As we surf the web, we can see that DIY projects are gaining popularity in many spheres of everyday life. Thanks to the versatility and many possibilities provided by custom projects, they’re the perfect avenue for creative people looking for solutions or new projects!
Make sure to read our resource page on Building with EMT Conduit before getting started with your project!
1. An EMT conduit staircase ramp
You can design an EMT conduit staircase ramp. This raw component will add character to your décor. To complete this project, you’ll need a chrome-plated rounded joint set making a 90° angle, as well as a flat anchor joint set.
3. A custom-made, EMT conduit light fixture
The EMT conduit fixture is very minimalist, but above all very useful, and can be placed above a bedside table, in the bathroom or in the entryway. You will need EMT conduit, a light bulb, a soft rope, rounded connectors and a flat clamp joint set to attach it to the wall.
4. An EMT conduit shower curtain rod
In this example, it is suggested to use EMT conduit, usually used in bathroom plumbing, to make a shower curtain rod. Our EMT conduit-compatible connectors and anchors are available on our online store.
5. An EMT conduit whiteboard
Home schooling has become a reality for many parents. Stimulate your children’s learning with a whiteboard upon which they can write. In addition to the EMT conduit and staples for the board, you’ll need our t-connectors.
7. An EMT conduit geodesic dome
This ambitious project is made with EMT conduit. This 24-foot dome can be built to store tools or materials, but it can also be used for glamping. You can build this dome from EMT conduit following the 18 steps shown here.
8. EMT conduit garage ski rack
This will become a favorite place to store skis and snowboards in your garage. This storage system is made with EMT conduit and can be used to dry out sports equipment without cluttering your garage!
10. A custom EMT conduit coffee table
This coffee table has been designed to provide greater versatility to meet the needs of more people. It is mounted on a metal structure and can be adjusted to the desired height. Because T-connectors and EMT conduit are inexpensive, you’ll only have to pay a fraction of the cost of new furniture.
11. Custom skate rack
Do you have the kind of children who never miss a single hockey or figure skating practice? With this shelving, they can always store their skates in the same place. It’s ideal for drying sports equipment, and it can be built at low cost using EMT conduit and tinktube connectors.
13. Sports equipment storage rack made with tubes
Whether you choose to build your project using tinktube tubes or EMT conduit, the result will be incredible. Our connectors are compatible with both types of tubes, and you can use wall anchors to complete this project. Your home gym will take on a whole new dimension.
16. An EMT conduit blanket/towel ladder
EMT conduit can support small loads, such as towels. This ladder is an example of what you can create with this type of material. You can use plastic caps to cover the ends of the tubes.
18. An EMT conduit photo gallery
This system attaches to a wall in your home and can support picture frames of various sizes. In addition to the EMT conduit, you’ll need to purchase connectors that you will find on tinktube’s online store. This very artistic project is easily within reach!
19. Metal conduit room divider plant hanger
Swedish giant Ikea is suggesting that its customers use its clothing racks on wheels to create a room divider! Several internet users came up with the idea to design a custom version. You can use simple EMT conduit and connectors to easily recreate this structure upon which to hang pretty plants, for example.
20. A DIY side table for snacks
This side table is particularly useful when it comes to watching to a movie. It can be designed with EMT conduit and connectors. You can choose the height of your table and the size of your surface so that it is suitable for your home.
22. A tent structure
Do you have a few great ideas? Whether your dream camp is large or small, you can build it with stainless steel conduits. In fact, the entire structure can be built with EMT conduits. To attach the conduits, you’ll need black tinktube connectors.
23. Shelving for preserves
Are you the kind of person who delays everyone at the grocery store checkout with their coupons? Or maybe you believe that the end of the world is upon us? Either way, you’ll need lots of space to store your canned goods. This shelving will please all the Marie Kondos in the world.
To complete this project you’ll need EMT conduit, wire shelving and tinktube connectors.
24. EMT conduit deck rails
This is the perfect summer project for you! For a fraction of the price, you can build your own deck rails using EMT conduit. Rather than drilling holes through the wooden uprights to insert the conduits, we suggest that you attach them using metal tinktube clamps.
All the steps to build these EMT conduit deck rails are here.
25. A DIY tomato trellis
This example is living proof that you can create a fun project that meets your needs by using EMT conduits and tinktube connectors.
All the steps to build a DIY tomato trellis out of conduits are here.
26. A custom urban chicken coop
Hens are now quite a common sight in suburban backyards! To be as comfortable in the city as in the countryside, urban hens need to live in a fairly large henhouse, which is neither damp nor messy.
You can build an outdoor enclosure yourself, which can meet the needs of the hens. You can do so with EMT conduit and tinktube connectors.
To learn all about building an urban chicken coop, visit the gouvernement du Québec website.
27. An EMT conduit pergola
If you’re somewhat handy, you won’t need to pay hundreds of dollars to have a pergola in your backyard! With simple EMT conduits and tinktube connectors, you can build your own oasis of freshness.
28. A custom-made outdoor bench
Be creative! Use EMT conduit to add an industrial touch to your outdoor furniture. To complete this project, you can get tinktube connectors, which are available in 20 styles for any type of project…even the craziest ones!
30. An EMT conduit barrier
Although the original purpose of this project was to keep dogs from jumping over an existing fence, it can also prevent thieves from making themselves at home. This barrier can also be adapted for the fence around the pool to prevent children from climbing over it.
All the steps to make an EMT conduit barrier are here.
31. DIY garage storage
This DIY storage idea is great for the garage or the basement, and will help you stay organized. Use our various connectors to attach the EMT conduit together.
Do you want to see more? Here are 21 ingenious DIY ideas for the garage.
33. A shower curtain rod
You can build a curtain rod for your bathtub enclosure from EMT conduit, which will be attached with tinktube connectors. As each tub size is unique, the conduit can be cut with a pipe cutter.
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