This DIY woodworking project is so simple, you only need one power tool to get the job done. Working or studying in bed is a dream come true, but it can be difficult without a lap desk. Never fear!
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You can make one using only one wooden board. Add flair to your space with classy mid-century furniture. It may look complex, but most mid-century furniture is an easy DIY away. Take this nightstand for example. Display your favorite photos with these creative DIY wooden photo holders. This DIY will be a hit with the kids, allowing you to take the classic game of tic tac toe to new and bigger levels.
If you have an electric drill, this DIY will be easy. Simply drill a number of holes into a piece of wood to create a unique pencil holder.
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The process is easier than you think! Your woodworking skills will be the first thing your guests see as they visit your home if you create this DIY address number hanging. A nice plant adds a multimedia touch that makes this project look impressive without requiring expert DIY skills. Implementing plants into your home gives the space life and a calming vibe. Add plants to your home in style while showing off your woodworking skills with a cool DIY plant hanger like this one.
Having trouble expressing your love for nature? Install these wooden mountain wall hooks to enjoy nature in the comforts of your own home. You can never have enough lawn chairs, especially when they look as good as these do. Find the plans you need to make your own outdoor chair , aside from the materials, in this easy-to-follow tutorial. A quick trip to the hardware store will take care of the rest.
Woodworking Projects for Your Home. Continue to 2 of 25 below. Sofa Sleeve. Continue to 3 of 25 below. Wooden Wine Rack. Continue to 4 of 25 below. DIY Beer Caddy. Continue to 5 of 25 below. Wooden Arrow Tutorial. Continue to 6 of 25 below. Wooden Doormat. Continue to 7 of 25 below.
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DIY Bathtub Tray. Continue to 8 of 25 below. Serving Tray. Continue to 9 of 25 below. Decorative Earring Holder. Continue to 10 of 25 below. DIY Lawn Dice. Continue to 11 of 25 below. Cute Wooden Key Holder. Continue to 12 of 25 below. DIY Candle Holder. Continue to 13 of 25 below. Basic Cutting Board. Continue to 14 of 25 below. First just cut out little circles of the plywood board using a hole saw. Glue the circles together, clamp them and wait for the glue to set.
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Afterwards just sand the candle holders and drill a hole where the tea light could sit in. If you have the tools and some scrap plywood, you can give this DIY project a try this weekend.
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It will literally take just a few hours! Project credit: beyondthepicket-fence. Imagine how you could surprise your spouse in the weekend by bringing breakfast to bed on a serving tray made by you. However, this project comes with a twist…. This particular tray is made using reclaimed barn wood but the author of the project Beyond The Picket Fence surprised everyone with one fact: reclaimed barn wood has often some areas turned pink due to cow urine.
Using reclaimed wood for food serving tray is completely safe though if you sand the surface and seal it with food safe finishing products. Project credit: abeautifulmess. Wood glue can replace it just as well! The tutorial has just 11 steps and the finished sofa sleeve will look simply great on your sofa. No more microwaving that coffee! Project credit: vintagerevivals. You like puzzles?
You love pine? And you are in a desperate need for new flooring? This awesome flooring is made using small triangles that create a cool geometric pattern when put together. The absolute hardest step is cutting the triangles which need to have 30 and degree angles.
Though cutting the triangles is not really tough, you do need to have patience and accuracy — it can be a bit repetitive. If this flooring is used in the hallway, it will be a real showstopper! All that effort is worth it! Project credit: itallstartedwithpaint. This nifty bath caddy tutorial is perfect for all bath lovers. You can just relax and enjoy your bath without having the fear of your phone accidentally falling in the bathwater. If you already have some reclaimed wood, then this project will barely cost anything. Friendly on your wallet and comfy for bath time — this is a great combo! Project credit: things2do.
Bird houses are usually the first projects you tackle when you start with woodworking, so this DIY bird feeder project is the perfect weekend project. Once the bird feeder is ready, just fill it with seeds and use the rope to hang it on a tree branch. Those little birdies never have to stay hungry now, all thanks to your DIY skills! Project credit: ellaclaireinspired. This rustic candle holder works amazingly as a centerpiece, especially during holidays. Imagine that gorgeous candle holder on the table beside Christmas decorations…. As all other projects in this list, building the candle holder is easy-peasy.
Just find a cedar board that you like, then mark and drill the holes. What makes this project even cooler is the creative freedom you have. You can align the holes whichever way you like — what matters is that you like the result and it fits your dining table! Project credit: momtastic. Do you remember those happy moments from your childhood when you went to the park and your mom or dad swung you?
Ryan Foy introduced this great tutorial for a tree swing that fits both the kids and adults, so you could feel like a child again! Besides the project being so easy that all you need to do is drill a few holes, the finished swing looks great too! If you follow the step-by-step tutorial and tie strong knots, this swing should nicely support up to pounds.
Why not build one swing for each member of your family? Project credit: hertoolbelt. We are continuing the list with another fun tutorial, this time for an oversized Tic Tac Toe game. Not only is the game fun, this is a perfect idea for a Christmas present, especially if you paint little Christmas icons on the wooden blocks just like on the image above.
The tutorial also explains how to build the tray for the blocks. Project credit: prodigalpieces. Are you a dog lover or a cat person? Then this tutorial is exactly your cup of tea.
Larissa from Prodigal Pieces built this cozy dog bed that you could easily make for your little four-legged pal as well. The tutorial also features instructions for building the custom cushion. Though this bed is made for a rather small dog, you can actually customize the project to fit your pet — no matter how big or small your furry friend might be. Project credit: cherishedbliss.
This adorable pencil holder fixes that problem once and for all. Not only is it practical, it looks great on the desk, especially when you decorate it with something meaningful like it has been done in this particular project. Only tool you are going to need is a drill. After drilling you can decorate the pencil holder with scrapbook paper and Mod Podge and apply a sticker on the paper, but as with any DIY project, you can feel free to decorate it according to your taste. The end result will definitely look dashing! You just got to love scrap wood projects.
Similar wooden houses like these have been sold even in Etsy before, but you can bet these DIY decorations will cost you a lot less — they cost virtually nothing! In this project you can just go completely wild and use all kinds of wood bits you have laying around, no matter the size or angle. In fact, the quirkier they look, the cooler! Why not include kids as well and let them paint an entire village?
That will be one afternoon well spent! Magazines have one bad habit — they tend to pile up in your home and they are usually scattered around the house. So what to do about this mess? Build this simple magazine holder, of course! No glue, no screws, nothing. The pieces are meant to fit nicely into each other, forming an x-shape. What we love about this project is not only the simplicity of making it, but the minimalistic look it has. If you want to fancy it up, you can of course use some color too. Project credit: diynetwork. This project features reclaimed wood, giving the perfect rustic and homey look to the picture frame.
This could actually be a great project for refining your woodworking skills as a beginner! Project credit: passionshake. Though the idea behind the project is so easy, these little picture holders actually look amazing and fit perfectly to a modern home. Are you constantly working in your bed with laptop? This folding lap desk is the perfect solution for modern lifestyle and makes your life tons easier! Jen from The House of Wood presented this cool idea as her contribution to the one-board challenge. The project might be a little intimidating for those without tons of woodworking experience under their belt, but Jen makes the project easy for everyone, as always!
Project credit: thekimsixfix. Could it get any more perfect? Other than that, the detailed tutorial makes it incredibly easy to replicate this cool desk organizer yourself! As a final touch, you can paint the organizer with your favorite colors — just to give it a nice finished look. Project credit: chloelarkin.
The minimalistic look comes from using untreated pine and assembling the wooden pieces in a clever simple way. A bit of wood, screws, a drill and 15 minutes — this is a wonderful project for a Saturday afternoon. Project credit: rogueengineer. Are you looking for a memorable and unique wedding gift? A wedding wine box is a trendy gift, but making one yourself makes the gift simply so much personal. Project credit: newblooming.