We’re in the middle of a beautiful summer, where everything outside is inspiring us to transform everything inside. The popularity of reclaimed wood and shabby chic decor has grown throughout the past few years and our nature inspired wood panels can help achieve this look. Here are a few of our favorite projects for every skill level.

Windowsill

The windowsill is an easy project you can make with a few leftover mywoodwall™ panels and it can totally transform the aesthetic of any room. All you need is a few panels, a saw to cut the panels to size and a few of your favorite plants. First, measure the windowsill and cut panels to size. Once you have measured, “peel and press” the panels to a clean and level surface. Finally, add your plants and voila, you have a brand new windowsill everyone will love!

Candle Holders  

From the beautiful sunny weather in the day, to campfires at night, summertime has no shortage of magical lighting. Try making these shabby chic candle holders with either wax or LED tea lights for budget-friendly lighting all year long. Grab your tools and follow along with our easy step-by-step guide here.

Stencil Art

Reclaimed wood decor is everywhere on Pinterest and Instagram. This is because it not only looks great, but it’s an environmentally friendly way to get that shabby chic aesthetic. The best part is, you don’t have to be an artist to follow along with our easy how-to guide.

Indoor Basketball Hoop

If you find that you have a few leftover panels from your mywoodwall™ install, don’t throw them away. You can recycle and reuse the material to create an indoor basketball hoop for your space. Follow our step-by-step guide for endless indoor entertainment!
Are you as excited to make these DIY wood projects as we are? Imagine how great these will look in your home and how much fun it’s going to be making them! What are you waiting for? Grab your tools and get started!

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