16 Ways To Get Creative With Plywood Furniture
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Fold-Down Plywood Desks Where Space is LimitedA company in Amsterdam invented these ingenious desks for their limited office space, but they'd also be great in a kids' room.Bonus: The light, natural color palette of this plywood furniture helps make a small space look bigger.
Check out these other ideas for how to make a room seem larger.Photo: Courtesy of Studio SlotStacked Plywood TableConstructed of layered plywood and shaped with graceful curves, this plywood table adds a touch of traditional elegance to a home office.
Cutting curves like these is a breeze with the right techniques and tools.Photo: Courtesy of Imgur Plywood Kids' ChairDesigned for kids, this chair made of Douglas fir plywood features leather arms and feet.
With its high-gloss finish and sturdy construction, it's both stylish and indestructible.Photo: Courtesy of M.Crow Minimalist Plywood Shelf HeadboardA plywood headboard? You bet.For a clean, industrial look, start with a full sheet of plywood.
Then it's a cinch to add floating shelves when you can attach them with screws through the back of the headboard.But before you begin, are you using the right kind of drill bit for the job?Photo: Courtesy of Mr.
Kate Stackable ShelvesBaltic birch plywood forms the beautiful bones of this modular shelving, storage and desk unit.Build it yourself for less than $500 with these complete plans.Birch Plywood Coffee Table with Hairpin LegsStare at it long enough and the layers threaded through this graceful tabletop begin to resemble the rings of a tree.
But it's not a cross-section of a tree trunk—it's a sheet of the ever-versatile birch plywood, shaped with gentle contours into a coffee table.The hairpin legs add a dash of mid-century style to this attractive plywood furniture.
Here are five more easy furniture projects using hairpin legs.Photo: Courtesy of Coffee Table Dude Easy, Affordable and Stylish Plywood NightstandThe large hinged door on the front of this DIY nightstand conceals a compartment for books and magazines.
If you can measure, drill a hole and drive in a screw, you can build this nightstand.Photo: Courtesy of Definery Co.Plywood Bedframe Dressed Up with MoldingFor a classic look, add molding to a plywood bedframe.
Cutting trim isn't so tough once you know how, and you can get the plan for this design—as well as a full shopping list—from the Home Depot blog.Photo: Courtesy of The Home Depot Floating Corner BookcaseThis bookcase wraps inside a corner for an Escher-like feel.
The plywood shelves are mounted onto the wall with invisible supports.Learn the tricks to making floating shelves.Photo: Courtesy of Projeto Paraguai Plywood Rocker/ReclinerKick back in this plywood recliner/rocker you can make yourself from a single sheet of plywood.
Be sure to protect it from the elements—choose the right exterior sealer or paint.Photo: Courtesy of Make: Magazine Scando Mid-Century Plywood Coffee TableWith its flowing lines and compelling curves, this plywood coffee table is a faithful reproduction of an iconic 1961 Scandinavian design.
Its five coats of polyurethane finish gives it a smooth, satiny protective sheen.See these expert tips on how to achieve this beautiful, flawless finish.Photo: Courtesy of Kardiel DIY Modern Plywood SofaThe frame for this super-simple couch is made entirely from layers of plywood glued together.
It comes apart into two pieces for easier handling up and down stairways.You'd be doing a lot of gluing for this project, so check out these tips for how to make things stick.Photo: Courtesy of HomeMade Modern Industrial Pipe-and-Plywood BookcaseSupported by iron pipes, these large open plywood boxes lend an airy feel to a room while creating massive space for books and objets d'art.
Learn how to make plywood boxes like these.Photo: Courtesy of Sfina Workshop A Bent Plywood Chair You Can Make YourselfWant to try your hand at making an iconic bent plywood chair? Check out this prize-winning DIY project.
You'll need a lot of clamps! Here's how to make the most of the clamps you have.Photo: Courtesy of Instructables Modern Table Sculpted from Scraps of PlywoodWhat else can you say about this console table besides, "Wow!" The craftsman who envisioned and built this work of art sought to highlight plywood's interesting symmetrical grain.
He got the result he wanted, he says, "with a lot of glue and clamping" and shaping with a bandsaw.Never used a bandsaw? Learn how here.Photo: Courtesy of Custom Made...