15 Unique Pieces of Furniture You Can Easily Build Yourself


Need new furniture for your home? Instead of buying expensive furniture from the market, consider making your own!

15 Unique Pieces of Furniture You Can Easily Build Yourself

Making your own furniture is not only fun but also cost effective. What’s more you are the one who decides about the design, the size and the color so you can be sure that it will fit your space and your needs.

For people on limited budgets, or for those who enjoy making things with their own hands, we have compiled a list of 15 unique pieces of furniture that are simple and efficient, but also functional and impressive.






1. Pallet Kitchen Island

Pallet Kitchen Island

Maximize any kitchen space—cramped or capacious—by building a custom kitchen island to fit all of your needs.

DIY instructions: Six Seeds


2. Shelf Ledge

Shelf Ledge

Make a simple shelf ledge from two pieces of wood, and some screws.

DIY instructions: DIY in PDX


3. Hanging Table

Hanging Table

The hanging table is not only cool looking but an awesome space saver!

DIY instructions: Angela Marie Made






4. Rolling Bookshelf

Rolling Bookshelf

The beautiful open design allows the piece to complement any space without overpowering it.

DIY instructions: Craftsman Drive


5. Hairpin Leg Entryway Table

hairpin leg entryway table

Create a DIY hairpin leg entryway table that is perfect for small spaces. This table is inviting with a modern and minimalistic style.

DIY instructions: The Casual Craftlete


6. Blanket Ladder

Create a simple, coastal-inspired blanket ladder with driftwood pieces and copper clamps.

DIY instructions: Sustain My Craft Habit


7. Rustic X Coffee Table

Rustic X Coffee Table

This large, sturdy table is sure to be a conversation starter and will get compliments left and right.

DIY instructions: Ana White


8. Storage Bench

Storage Bench

This bench is perfect if you want to store some things. It gives you a place to not only sit and relax but to stay organized as well.

DIY instructions: Sand and Sisal






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