Creative Plywood DIY Projects

Creative Plywood Projects @Remodelaholic

We have had a BLAST exhausting ourselves with plywood projects for this week’s Plywood Pretty shebang. Thanks for playing along, and if you’ve been building this week or inspired by something you’ve seen here, show off your work by submitting a brag post here

Here are some of our favorites from the link party: 

Barn doors don’t have to be rustic! Paper Daisy Design built this modern barn door for her closet. 

Plywood Projects, Contemporary Barn Door Paper Daisy Design

Plywood is great for structural projects, but also for that lovely shiplap texture! Brooklyn Berry added shiplap to her kitchen island. 

Plywood Projects, Shiplap Island Brooklyn Berry Designs

No more lost keys! Saved by Scottie made this easy key holder. 

Plywood Projects, Key Holder Savedbyscottie

Get organized! Our House Now a Home made this great shoe organizer shelf. 

Plywood Projects, Shoe Organizer Ourhousenowahome

And don’t forget, plywood is a great project base, too, like this driftwood art by Sustain my Craft Habit

Plywood Projects, Driftwood Wall Art Sustainmycrafthabit

If you missed it, be sure to check out all the amazing projects from our Plywood Pretty Challenge as well:

The #PlywoodPretty Challenge: Create anything with plywood. One condition: It has to be amazing. 12 new plywood tutorials for home decor and organizing.


outdoor sectional sofa | Remodelaholic
mini barn door for a crawl space | The Cofran Home
handlettered “hello” sign | Lemon Thistle
easy TV tray | Practical and Pretty
rolling storage drawers | Happy Go Lucky
mid-century modular lego table | The Created Home
entryway bench | Woodshop Diaries
farmhouse sign | Our Crafty Mom
mid-century daybed | Paper Daisy Design
produce bins | Anika’s DIY Life
plywood accent wall | Diva of DIY
kids chairs with storage | Our House Now a Home

And check out all the other projects linked up below, too! Happy #PlywoodPretty Week! 

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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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