Got enough wood scraps lying around in your home? Try your hands on any one of these DIY Wood Projects and you are sure to be patting your back after the project. From classic stools to benches to modern chairs and many more are sure to make you want to grab your saw and get started.
BEST DIY Wood Projects
Grab your wooden scraps and make a planter for your garden. Besides giving a modern touch to your outdoor, these planters would also instill a rustic element in your home. Imagine guests knocking on your door and looking beside to find this gorgeous planter sitting beside them. How much good they must be thinking of you. Right? All you need are some scrap boards, some nails, wood glue, and you are done. Get the Tutorial at The Inspired Workshop.
Now that the weather is so good we can finally let our hair down and sit outside. Soak in the gorgeous sunshine and smell the fragrant flowers blooming in our garden. But, how long can we hold up standing? We need a chair so that we can sit back and relax while we are admiring the beautiful summer season. Right? What if we could make a chair at home rather than buying it? We anyway have lots of scrap woods in our home. Why not put them to use? Wondering how to do it! Ashley from Cherished Bliss has got you covered. I love how Ashley has given these chairs a modern look. Who wouldn't want to sit in these comfy chairs? They look like they have been bought from the store. But, they are not. They are handmade. Get the Tutorial from Cherished Bliss.
Rustic Patio Chair
Now, if you don't want a modern chair for any reason whatsoever, no worries. Jack from How to Specialist has got another excellent idea for you all. You could make this rustic patio chair. It's equally cozy. It has that rustic charm which makes it so comforting. And finally, its not modern. It has that old school charm about it. So, you can sit back on this patio chair and look at the stars at night or watch the bbq cooking ribs and sit back and relax reading a magazine and caressing your furry dog. Get the Tutorial from Jack at How to Specialist. He'll walk you through the steps and within no time you'll have a gorgeous patio chair.
DIY Dog Kennel
With the beautiful summers rolling by you could make a home for your furry friend. Unfortunately, there is no source that I could link this idea to. But, I guess, if you truly want to make this for your dog, you will. All you got to do is grab some scrap woods lying in your garage and cut out the size by looking closely at the image below. And within no time you will have a beautiful Dog Kennel. Yes, friends its that easy.
DIY Outdoor Table
Step up your Outdoor game with this brand new table that you don't have to purchase but you can DIY right in your home. Honestly, I never thought making tables would be so easy until I met Erin at The DIY Nuts. She is an expert in handling wooden scraps. And, who wouldn't want an outdoor table like this? Erin and her husband found a budget-friendly way to bring in charm in your home. I can guarantee you that if you make this table at your home, you would want to have all your lunches outside. The 4th of July is coming up. What about making this table so that you can host a party right outside! Or Maybe you could use that table for any outdoor party? You could place all the food items on the table and people would grab it from here. But, If I were to use it, I would be using it to have a family dinner. Head over to my friend Erin's website - The DIY Nuts and learn how to make it.
DIY End Table
End Tables gives your rooms a rustic yet functional outlook. This End table right here has been designed from scratch by Tylynn. She has used her gifted woodworking skills to make this gorgeous End table that we would all want in our homes. We could use it to store our favorite books. Or we could keep it by the couch and place a gorgeous vase on it. I really like the cupboard thing she has constructed below. That makes it so much more functional. You could also use this end table by your bedside. You could keep your phone charging on that end table. Or you could put a lamp on this table and keep it beside your bed. There are endless possibilities for using this end table. But, everything starts with making it. Head over to Bitterroot DIY for a step by step tutorial.
If you need a stepping stool for your home, don't buy it. Rather make it. Kids could use it to climb higher, even adults can use it in case they have to get something from the top. And, the best part is that this looks just like a staircase. Another thing which I really like about this stool is that it has a modern look to it. The classy paint, the gorgeous finishing everything adds up to the wonderful look of these step stool. You could even use this as a gift for someone who admires handmade gifts. Or Since Father's Day is coming up you can gift it to your dad and say - Thanks Dad for Stepping up the game for us. It made us become a better person. You can also use it as a Christmas Gift. Head over to 100thingstodo for a complete tutorial on this project. And when you finish this project don't forget to thank Shelly - the brilliant mind behind this project - for helping you get through this.
Homemade Bar Cart
Have you ever thought of having a serving cart at your home? Something that you can push around and serve your guests? or something that you can keep at one corner of your home with certain decorative items or daily essentials? Well, I have. And, I totally head over heels for this idea. Shara from Woodshop Diaries will help you create this utterly gorgeous and functional serving cart. I can tell you that if you go out to buy this it would cost you about 20 to 30 bucks. But, Shara is here to save our money. She has explained to us how to make this within $7. This serving cart would be the ultimate delight for your home. Head over to Woodshop Diaries for a complete tutorial of this serving cart.
What would you tell me if I told you to make a coffee table in one afternoon? Impossible right? But, meet Sarah from Ugly Duckling House who will teach you how to get it done in just one single afternoon. Isn't she a genius? Well Of course she is. She has created this stunning coffee table with scrap wood and has made the legs out of hairpins. This is like the ultimate use of scraps. This small coffee table could be kept at the center of your living room under a vibrant rug. You can also keep it in your bedroom to keep your handbags and makeup items. You could also keep it on the porch by the chairs. Learn the steps from Ugly Duckling House.
Sofa Armchair Rest
After you've handcrafted a coffee table it's time to relax. But, what is relaxing when you have to get up every time to get your remote or grab that cup of coffee? I suggest you work a little more and make this Sofa armchair rest. Not only it will do what is says - that provides rest to your arms - but it will also help you store certain things that you need all the time. Such as your favorite book or the TV Remote or your cup of coffee and etc. Take a close look at the picture and calculate the length of wood that you would need. Then grab your saw and make it happen. I guess it won't take you long. Right?
Modern Chair for Outdoor
When you have scrap lumber in your home, the best way to make use of that is by making a cozy and comfy chair. Now here is a chair that you will love a lot. It has got a modern touch to it. And the finishing is so rustic. The writer Anna has shared how to make it on her website. Though she calls it an outdoor chair but I guess it would look good indoors as well. For some of us who don't have the privilege of a large home with a garden, this project is also for you. Head over to AnaWhite.com and get the tutorial.
We all want to bring a little farmhouse element in our homes. Be it through a table or a clock or a rug or whatever. Why? Well because there ain't anything cozier than a farmhouse decor. Therefore, I have found out a way where you can -NOT buy - but make an upholstered bench in farmhouse style. Benches like these are really expensive. But, when you got such a talented blogger teaching you with such love, compassion, and honesty, I guess we can accomplish anything. Head over to Frazzled Joy to get the tutorial. And, don't forget to thank her who helped you get this done.
Drill Storage and Charge Station
As a wood worker, your prime concern might be charging your drill or storing that hot drill. Right? But, not anymore. HertoolBelt brings you this excellent idea where you can store your drill and charge it cordlessly. Isn't that the best idea ever? I know when we are working outside, it gets really difficult for us to head indoors, get the drill charged, and then again go out to get our thing done. But, imagine the time and effort you would save when you make this drill storage and charge station. Interesting right? Care to learn how to do it? Head over to Hertoolbelt.com for a complete tutorial.
Give your front porch a rustic and cozy makeover with this handmade 2x4 bench. Emilee from Mama Needs a Project is a talented woodworker and crafter who will teach you how to get this done. Made with extreme finesse, craftiness, and utmost creativity this cozy bench would make a perfect little addition to your backyard or front porch. You can also keep it indoors by the windows and keep some indoor plants on it. Or you could turn this into a seating arrangement for your front porch. Head over to Mama Needs a Project for the step by step tutorial and her expert-level tips.
Herringbone Serving Tray
Are you a fan of the Herringbone pattern? I know you are! In fact, who isn't? But, did you ever imagine that you could make a herringbone serving tray all by yourself? Well, for now. Don't imagine! Rather Head over to CraftedbytheHunts.com and learn how to do it. Zoe at Crafted By the Hunts is an expert at crafting things. After I saw this Herringbone Serving tray I have literally became her fan. Herringbone patterns are one of my favorites. And, I can't wait to try this.
So, these were the best Woodworking Projects that I think you would like. I am sure you loved them all.