Bedroom DIY’s – 10 Most Beautiful Builds

Bedroom DIY's - 10 most beautiful builds
Bedroom DIY’s – 10 most beautiful builds

I can’t wait to share all the beautiful builds I have for you today. I selected the top 10 Most Beautiful Bedroom DIY projects for you and me 😉 of course!

All these projects can be build from your home, as long as you have a garage and some tools you should be fine. As I went through at least 100 projects, I realized how big the “build-yourselfers” community has gotten. I am amazed by the talent that some of you out there have.

Let’s start with one of my favorite, the DIY Bedside Tables by Jenwoodhouse aka. TheHouseOfWood

I have been reading Jen’s blog for quite some time, and actually plan on making her Bedside tables in the near future.

DIY Bedside Tables by JenWoodHouse
DIY Bedside Tables by JenWoodHouse

I also love love love the simplicity of the Wooden Arrows by LittleBrickHouse. I can’t wait to use those old reclaimed boards I am hoarding for this project. Please tell me I am not the only one collecting old wood!!!

Wooden Arrows by LittleBrickHouse
Wooden Arrows by LittleBrickHouse

Now, Shayna from The Wood Grain Cottage is someone you HAVE TO FOLLOW on Instagram, her images are breathtaking. The husband and wife duo also build amazing projects, check out her Wood Framed Mirror and her Breakfast in Bed Tray.

Breakfast In Bed Tray by The Wood Grain Cottage

Now, Shade Of Blue Interiors was new to me, but after only a few clicks through her blog I went and signed up for her newsletter. The X Media Console she build is gorgeous, love the Weathered Gray as a finishing stain. I chose her project for the bedroom, because I love my TV in the bedroom and wish I would have had a X Media Console.

MediaConsole by shadesofblueinteriors
MediaConsole by ShadesOfBlueInteriors

Let’s talk about table lamps, have you ever paid $9.00 for a Modern Table Lamp? NOPE, didn’t think so! Jenn, from Build-Basic has done it, she created a lamp that is not only Modern – but also affordable. Her entire project was $9 incl. the square-shaped shade.

Modern Table Lamp By Build Basic

I have a mad crush for trays, no matter how many I own – I will still buy another one. Ashley’s Rustic Serving Tray With Gold Arrow Accent is adorable and I could see myself making this one soon. SimplyDesigning is defiantly a great destination to get some inspiration.

DIY Rustic Serving Tray by SimplyDesigning

X-leg furniture pieces are quite popular these days, so I thought why not include a little X Leg Upholstered Bench by TheChroniclesOfHome. Double them up right at the end of your bed, and you have a beautiful and functional piece of furniture.

X Leg Upholstered Bench by TheChroniclesOfHome
X Leg Upholstered Bench by TheChroniclesOfHome

This last project, hasn’t been built yet – but, I love the idea of a free standing rack, so I sketched up a plan for it and if one of you decides to make it > PLEASE let me know how it turned out.

Clothing rack Project
Open clothes rack Project
Open clothing rack - Plan by OhEverythingHandmade
Open clothing rack – Plan by OhEverythingHandmade

  • 4 boards 66″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/4″
  • 1 dowel 66″ x 1 ” diameter
  • Bottom rack 60″ x 8 1/4″ x 3/4″
  • Fill in’s 6 3/4″ x 3/4″ with a 10˚ angle cut

  • Miter saw
  • Sander
  • Sand paper
  • Router
  • Electric Screw driver & Screws 1 1/2″
  • Kreg Jig
  • Table saw
  • Paint

  1. Draw half a circle on the end of each 66″ board, then cut the half circle out.
  2. Set the miter saw to a 10˚ angle and cut the other end of each 66″ board.
  3. Connect all 4 boards with the dowels.
  4. Trim the front of the bottom rack board at a 10˚ angle
  5. Add pocket holes to the underside of the bottom rack, and attach it 8 9/16″ from the bottom up.
  6. Use the fill-in’s for a flush finish.

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