You've made you're bed, now lie in it..is a colloquial expression used to refer to the typically negative consequences that one inevitably faces for his or her bonehead decisions. In my case, it accurately describes what naturally occured after the design and construction of my bed.
Inspired by @doubledogdrawyou's daily drawings, my friend Noé and I created our own account to post drawings to. Here are some of mine.
My partner and I were not very happy with our sofa situation, so we opted to destroy it. While seeking out a replacement we were unsatisfied with the tragically bad seating options made available to us by sofa companies, big and small alike. We weren't sure what we were looking for, but we were pretty sure that Doug from the Sofa Company wasn't going to help us find it.
Repurposing things is a good way to save money and as far as I'm concerned wooden palettes equals free wood. Where I live, there are loads of them in back alleys waiting to be reclaimed and reconstructed into something better than the dumb old palettes they currently are.
It is a little known fact that you can pretty much make anything with steel plumbing pipes. It's true. With a little creativity, you can instantly have a custom industrial strength work table, kitchen cart, clothing rack, peg leg, whatever. The possibilities are endless.