Wood Art Challenge

May 17, 2018

You know us, we're big suckers for wood décor. This is why we about fell over when we heard that our blogger friend, Bethany from Reality Daydream, challenged 28 fellow DIYers to craft their own wood art piece.

The rules were simple:

  • Your final piece needs to be square.
  • Must be made primarily out of wood.

And really, that's it. We're not surprised these DIYers ran wild with the challenge, which is why we wanted to highlight just a few of our favorites (though we keep rotating between all of them if we're being totally honest).

Wood and Mirror Geometric 3D Wall Art by Reality Daydream


This illusion art incorporates pieces of mirror strategically placed amongst natural and stained wood. To add dimension to this piece, she used Behlen Solar Lux in Maple Brown. When we say this stain is easy to apply, we really mean it- just wipe it on!


Brick Reclaimed Wood Wreath Hanger by Her Tool Belt


Her Tool Belt raided her barnwood stash to create this reclaimed brick inspired wall art. We love the idea of repurposing something old and making it brand new. Who doesn't love that barn house touch? She even added a seasonal wreath to the front of it to give her home a touch of spring.


Recycled Wood Pallet Project by House Becoming Home


House Becoming Home couldn't resist the challenge and put her cabinet making on hold to step up to the plate. Don't let the design of this one discourage you. This recylced wood pallet project is like putting together a puzzle (a really intricate puzzle).


Cherry Java Clock by Lazy Guy DIY


You've been challenged to create something square and made of wood. First thought? Coffee clock. Leave it to Lazy Guy DIY to take this challenge to the next step by incorporating coffee beans, cherry lumber, and epoxy for a fully functional wood clock.


DIY Wood Art Using Woodburning Tool by Hazel + Gold Designs


Hazel + Gold Designs dug out her woodburning tool to craft this detailed mandela design. What an artist!


Wooden Wall Art by Sawdust 2 Stitches


So you said it has to be a square? How about 4 squares then! Sawdust 2 Stitches gave this geometric design a modernized spin. We're loving the simplicity behind it!


Now that you've had a taste of the creativity, head over to check out what the rest of the 28 amazing bloggers and YouTubers came up with. Have a wood working project you want to show off? Tag us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter- Or use #MohawkConsumer! We'll see you next week!

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