4 Reclaimed and Scrap Wood Projects (Friday Features + Link Party)

Is it feeling like fall where you are? It’s still un-fall warm here, but I can’t complain too much (yet! 😉 because it’s nice to be able to enjoy our yard and get some more projects done before the icy cold descends upon us. After a busy summer of projects, we always have a good-sized scrap pile, so this week, I thought I’d share some projects that can be made from reclaimed wood and scrap wood — see more great projects at the party below, and don’t forget to add yours! (And if you don’t have a blog to share your projects on, feel free to message us on Facebook with your project instead or tag #imaremodelaholic on Instagram)

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Reclaimed and Scrap Wood Projects

The farmhouse rustic look is a great style right now — and perfect for using old rough wood! Seeking Lavender Lane made this cute message board with pallet wood.

rustic farmhouse pallet wood and chicken wire message board Seeking Lavender Lane

Using wood in a variety of tones is a great way to add some texture and character to a space. Real Happy Space made this wood wall art from some craft wood, but it would be great for scraps or wood shims, too! And you could always add some color like this if that’s more your style 😉

scrap wood wall art Real Happy Space

Shutters make a window look so much better — Simply Vintageous made hers out of fence wood. (We used new wood and a different style here, if you’re looking for some options.)

wood shutters from fence posts Simply Vintageous

The folks at DIY Passion made these cute dimensional city and beach signs using some scrap wood — I love the city skyline!

painted scrap wood signs DIY Passion

Now it’s your turn — link up and share your best projects, builds, decorations, upcycles — all your home projects, we want to see! 🙂

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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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