideas to plumbing fixes, these sensible projects provide easy-to-follow answers to keeping your home and yard in tip-top shape—with no project taking more than four hours. Written in The Family Handyman's dependable, accessible style, the detailed instructions and photographs are easy to follow. Plus there is plenty of expert advice for every home or apartment repair, project, and improvement—from adding extra storage space to building a summer lounge chair, from repairing a damaged screen to installing a dimmer switch.

Inside you will find:
  • Projects: Loaded with easy-to-build projects that will enhance your home, such as glass bathroom storage shelves, magazine storage bins, tool totes, and shoe-storage booster stools.
  • Home Repairs: This chapter walks you through fixes for all those annoying home problems, including how to stop a running toilet, sharpen your mower blades, unstick a sliding door, and replace a sink sprayer and hose.
  • Home Improvements: Find quick and inexpensive ways to improve the look and functionality of your home by decorating with stencils, make over your kitchen cabinets, critter-proof your home, and install a programmable thermostat.
  • Bonus sections: Plus bonus sections that highlight how to create and maintain a healthy, efficient home; paint and finish home surfaces; useful tools to have around the house; and nifty gift ideas to impress your friends.

Throughout this book there are dozens of expert hints and tips that will have any do-it-yourself guy or gal enhancing, repairing, and maintaining a home or apartment in less time than it takes to play a round of Saturday morning golf.


With over 4 million readers, The Family Handyman is America's leading do-it-yourself magazine, helping homeowners improve their homes and yards since 1951. On average, 75,000 copies of The Family Handyman are sold on newsstands and in all major retail stores including Lowe's, Home Depot, Borders, Barnes & Noble, and WalMart. Each project featured in this book has appeared in the pages of the magazine.