Spring is here, it is the perfect time to give your boring backyard a fresh look. Let’s get started with the DIY outdoor furniture projects. They can be very fun and easy to make. These ideas are a great way to spice up your yard and make it more entertaining and fun, there’s no need to stress yourselves over outdoor furniture anymore cause now you can make your own one in no time. Check out the ideas below!
Beverage Bar Station
This vintage door makes a wonderful beverage station, complete with bottle opener and shelves for holding loads of drinks. This would be the perfect addition to any deck or porch and it’s a really easy DIY project. If you don’t have an old door to use, check with your local thrift stores or flea markets.
Pallet Swing Bed
This hanging daybed sofa is made to fit a twin-sized mattress. With sturdy rope hangers, this sofa makes a charming Southern-style accent to your backyard. Kids will especially love to relax on it. They may even take an outdoor nap.
What better way to rid your yard of those unsightly stumps than to turn them into stools? These stump stools may not cost you anything if you have a few rather large logs lying around. You’ll just have to level them up and add your cushioning to make them comfortable.
These toadstools are really adorable and believe it or not, they’re made from old wooden salad bowls. Now, if you don’t have any wooden salad bowls, you can pick them up at many thrift stores for very little cash. Then, you clean, paint and otherwise turn those salad bowls into the cutest toadstools ever for your backyard.
Vintage Milk Jug Side Table
Vintage milk jugs are great for a number of DIY projects. This side table idea may just be my favorite. Not only are these easy to make, they give you that great rustic farmhouse look. You can find milk jugs at most flea markets and thrift stores.
Built In Cooler Patio Table
This patio table has an extra handy feature: built-in ice boxes. The ice boxes make your table an inviting place to sit on a hot day. The ice boxes can also be covered when they are not in use. This table makes a great place for the family to gather.
This reclining chaise is another great way to bring resort style to your back yard. The angled shape is simple to achieve using a miter saw. Use cedar boards in your project for a durable and attractive chaise that will last for many seasons of outdoor enjoyment.
Pallets Coffee Table
Pallets make this DIY coffee table easy to construct. What sets this table apart from the basic pallet design is the stained top. This gives the table an individual style. The table is on wheels so it can easily be moved between seating areas on your patio.
This aluminum chair is the right furniture to enliven your garden. By using paracord and macrame cord in varying colors but similar in size, you can create a variety of unique woven motifs. The options is unlimited.
Comfy Porch Sitting
This outdoor day bed provides much needed lounging space for a party or a quiet afternoon. Using a combination of new wood and reclamation, you can build a special seating area to fill an empty corner. To add the comfort, you can throw as many as cushions that you like.