Calling all beach combers! Driftwood is a hot commodity these days! You’d think that since I live near the beach that I would have buckets full of driftwood. Well sadly I don’t. It is actually very hard to find driftwood along the shores of southern Virginia and N.C. But if you blessed to live along a coastline that has a bounty of driftwood, then take advantage of it! (Or better yet… box it up and ship it to me!!) Today I have 15 Driftwood Crafts that I absolutely fell in love with and that you can make for your home. Check them out and add a bit of the coast to your decor!
Driftwood Starfish via The Wicker House
DIY Driftwood Mirror via City Farm House
Driftwood Orb via Creative in Chicago
Driftwood Seahorse via Creative in Chicago
Seaglass and Driftwood Craft via The Space Between
Driftwood Fish via The Space Between
DIY Driftwood Lamp via Something Sweet Design
Driftwood Wind Chime via Garden Therapy
Driftwood Picture Frame via Beach Grass Cottage
Driftwood Seashell Cross via My HoneyPickles
Driftwood Sailboats via Creating a Life
Driftwood Anchor via Cherished Vintage
Driftwood Candelabra via Vivaterra
Driftwood Garland via Coastal Home
Driftwood Coat Rack via Sunset
Driftwood Christmas Tree via Kara Rosenlund
Driftwood Votive Holder via Restoration House
I hope you enjoyed all those amazing driftwood crafts! For more coastal decor ideas be sure to follow me on Pinterest!
June G says
Thanks for the driftwood ideas. I picked up as much driftwood as I could carry last year on a trip to the lake. I knew I liked it…. just needed some inspiration!
laura@top this top that says
love them all especially The City Farmhouse’s mirror. We just got back from florida and found not one piece of driftwood. Nada. I would love to find or buy some but haven’t found any. suggestions?
Great suggestions! I really like the anchor…. got my wheels spinning!!
Jeanette @ Creating a Life says
Hi Kim, I love this driftwood collection! Thanks so much for including my sailboats 🙂
Creating a Life
I love all these creative uses for driftwood! I always look for it at the beaches, but sadly don’t ever find enough to make any projects with. Love those sailboats! The only place I have seen driftwood sold in bags is at Kirkland’s. They are pastel colors. Blessings!
karla moran gonzalez says
Te escribo desde ecuador vivo en un playa donde la madera reciclada la encuentras en grandes cantidades en la playa, me van a servir mucho tus ideas para elaborar cosas para mi casa. Disculpa pero no se escribir muy bien en inglés.
Kim @ Sand & Sisal says
Hola karla ¡Gracias por visitar mi blog! ¡Me alegro de que te haya gustado!