Driftwood Decor: 10 Easy DIYs

Welcome to another edition of my nautical decor series! Over the past several weeks, I’ve shared how to decorate with starfish, anchors, rope, and sailboats. And last week, I shared some pretty creative tutorials to make your own faux coral, seashells and driftwood.  Driftwood is today’s focus!

 

Driftwood Decor: 10 Easy DIYs

Driftwood is another big home decor trend you’ve no doubt seen in stores and catalogs. There’s so many ways you can use and display this material. You can make what you see in the stores. And I bet yours will look even better!

Driftwood!

Smaller size driftwood pieces make up this rustic star, which can fit into your displays year-round!

Make Your Own Driftwood Star Easily! | Michelle Paige
Make Your Own Driftwood Star Easily | Michelle Paige

Hunt for driftwood by the sea and at lakes. This decorative orb was made with lake driftwood!.

Driftwood Orb Tutorial | Creative in Chicago
Driftwood Orb Tutorial | Creative in Chicago

Use driftwood as the decoration with decorative stamping in colors to match your decor!

Stamped Driftwood DIY | The Country Chic Cottage
Stamped Driftwood | The Country Chic Cottage
Large driftwood pieces turn a discount store mirror into coastal wall decor!
Pottery Barn’ish Driftwood Mirror DIY | Domestically Speaking
Pottery Barn’ish Driftwood Mirror DIY | Domestically Speaking
Cost for this driftwood candle project? A day at the beach + $2 for the glass from a thrift store = priceless!
Driftwood Candle Holder Tutorial | Dakota Creek Chic
Driftwood Candle Holder Tutorial | Dakota Creek Chic

What makes this driftwood fish art stand out? How about the driftwood pallet background? Oh, and this project takes less than 15 minutes to make!

Driftwood Fish Art DIY | The Space Between
Driftwood Fish Art DIY | The Space Between
There’s so many ways you could style this beautifully rustic crate. And just think: all of the gorgeous distressing was done by the sea!
Driftwood Crate DIY | Homeroad
Driftwood Crate DIY | Homeroad

What a pretty way to add a nautical touch to an arrangement of fresh flowers!

Driftwood Vase Tutorial | Simplicity in the South
Driftwood Vase Tutorial | Simplicity in the South
The unique shells on this driftwood wreath are the proverbial icing on the cake!
Driftwood and Seashell Wreath Tutorial | Creative Passage
Driftwood and Seashell Wreath Tutorial | Creative Passage
This driftwood heart art, by Simplicity in the South who also made the vase above, would make a great gift to celebrate a wedding, an anniversary or Valentine’s Day!
Driftwood Heart Art (A Tutorial) | Simplicity in the South
Driftwood Heart Art DIY | Simplicity in the South
Don’t know where you can get your own driftwood if you aren’t near a beach or lake? Here’s a DIY included in last week’s nautical decor post on how to make your own! (And yes, that is handmade faux driftwood in the picture below!)
Make Your Own Driftwood Tutorial | Craftiments
Make Your Own Driftwood | Craftiments

Here’s links to the other posts in this series:

Starfish Decor: 10 Easy DIYs

Nautical Anchor Decor: 10 Easy DIYs

Nautical Rope Decor: 10 Easy DIYs

Sailboat Decor: 10 Easy DIYs

DIY Sea Life: 10 easy ways to make faux seashells, coral, driftwood and more!

Seashell Decor: 10 Easy DIYs


Comments

  1. says

    Oh Laura you are amazing me with all your beautiful nautical/beach round-ups. There is just so much inspiration here! Pinned! xo

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  3. says

    This is such a fun roundup! Thanks so much for the resource. I really would love to do the heart! Finding the driftwood is the hardest thing. Even though I live on the shore, there isn’t that much driftwood to be found. It’s fun looking, though. 🙂 Thanks for sharing. Linda craftsalamode.com

    • says

      So glad you enjoyed this roundup, Linda! Not sure if you saw my previous post in this nautical series I’ve been doing, but it includes a way to actually make your own faux driftwood! (The link is at the end of my post, above.) Hope this helps so that you can make the heart!