DIY Reclaimed Wood Projects

Reclaiming wood has been done since the beginning of time. Today, DIYers have a slight obsession with pallet boards an barn boards. These reclaimed wood pieces are perfect for all kinds of home improvement and DIY projects. From DIY decor to practical use items like storage and shelving, reclaimed wood is carving out a place in all of our homes.

Reclaimed Wood & Pallet Wood DIY Projects

I’ve been known to use reclaimed wood for a project or two around the house. When ever I see a pallet being tossed out, I scoop it up and pull it apart. There are six deconstructed pallets in my garage right now, just waiting for me to create something awesome.

Today I’m rounding up some projects from my own blog and projects from around the web. Leave me a comment and tell me which project is your favorite and which one you’re going to build with your reclaimed wood.

Pallet Wood Iced Tea Station

This was a fun reclaimed wood project. Katie and I made this iced tea station from a few pallet boards. It’s a fun and rustic piece where we store our cups and iced tea stash.

DIY Iced Tea Station

Finished Iced Tea Station

Jenga Block Thrift Store Find = DIY Dominoes

This blogger found a sack of Jenga blocks at the thrift store for buck and a quarter and couldn’t pass it up. She’s now addicted to reclaiming Jenga blocks and using them for other purposes, like these Dominoes!

How to make Dominoes from Reclaimed Wood

Reclaimed Blocks to Dominoes


Pallet and Burlap Picture Display

Who knew a few pallet boards and some burlap ribbon would make such a cool picture display? This blogger had a pile of pallets she collected and needed to do something with, but this is unexpected!

Reclaimed Pallet Wood Picture Frame Display

Burlap and Pallet Wood Picture Display

Wood Sailboat from Reclaimed Wood

This is a cute idea for those left over scrap pieces of wood you have laying around. We all have a stack of scrap wood and these sailboats are the perfect project to use them on! Missing the beach, this blogger decided to bring a piece of the beach (or at least some beachy decor) to her home. See how she did it!

DIY Sailboat Crafting Project Using Pallet Wood

DIY Sailboat from Reclaimed Wood

Reclaimed Wood Bench

I built a neat bench from reclaimed wood. We built some stairs and replaced some railings on our deck. We had a pile of left over wood from the construction. The contractor said he’d haul it away for $50. I said – leave it! Then I made a bench with it. I used the scraps and old wood from the deck project to build a pretty cool wood bench.

Upcycled Garden Bench

Reclaimed Wood Bench

DIY Reclaimed Pallet Shelf

This is one project I may have to reproduce. This pallet shelf is really cool looking, and I can think of a few ideas to add my own finishing touch to it. When this blogger got the chance to review this Dremel Tool, she decided to make a shelf – and it came out great!

Upcycled Reclaimed Pallet Wood Shelf

DIY Reclaimed Pallet Wood Shelf

Pallet Wood Raised Garden Beds

Grow your own in these raised garden beds. Costing just a few bucks, this blogger turned unused space into a gardening mecca. For just $10 they built six garden beds and filled them, too!

Raised Garden Beds from Pallet Wood

DIY Pallet Wood Raised Garden Beds

Squirt Gun Organization Station

Keeping those squirt guns organized and put away is always a challenge — until now. Make it fun to put the water guns away with this water gun DIY storage unit made from reclaimed pallet wood. Add a pool noodle and you’ve got a fun pallet project to help keep the squirt guns from being destroyed by the lawn mower!

Water Gun Storage Unit Pallet Project

DIY Pallet Squirt Gun Holder


9 More DIY Reclaimed Wood Projects

  1. DIY Super Hero Blocks
  2. Easy Pallet Wood Welcome Sign
  3. Wood Pallet Headboard
  4. Ribbons and Glue Pallet Art
  5. Precious Wood Hearts Pallet Project
  6. Upcycled Back to School Wood Crafts
  7. 15 Minute Personalized Family Sign
  8. Psalms 118:24 Pallet Artwork
  9. Pallet Wood Recycle Bin

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