51. Mini Houses
Do you need the new decor to add some color and fun to your windowsills or mantles? This project is perfect for those odd bits and bobs that you have laying around your woodshop! Adorable mini houses!
52. Rustic Wooden Trays
Perfect for serving snacks to your party guests or bringing your loved one breakfast in bed. With just some scrap wood and scrap leather, you can create your very own rustic serving tray in no time!
53. Rustic Storage Ladder
Such a beautiful way to add extra storage to your bathroom. This scrap wood ladder makes extra room to hang towels or facecloths, and has a useful metal basket to store even more!
54. Scrap Wood Valance
You can use scrap wood to make all sorts of items and you can even use it to frame your house! This beautiful wooden valance creates a romantic feeling to an otherwise boring entrance.
55. Pallet Coat Rack
By simply adding some hooks to an old piece of pallet wood, you can recreate this rustic coat hanger in no time. You should be able to find all the materials needed at thrift stores or in junkyards. This tutorial will help you to dismantle pallets without breaking boards, in case you don’t know how to.
56. Roman Numerical Pallet Clock
I am in love with this big and beautiful antique-looking clock that is made out of scrap pallet wood! It has such a classic feeling to it and is sure to be a centerpiece of your home.
57. Pallet Clock
Another pallet clock idea, this time using the whole recycled pallet! The bright blue against the dark wood gives a fun and fresh feeling that is perfect if you need to add a pop of color to a room.
58. Pallet Pumpkins
Beautiful little pumpkins made out of scrap pallet wood that will give an added feeling of fall. These pumpkins would make great gifts around Thanksgiving time and are really fun to make!
59. Storage Crates
Here’s a useful project! A big crate made out of scrap wood to (hopefully) store all of your kids’ many toys. Keep your house clean and organized with these large toy boxes.
60. Puzzle Table
This is a really cool project! If you have a bunch of old crate wood or pallet wood or anything that’s interesting you could create this unique puzzle table. Each of the planks is attached magnetically and is reversible. You can change the planks around and flip them upside down as you please to always have some change!
61. Industrial Pendant Lamp
This project is a little more advanced but can be a great way to use up spare wood trim. It has a really cool industrial feeling and your guests will definitely be impressed when you tell them you made it yourself.
62. Cook Shelf
A home for your many cookbooks! This cook shelf is absolutely darling. It would look amazing in your kitchen as an extra storage space and inspire you to put your apron on!
63. Address Number Wall Planter
I love all items that serve more than one purpose, so you can bet I fell in love with the address number/planter box project! It has a beautiful rustic feeling with the open wood and is another way to house your succulent friends!
64. Hexagon Wall Planter
A geometrical wall planter that is both modern and rustic. This scrap wood project is easy to make and will really add some “wow” to your walls!
65. Wooden Mail Sorter
This antique feeling mail sorter is so cool! I love it! The vintage feeling and the fun of sorting your mail into these beautiful slots makes getting mail a little more fun.
66. Mini Planter Centerpieces
These planter boxes can be made using any scrap wood you have laying around. They would make wonderful wedding centerpieces by adding numbers to each one to mark the tables.
67. Scrap Wood Bunny Blocks
Perfect for the Easter holidays but can easily be adapted for any event! These bunny blocks are simple to make and perfect for using up the ends of old 2×4’s.
68. Verticle Plant Hanger
How gorgeous is this plant hanger? It looks so beautiful it’s hard to believe that I will be able to make it! But with the easy-to-follow instructions, I am only a little effort away from having my very own handmade verticle garden. This would be perfect to hold kitchen herbs!
69. Arrow Wall Art
If you are trying to achieve that beautiful boho look in your home, you will adore this simple wooden arrow project. It’s great to use up your scrap wood and looks beautiful on the wall.
70. Mug Stand
Whether you need more storage for your mug obsession or you just plain like the look of it, this mug stand is a great beginner’s project! You can make this out of scrap wood and paint it to your desired color.
71. Reclaimed Heart Art
I adore this cool and rustic steampunk heart art! It uses all recycled materials and is perfect to get rid of scrap wood that has painted other interesting textures to it.
72. Wooden Picture Holders
Simple and chic picture holders that will fit anywhere in your home. Extremely easy to make, budget-friendly considering its scrap wood, and completely customizable to match your color scheme.
73. Branch Jewellery Holder
With a scrap piece of wood and some tree branches, you can have fun painting your very own homemade jewelry holder. This is an easy project that you will have fun doing!
74. Bungee Storage
Sometimes your many electronic chords, accessories, and small items can get hard to keep track of. It’s easy to make a mess of your space with all those little items. Not anymore! Grab some scrap wood and some old bungee chords and voila!
75. Colored Planter Box
Here we have another project for a lovely little planter box. This project uses a geometric splash of beautiful color to really brighten it up and make it loud!
76. Wall Organizer
Inspiration to bring some organization to your work desk space. This bright, fun, and colorful wall organizer can be made using scrap wood, old paints, and anything else you want to decorate it with!
77. Wooden Pendants
Why not try whipping up some wooden washers and making these embroidered pendants? They are beautiful and would make wonderful gifts.
78. Wood Stacker Toy
A great way to use up that scrap wood is with this wooden stacker toy project. It is fun for the kids to play with and also educational!
79. Family Name Scrabble Art
Grab those old 2×4 scrap pieces and start counting out the letters of your family member’s names. This unique scrabble art is a beautiful family wall piece to hang in your home.
80. Reading Nook
This adorable little reading nook will inspire your children (and maybe even yourself) to pick up a book and start reading! It’s made from scrap pallet wood and is easier to assemble than it looks!
81. Scrap Pallet Sofa
This lovely sofa is made from refurbished pallet wood! It is a little more advanced but with some effort and a good attitude you can accomplish anything!
82. Rustic Barn Wood Shutter Decor
A lovely mantlepiece decoration could be these handmade barn shutters. By using scrap wood, this project is cost-efficient and looks beautiful in your country style home.
83. Scrap Wood Flower Holders
Beautiful verticle flower display. I love the old wood material mixed with the freshly painted containers. It gives a fresh natural look and would look amazing in any home!
84. Tin Can Pallet Wood Planter
A bright, colorful, and oh so fun way to create a tin can rainbow garden. The scrap wood keeps all the cans in place and adds an extra natural feeling to it.
85. Scrap Pallet Pantry Sign
A beautiful sign to add to your kitchen pantry. This useful item can hold various kitchen items to keep everything organized and clean. It’s easy to make and gives a wonderful rustic feeling.
86. Scrap Wood Storage Container
Here’s a beautiful way to store your many umbrellas, walking sticks, and canes! This storage container is easy to make and is a great way to get rid of some of that old scrap wood you’ve had sitting around!
87. Wood Coat Rack
A shabby chic coat hanger that you can make from scrap wood or old pallets. This coat rack comes equipped with hooks and a shelf for extra space.
88. Boho Window Box
This gorgeous window box just screams boho! The unique and beautiful shades of wood create a natural feeling and it works beautifully to hold plants or other objects.
89. Love Rope Sign
With some scrap wood and some recycled rope, you can create this outstanding Love sign. It looks so fresh and really brings a warm and happy essence to a room.
90. Giant Coasters
This project uses scrap wood from reclaimed gates to create these unique giant coasters. Perfect for coffee and breakfast lovers!
91. Scrap Wood Coffee Toolbox
Rustic and charming, this toolbox will hold all your coffee necessities. Beans, coasters, mugs, sugar, cream, you name it! Easily take your coffee with you from one room to another! This would also make a beautiful gift!
92. Colorful Coat Hook
Add some color to your front entrance by painting some scrap pieces of wood your favorite colors and creating this fun coat rack! Customize the colors to match your own color scheme.
93. Nautical Hang Tags
If you have a lot of smaller wood this could be a good way to use it up. These numbered tags could be perfect for marking table numbers or even to use for your homemade advent calendar. Get creative!
94. Picket Fence Superstar
Now here is a way to use those old picket fence posts to create a whimsical and rustic decorative star. A great piece to display over the fireplace or right on the front door!
95. Scrap Wood Walkway
If you are looking for a way to use some old scrap boards, why not create a new pathway to get across the garden? The different shades of which change from one board to the next gives a beautiful look.
96. Welcome Sign
A warm and friendly welcome sign to greet your guests! This beautiful sign is easier to make than it looks, just follow the step-by-step instructions and you too will have your own rustic welcome sign.
97. Colorful Wood Candle Holders
So bright and so fun! These colorful candle holders will add a burst of color to any plain room that needs some livening up. This is a project that virtually anyone can make and you will have a lot of fun picking out your favorite colors to paint with!
98. Photo Ledge
Recreate this cool and minimalistic photo ledge with scrap wood. Perfect to display your favorite polaroids, records, and posters!
99. Plywood Floor Mirror
If you have some old plywood laying around this would be a great project to use it for. A floor mirror to add to your room with small shelves to hold your makeup, hairbrush, and earrings.
100. Hanging Plant Shelf
This fun project includes sprucing up scrap wood and a little bit of macrame. The result is a beautiful and very useful way to display your plants!
Wrapping up 100 Amazing Scrap Wood Projects
So what did you think? Personally, I loved all of the projects! If only I had enough time to try them all… I would be pretty happy! However, I do have time to try out a few of them if not more. I think I will work on some new plant boxes for all my succulents, maybe a cool new shelving unit, and definitely a new rustic coat rack! What projects will you try?