Here’s How I Built This Rustic Wood Centerpiece for Under $11!
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Love rustic farmhouse style centerpieces?
Add some character and warmth to your table with a pretty DIY rustic wood centerpiece box to use as home decor! You can fill it each season with different accessories, mason jars, vases with flowers, etc. I love the look of the stained wood, but you can easily paint or stain it in any color to match your space and personalty!
Start with an 8-foot long piece of 1×6 wood.
This is actually a very simple wood project, promise! I started by visiting The Home Depot, and I found a 1×6 piece of pine wood on clearance for less than $5. I picked up two simple drawer pulls for just a few dollars each there, too. Because I already had wood stain and screws at home, this project came in at about $11!
DIY Rustic Farmhouse Wood Box CenterpiecePrint
- 3 pieces cut – 1 x 6 X 22.5″ long
- 2 pieces cut – 1 x 6 X 7″ long
- power drill
- wood screws (We used #8 wood screws 1-1/4”)
- any desired paint or stain
- 2 drawer pulls
What a pretty centerpiece perfect for every season!
I love that it adds texture and interest to my table, and I can use it year-round by changing out the seasonal accessories. Plus, it’s something special my husband and I put together for our home!