5 Unconventional DIY Ideas For Using Plywood In Your Home’s Interior
We have always talked about using the best plywood for furniture in modular kitchens, bed frames, closets, and whatnot. But guess what? It’s going to be quite an exciting blog today since we will be presenting some innovative ideas on how to incorporate the best plywood for furniture in your home’s interior with minimum resources, budget, and time. What’s more, there is no compulsion for you to bury the splendor of plywood beneath a layer of functional laminates or veneers.
Let’s Get Started with the Following Ideas for Using Plywood in Home Interior
Coffee table: A living room is incomplete without a coffee table. In addition to enhancing the aesthetic value of a room, an eye-catching coffee table has a significant functional value attached to it. It can be constructed such that it can also be used to conceal magazines and remote control. If you wish to add a touch of wonder to the table, you might choose to let the natural wood markings on the plywood take precedence or use wood grain veneers. If you want to preserve its appearance, you can use beveled glass on top.
Plant stand: Raise your hand if you have a slight obsession with houseplants. Indoor plants can appear dowdy when confined to plain pots. Not anymore! Using moisture-resistant plywood for plant stands can elevate the overall look of your potted plants. Rather than sitting your plants on the floor, you can hang a floating plant shelf in front of a sunny window. Your interior will be brightened up while you enjoy the benefits of fresh air and greenery.
Kid’s Chair: The chair comprises soft padded leather armrests and an attractive design that any child would treasure. The glossy finish and sturdy construction make it both appealing and indestructible. As a bonus, it can include a storage option to keep toys and craft supplies at easy reach.
Bookshelves – In case your books and photographs are still displayed on a couple of boards held up by bricks, there’s good news: instead of coming to terms with the unoptimized shelf spacing, a custom-built plywood shelf can help you fix it. You can either construct a stackable shelf or mount the plywood shelf on the wall with invisible supports to create a unique floating bookcase. Perhaps you could add a vertical shelf to accentuate the visual appeal and tie the whole layout together.
Folding Desks: A space-saving table-mounted against the wall can be folded away when not in use. It works wonders in saving floor space for the children to play and enjoy. Depending on the user’s needs, this multipurpose desk may be used as a study table, writing desk, laptop table, computer workstation, and others.
We hope the ideas outlined above for using the best plywood for furniture will help you spice up your living space besides adding a touch of inspiration to the same.
How about letting us know which idea you are enthusiastic about implementing right away in the comments section below?