10 Easy DIY Barnwood Projects

While we often work with businesses and designers to fulfill giant orders of wood, we also understand that not everyone has such large-scale lumber needs. At Woodstock Vintage Lumber, we can fill any size order: from a single piece of barnwood for a craft project to a full order of tongue and groove flooring. If you are a DIY-er in the Nashville area, come check us out! 

There are an endless number of ways to incorporate reclaimed lumber into your home, but here are a few easy DIY barnwood projects that are sure to add a bit of country charm to any room. 

1. Reclaimed Rope Wall Decor

With a bit of twine and some hot glue, you can easily turn old barnwood into a personalized wall piece. 

2. Candle Holders

These live edge hanging candle holders are perfect as indoor or outdoor wall decor (and are very easy to make!).

3. Vintage Hanging Sign

This homemade entry way sign is the perfect way to welcome guests into any space. What you choose to paint on yours ("Howdy!", "Hey There," "Come On In," "Welcome Y'all," etc...) is entirely up to you! 

4. Coffee Mug Holder

Attach some hooks to a piece of distressed barnwood and you have yourself a rustic (and space-saving!) solution for your overcrowded coffee cup cabinet. 

5. Photo Display

In lieu of traditional picture frames, barnwood makes a great backing to display your favorite photos.

6. Mason Jar Wall Organizer

Once you have your wood, pick up some hose clamps and a few mason jars and you'll be all set create your very own wall organizer.  

7. Towel Rack

This towel rack would look great in a bathroom or kitchen of a farmhouse. Plus, you only need a few materials to complete this easy project.

8. Serving Tray

Ideal for serving food or drinks, this barnwood serving tray is both functional and decorative.

9. Wine Bottle Rack

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The Craftiest Couple

Barnwood and metal spikes are a match made in heaven on this reclaimed wood wine bottle rack. 

10. Mirror Frame

Turn a basic full length mirror into a rustic corner piece by framing it with pieces of barnwood. 

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