9 Cool Wood Projects + November Link Party

Wood is tops on any DIYers list — you can do just about anything with it! So this week for our Friday Favorites from our Remodelaholics Anonymous party, we have 9 great wood projects — some small and easy, some larger but oh-so-worth-it! (You can also see some scrap wood projects here, plus 20+ more wood projects here. We’re kind of a fan of this medium 😉

Leave your links at the party below — happy remodeling!

9 Cool Wood Projects @Remodelaholic

9 Cool Wood Projects

from the Remodelaholics Anonymous link party

Rachel from Queen Bee of Honey Dos used some inexpensive wood strips to make her own wall slat storage system — the tune of $8!

easy inexpensive storage slat wall DIY Queen Bee of Honey Dos

Virginia Sweet Pea turned crates into a great drawer cabinet — this would be perfect for toys or craft supplies!

DIY crate storage cabinet with sliding drawers Virginia Sweet Pea

I love backsplashes with character — this wood herringbone project from DIY Passion has character and is inexpensive, too.

diy wood herringbone backsplash using wood shims DIY Passion

Every porch needs a bench like The Handyman’s Daughter built!

diy porch storage bench The Handyman's Daughter

Got scraps? Turn them into wall art with Dandelion Patina‘s tutorial. (This would be a really fun project to play with color and color wash the wood scraps in fun shades, too!)

rustic arrow art DIY Dandelion Patina

Isn’t this car “garage” in Little Bits of Home’s playroom cute? And the scrap wood village on top is the perfect touch — decor and a toy in one!

toy car storage shelf wall garage with wood block buildings Little Bits of HOme

Didn’t Character and Charm do a great job on their farmhouse table and bench?

diy farmhouse table and bench Character and Charm

The gals over at Plaster and Disaster built a fun modern metal and wood coffee table — be sure to read their tips about making plywood look great for a tabletop!

diy metal and wood coffee table Plaster and Disaster

Okay… maybe this one is stretching the “wood” theme a little bit, since most IKEA products are only wood-like.. but I just love how easy this window seat is! See it over at Techie’s DIY Adventures.

easy diy IKEA hack window seat with storage Techie's DIY Adventures

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Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.

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