Today I’m sharing 10 DIY projects that you can make with 2x4s. Each project is a full how-to tutorial so you can make these too!
10 DIY Projects You Can Build with 2x4s
From picnic tables to curtain rod shelves to outdoor tables, check out these amazing DIY projects made from 2x4s. Not only are they creative but they are cost-effective too! Each project is linked to the how-to tutorial with all the details on how they used these 2x4s.
I can't believe this beautiful pumpkin decor was made from 2x4s! Cindy from DIY Beautify did an amazing job with these creative, festive 2x4 porch pumpkins. Find out how you can make these rustic porch pumpkins too!
Here's another fun 2x4 project for fall! Sarah from Creative Ramblings made this stunning fall wood sign from 2x4s and vinyl. Her wood signs are awesome, and this 2x4 sign no exception - be sure to check out her DIYs.
We made this fun sand and water table from 2x4s! Water tables and sand boxes are always such a hit with kids, so we combined those concepts into this fun table. It fits two large plastic containers, for ease of use.
My friend Stephanie from Abbotts at Home made this gorgeous color block table using 2x4s! Isn't it beautiful?! Her DIYs are so fun and artistic, and this is definitely one of my favorites. Who knew 2x4s could be so pretty?!
This one is show-stopper for sure! Christina from The Frugal Homemaker made this farmhouse outdoor table from 2x4s and it cost less than $60! It's absolutely stunning, and the price tag on this is nothing short of amazing.
Danielle from DIY Danielle made this creative outdoor dog cabana with 2x4s. It's so adorable and perfect for pups (or kids) who need shade outside. I love creative DIY, and Danielle has so many of them!
I've never thought of putting a shelf above my curtains - but wow, such a great idea! Kenya from Kenya Rae shows you exactly how to make this simple and efficient DIY window shelf. Perfect if you need more space or love to decorate.
Such creative ideas, right?!
So get on your way to Home Depot, grab some 2x4s, and start building!
You’ll save money, and create something pretty cool with construction lumber.