DIY Wood Wall Art for Unique Home Decor
Love the feeling of making something yourself? Create custom decor for your home with one of these DIY wood wall art projects.
There’s something awesome about making a substantial piece of decor for your home. Whether it be something for the wall, to sit on a mantel or table . . . I just love making my own decorations. Especially out of wood! And nothing gives that substantial feel to your decor like wood wall art.
Add a pop of color to your home with this simple modern, wooden wall art. Learn how to make it with scrap wood using this tutorial.
If you have some scraps laying around, this DIY wood sign is the perfect home decor item to make with them. So easy to personalize! Great for rustic or farmhouse decor.
This DIY wood wall art is easy to make with scrap plywood! This design mimics the pattern on a stenciled tile floor, bringing the whole look together.
Use this simple tutorial to make thankful wall art that you can keep up all year! This Thanksgiving sign is easy to create and can be customized.
Add this easy "forever and always" wall art to an existing gallery wall - it's simple yet makes a big statement! Customize in any color.
This blessed and grateful DIY Thanksgiving wood sign is a perfect compliment to your holiday decor. It’s very EASY to make – great for farmhouse or rustic style!
Learn to make this creative and stunning DIY wood wall art using gold wire. It’s like embroidery on wood with a feather design - and so easy to make.
There are so many things at the hardware store that can be used for other than their original intention. That's exactly what Jen has done with veneer edge banding! I love how it looks woven as wall art. You're going to move her tutorial.
Do you love your city? If so, this wood skyline is the perfect piece of wall art! Gail made it out of fence boards, which is genius. I want to make one of my own. I wonder which city I should choose?
For this project, Sam challenged herself to use some leftover plywood and reclaimed pallet wood to create an adorable set of diamond shape wood wall art pieces. I love the results, and can think of many ways to customize to make it my own.
Share your love of travel with this unique "ready to roll" camper wood pallet art! It didn't cost us much to make - the pallets were free.
Mandi was inspired to make this wall art by some wood mosaic tiles she saw! She used 2" wood blocks along with a rigid board and some stains to make this unique wall art. I love the results!
Sarah's inspiration for this project was vintage park poster, and the end result is super cool! I love the layers in her wood wall art, the mountain shape of course, and the colors.
Katie was inspired by southwest style to make this unique wood wall art - and I love it! You'll need a miter saw, but all the cuts are straight. If you know how to use basic tools, you'll easily be able to make this.
Wall art has the potential to entirely transform a room. Art is also personal, tough for the average person to commit to . . . and can be very intimidating. Jennifer will show you a super fun way to add some character to a room with just a sheet of plywood!
Get your instagrams printed out and turn them into wall art with the help of some paint and wood blocks! You'll use decoupage medium to attach the photos.
If you've never tried woodburning before, this is a great place to start! Make monogram wood wall art using a wood burning tool. This post shows you everything you need to know.
As you are pruning your trees back this spring, gather up the branches to make this wood slice backdrop! It's perfect for decor anywhere in your home, but especially as wood slice wall art. I love it just above the fireplace, don't you?
Tell your story with this unique scrap wood art! David used his favorite graphics from places he’s lived over the years. Very easy to make.
This wood wall art project is so easy to complete and will instantly bring farmhouse style to your home! The best part is that anyone can make wall art like this using a basic stencil and wood reclaimed from a shipping pallet.
Inspired by an Anthropologie installation she saw, Brittni created a three-dimensional piece of wall art that is easy to install and relatively inexpensive to make (the final budget came in under $50).
If you have a blank space on your wall, you might be greatly in need of this world map wood wall art! You can customize it with any colors you like, but I really like the combination of black and stain.
The best part about wall art like this is the dimensional aspect! I love Mandy's string art (very simple) along with the faux flowers. She's got a great video tutorial for you so you can make your own.
You don’t need a fancy die cutter to make subway art! David will show you how to get this distressed subway art using your computer and Mod Podge.
This unique calavera (skull) art was made using recycled pallet wood. Perfect for Dia de Los Muertos, but you can keep it up all year!
If you enjoyed this wooden wall art, I hope you’ll check out these other awesome home decor posts:
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