Utilizing multipurpose furniture is an excellent means to use space. Decorative wooden beams can be purchased from specialty home improvement stores and they’re simple to install too.
The beauty behind craft shows is they typically take place over the duration of a couple of days, usually on weekends, so it is possible to create your crafts between events. A hobby is an activity that all of us love and relish. If you would like to understand how to decorate your room without buying anything here are some ideas that I have.
1. Pallet Wine Rack
As you must already know, wooden pallets are amazing when it comes to DIY projects. They can be used to make just about anything. A simple project would be to use a wooden pallet and to transform it into a wine rack. Take the bottom of the panel and made a cut across the 3 beams, then add an extra board to the back and one to the bottom. Secure each attachment and give it a nice finish.
2. Reclaimed Wood Headboard
With some pieces of wood and some free time, you can also change the atmosphere in your bedroom by building a nice headboard. For this project, you can use reclaimed wood from a fence or anywhere else you can find it. Building the headboard is easy. You can also add some lights to make it even more beautiful.
3. Reclaimed Wood Cabinet
With a little creativity, you can also come up with lots of other useful ideas for the house. For example, you could make a nice cabinet for your kitchen. You don’t have to make it from scratch. You can use an old cabinet and give it a makeover by adding some panels and details.
4. Side Table
A side table would also be a simple project to try out this weekend. You can use reclaimed wood from fences or old furniture. If you want, you can also mix the old pieces with some new ones. The side table can match the headboard and you could make the two pieces yourself.
5. Wood Wall Art
If you’re crafty and ingenious, you can also use reclaimed wood for more than just furniture. For example, you could make some beautiful wall art. You can take a few pieces of wood of different dimensions and put them together to form a panel.
6. Pallet Bench
And since we were talking about pallets, here’s another idea you can use as inspiration: a cozy breakfast corner with a bench made out of reclaimed pallets. Building the bench should take a few hours. First, you can give the wood a dark stain for a more rustic look. Then make the measurements and get to work. It would be wise to add padded felt to the bottom so you don’t scratch the floors. And if you have some leftover pieces you can also make a nice serving tray.
7. Reclaimed Wood Shelf
If you prefer something simple, then maybe you could try making some shelves. All you have to do is cut the wood to the desired dimensions and then mount the shelves onto the wall. It’s easy and it doesn’t take much time. Also, a few extra shelves are always a nice addition.
8. Chevron Pattern Recycled Wood Planter Box
Another creative way of using reclaimed wood would be to make a planter. You can make a simple planter for outdoor use, like a box, without any distinguishable features, or you could make something a little more eye-catching, like the model in the pictures. You would just need some paint and brushes and it can all be done without much effort.
9. Reclaimed Door Coffee Table
Whenever you find some pieces of wood, either from an old piece of furniture, a door or something else, the first thing that comes into your mind while trying to figure out what you can do with them is usually a coffee table. You can make a coffee table from just about anything. For example, this one is made from an old wooden door. It even has the knobs still attached.
10. Wood Table
If you don’t want the table to look particularly neat and fancy but would rather prefer something rustic and unique, then you can use scrap pieces of wood of different dimensions, different finishes, and even different colors. Find a base for the table and add the top.