About Us

Meet sisters Ashley & Whitney, two power tool wielding DIY queens, on a mission to create beautiful and affordable furniture, turning houses into homes. Self-described coffee enthusiasts and treasure-weavers, the two sisters transformed a hobby into a dream career. The self-taught carpenters post their journey online to inspire other people to “pick up that scary tool and go!” Hosts of HGTV’s Open Concept, and designers of the Shanty2Chic Home Collection exclusively at At Home Stores nationwide.


Shanty 2 Chic Headshot 2015


Hey guys~ Whitney here! A little background about me and what started this whole process... I am a mommy to 5 wonderful and crazy kids and wife to Jenson.   I have attempted (not always achieved) almost any craft. I have found along the way that I love, love the process of building a piece of furniture from raw wood and my power tool stash, of course.
I love Jesus, my family, my tools and coffee.  We built our house in 2009 and I have spent the last few years making it a home.  I love to teach others and give advice on all things DIY and I love learning as well.  I'm lucky to be able to share this experience with my sister Ashley!
Whitney Headshot
 Whitney Family Photo


Hey guys! I'm Ashley. I'm married to my hubby, John and we have 3 kids, Kade, Tris and Tenley. We built our home in 2013 and moved into it with no furniture. Since then, I have been busy building custom furniture to fill our new home. In our new home, so far, I have built 4 beds, 3 tables, 3 coffee tables, 2 console tables, a buffet, a media storage dresser, a mantel, 3 desks, 4 nightstands and lots of shelves, wall treatments and accent pieces. I am a home body and my second home is my workshop. I love power tools, cute shoes and purses and I love designing furniture and watching it come to life in my shop. My passion is teaching and encouraging people to DIY and I am so blessed to work along side my sis, Whit!



  1. Samina on December 9, 2018 at 12:28 pm

    Hello Ladies,

    You guys are so creative! I have learned so much from your videos.I have a design for a King bed that I simply love and want! But as creative as I can be, I do not have the appropriate tools or expertise to build this one. Do you take custom orders to build furniture?
    Thanks for all your insights!

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  3. Kyle on November 27, 2018 at 11:14 am

    On the farmhouse table, how did you mount the 4×4 runners to the table legs?

  4. Michelle Lewis on November 14, 2018 at 11:37 am

    Hello, I’ve been looking for plans to build a farmhouse style desk, with lots of drawers and a back. Do you have an ideas on that?
    Thank you!

  5. Ashley Maney on November 7, 2018 at 4:49 pm

    BREAKFAST NOOK!!! PLEASE! Check out the Breton Banquette by Ballard Designs!

  6. Barbara Bell on November 5, 2018 at 8:07 am

    If you don’t “rip” the boards, say a 2X4 to 3″ or a 2X6 to 5″, could you tell me how to adjust the measurements? Do you just add an 1″ or 3/4″? Thank you! I am getting ready to try the Industrial Farm Table. So nervous!

    Thanks! Love y’alls work….so awesome!


    • Barbara A Bell on November 6, 2018 at 5:17 am

      Never mind..duh! I figured it out😁

  7. Darlene Maple on November 2, 2018 at 5:54 pm

    Where can I find the instructions for your DIY 3 tool console table?

  8. Eileen on November 2, 2018 at 4:44 pm

    What are the best beginners power tool to have.

  9. Nikki on October 23, 2018 at 4:37 pm

    I’m desperately looking for if you guys make a matching coffee table to your end tables!!! Please let me know, I would love to buy one 😊😊😊. I bought the end table from at home store. And it’s wood on top with white wash X on the Sides. I bought the end table from at home store.

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