Pine and Poplar LLC is created and written solely by Zoe and Andrew Hunt, who are not experts, just homeowners and avid DIYers who share their home-related projects and ideas. The tips, techniques, and suggestions, and tutorials on Pine and Poplar are not error-proof, rather they are methods that have worked for Zoe and Andrew at some point. We are not licensed contractors and any advice found on Pine and Poplar and pineandpoplar.com should not be taken as professional advice.
Working with power tools, DIY, and home improvement have inherent risks. Safety should always be your number 1 priority. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for all items and tools and adhere to your local building code and homeowner’s association bylaws. Extra precautions and additional research are always advised and Pine and Poplar (and it’s writers) cannot be held responsible for your personal safety or the outcome of your home improvement undertakings. We do our best to keep information up-to-date and correct, but if you’re injured attempting something you’ve seen on Pine and Poplar, or if a project doesn’t yield the results that you expected after following my tutorials, Pine and Poplar is in no way liable.
Pine and Poplar is inspired by, but does not replicate exact designs and is not affiliated with Pottery Barn, West Elm, Crate and Barrel, Restoration Hardware, or any other furniture retailer.
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