Outdoor furniture can be very expensive if you purchase it new. Today I am sharing 48 cheap and easy DIY Outdoor Furniture Ideas that you can do to update and upgrade your outdoor space.
It’s no secret, I love a good DIY project. I get a sense of satisfaction from building or altering something to make it beautiful and purposeful for my home.
More than once my Mom has said to me “why don’t you just buy new?” And my answer to that is why buy new and spend a bunch of money when I can take what I already have, or something inexpensive, and make it look new! I save so much money!!!
This has been my mindset for most things in my home. Today I want to share with you some amazing DIY projects that you can do to make your home amazing without spending a ton of money.
With the weather getting warmer, backyard party season is upon us and this is the perfect party cart for holding all your drinks, cups, ice, and chips and dip at your next party. It started out as a potting bench and I’m showing you How to Turn a Potting Bench into a Party Cart with just a few easy steps.
Have you ever tried to find a nice and sturdy picnic table, fit for a large family, plus guests, that will look good, last a long time, and won’t break the bank? It ain’t easy! That's why I decided to build one and am sharing all the details here fo you!
It officially feels like summer at our house. And now that we are spending most of our time outside, we needed a bit more seating for our patio. Since we are loving our outdoor sofa, I decided to make some kids chairs to match.
My sister asked if I would be able to make her a pallet daybed for her entertainment area. She wanted the daybed to be big enough for 2 people to sit comfortably on and wanted it to be sturdy. Her entertainment area is sheltered but when we get heavy rain it does get wet. That is why she chose to have the daybed made from pallets.
This DIY modern outdoor sectional couch is perfect for summer evenings with friends or winter evenings around the fire. The modern design is simple and functional and saves hundreds of dollars compared to buying one online.
This table was one of the freebies I was given. I had no idea at first what to do with it because the top was so damaged and the end had been cut off. But it was such a good size I decided to make a trough table out of it.
Make this quick and beautiful DIY outdoor table with concrete cinder blocks for your patio. Simple DIY outdoor table designs with a chic, industrial look at a fraction of the cost of typical outdoor furniture.
As part of my mom’s patio update, we built this easy DIY outdoor table. I know a lot of people get intimidated by dining tables because of their size, but this project really is pretty straightforward. There aren’t any angles to cut, so it’s a great beginner-friendly table.
Paint is the easiest and cheapest way to update your old furniture. Which is why I decided to spray paint my boring beige patio table and chairs as part of my deck makeover. Learning how to paint outdoor metal furniture has definitely had a big impact on my outdoor decor.
Enjoy the warm, beautiful weather with family and friends this summer with this budget saving diy outdoor table. We show you how to build this herringbone patio table with step-by-step instructions, free plans, alternatives, and handy list of tools.
I was searching around on Pinterest and stumbled upon a ledge added to the deck railing. This served as my inspiration for this DIY flip up deck bar that we added to our deck railing. I decided I wanted ours to be a flip up deck bar and not a permanent ledge. I liked the idea of dropping it down when it was not being used and also in the winter.
Hey friends, I’m so excited. Exhausted but excited. You see I did a marathon build session yesterday creating this fantastically simple but beautiful Modern 2×4 Bench Tutorial. Let me show you how, and I finished it in just 5 hours!
How to make a DIY small folding portable table. Make and take this mini portable beach table anywhere, it fits in a small beach bag and keeps your drinks and snacks off the ground. Best of all, this lightweight tiny table is easy to make and use!