When you think about Plywood you usually don’t picture fabulous diy projects in your mind do you? Well think again my friends…this super inexpensive piece of wood can truly work wonders. So today we have put together a collection of 16 Farmhouse Projects You Can Builds With Plywood and I have a feeling you are going to find them very impressive and WAAAAY Budget friendly. Who knows…you next DIY Project could be right here waiting for you. So pour yourself a cup of something tasty…sit back…relax for a bit and check these DIYS out! Remember friends…the type that is bold and blue is a direct link to the featured blog : ) ENJOY and of course CREATE!!!
How much do you love this fabulous Farmhouse Armoire. It was made by the girls over at Shanty 2 Chic following this wonderful plan by the one and only Ana White. Can you believe it is made with Plywood!
Come and see the Farmhouse Magic a door and some plywood can create over at Jennifer Squires Blog. I love the look of the door…a subtle Farmhouse Flair. You can also paint the door in a multitude of colors or even stain! Ah the possibilities and money saved.
If you have dreamed about a wooden Farmhouse Floor but the budget doesn’t allow it…I do believe that this fabulous tutorial over at Remodelando la Casa. There is a spot on tutorial waiting for you.
This gorgeous Becca Trunk is waiting to be made by you over at Ana White’s. What a great piece this would be as a coffee table or just about any where in your Farmhouse Home. Who knew plywood could be so farmtastic!
Here is a very simple DIY for you that you can use to frame just about any piece of artwork you want to hang. It’s rustic wood look will compliment the Farmhouse Style instantly. Just think how many items you can get on the wall in style for a fraction of the cost of frames. Plywood is a handy supply and a cost effective one also. Come and see how it is done over at Average Inspired!
If you are looking to add a little touch of glam to a fabulous Plank Wall…Houseologie is going to show you how. From cutting the Plywood strips to cover the wall to adding a touch of Gold Studs…you are going to love this wall. Perfect for a feature wall! Enjoy and Create.
Now here is a DIY Plywood Project that looks so high end and it comes with a spot on tutorial from Vintage Revivals…it is for a $90 DIY Plywood Waterfall Countertop. Just think how you could adapt this DIY to different spaces in your home…LOVE IT!
Are you a Fixer Upper Fan? Do you adore Shiplap? Is your budget a little tight? Does shiplapping an entire room for $150 sound great! If you answered yes…yes…yes…and yes… you need to hop on over to Always Rooney and check out this Plywood Shiplap DIY. You can adapt this tutorial to your needs and trust me…you will be smiling when it is all done…it will be like Chip and Joanna stopped by for a day! Enjoy!
If you have a day…some plywood…a bit of mdf and some supplies…this gorgeous barn door could be yours in a day. When you visit Make It & Love It you will find the How To for this fun farmhouse door. Once again…the color…the paint treatment or stain is all up to you!
I am totally in love with these Candle Holders over at The House of Wood. Jen is going to show you how you can take plywood…form it into circles…press them together and form incredible candle holders. I love that she use a battery run tea light…that way…no worries about anything catching fire. The Candle Holders have a great Farmhouse Look and you can also use a pickling method or a light coat of stain to tailor your Farmhouse Personality. Snatch up this DIY…these also make pretty amazing gifts!
Did your Farmhouse loving heart skip a beat when you saw this incredible DIY Wooden Vent Hood. Doesn’t it look sensational? Well you can find out how to make a beauty like this one with plywood over at Shanty 2 Chic. Plywood is truly a great thing and it could not be more budget friendly!
Nothing like a wonderful handmade sign to express your Farmhouse Style. With plywood as your base…Christing from Christina’s Adventures is going to show you how to make this large piece of wall art. Perfect for a covered porch or over the mantle…on a feature wall…anywhere you want to add a touch of Farmhouse. Come and see how simple it is to make.
No one said that a Farmhouse Plywood project had to be big…sometimes the best comes in small packages…like these amazing Plywood Scraps turned Distressed Number Tabs. Just think of all the baskets that are waiting for these to have hanging off them. Get organized in Farmhouse Style and each one of the tags will cost you mere pennies! Come and see how easy these are to make over at Little House of Four!
With a weekend…some plywood…some supplies…this incredible DIY Shoe Organization Rack with Farmhouse Style can be yours. When you visit Our House Now A Home…the tutorial will be waiting for you. What a great piece this is!
Larissa over at Prodigal Pieces combines some Plywood and 2 and 3X4’s to make this Farmhouse Wooden Storage Bin that every Farmhouse Kitchen would love to have in it. As always Larissa explains perfectly how to create this beauty. I do believe that every kitchen needs one of these!
Now when you are all done with these DIY projects you most probably will have left over Plywood Scraps and if you do…you just might want to make some of these Farmhouse Cuties with the leftovers. Come and visit Larissa and she will show you how to create this BAAAAUTIFUL little creatures! ENJOY!
Check out this Industrial Farmhouse Kids Bookshelf over at Cherished Bliss. With a few supplies…some plywood and time…your kids will have a home for all their precious books!
As always here at The Cottage Market we would like to send out tons of APPAWS and APPLAUSE to all of our blogger friends for sharing their talents and creativity with us! We want them to know that they are appreciated and loved. You are going to adore exploring their blogs for more outstanding DIY’s and inspiration. As always…ENJOY & CREATE!
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Diane Hudson says
Love ALL the projects! Thanks for the inspiring ideas!
What a fabulous roundup! Who knew plywood was so versatile! Thanks for sharing one of my projects, too!