It’s fall and we all need more coziness than before, a lot of blankets, hot chocolate with marshmallows and cozy and inviting home décor. How to make it more inviting? Add plaid and various rustic touches to infuse your interiors with coziness. Rustic décor is all about natural decorations like leaves, pinecones, berries and of course wood. Wooden touches make every room more inviting, especially when these are logs that scream fall and winter. Let’s consider some wood log DIYs that are gonna make your rooms cozy and fall-like.
Grab some logs and spray paint them with gold, not entirely, just partially, cover the logs with washi tape to make where you want to paint. Let them dry, place in a bucket or basket and you’ll have a pretty fall arrangement.
Organizing a party? Make some fall-inspired place card holders of pieces of logs. All you need to do is to cut the logs to the desired size and saw them down to hold the cards. If you want to make them more creative, spray paint the pieces.
Turn a couple of logs into side tables! Cut them to a proper size, sand and add a clear finish, then just place the logs where you need and voila!
A wood log can become an easy rustic vase. Drill a hole inside your log, insert a glass tube or a bottle piece and then pour some water and add flowers, create you amazing fall arrangements.
Photo holders in a couple of minutes? Saw down the log pieces and insert your pics! Decorate the logs as you wish before inserting pics or leave them as they are to leave a rustic touch.
If your log is large enough, you can make a cute nightstand or side table. A log should be cut to the size you want, then painted. Attach rolling casters to make it mobile and more functional, and you can also add a rope handle for comfortable usage.
Bring coziness to your home with lovely log candle holders. Cut logs, paint them or not (here they are gold dipped), then using a drill bit make holes in logs and insert candles. Decorate your mantel with a whole candle holder forest!
I can’t imagine an easier furniture piece that could fit any space! These nightstands are just logs, painted on the sides with the color you like and with a clear finish on top. The second nightstand is just a log with a rope handle attached to it.
Can you imagine a lounger made of rough logs? Sounds original! A log lounger is a great way to turn yard waste that would end up in landfills or a fireplace, into sturdy outdoor furniture. Watch the video to find out how to make it.
This rustic wreath will definitely bring a fall feel to your porch. These are log pieces attached to each other with hot glue and covered with moss to hide the joints. Then just add a nice burlap bow and you are done!
To decorate for a party or just for the holidays, you can make some candle stands from logs. The instruction is easy: cut logs, sand them if you want, add a clear finish and place some pillar candles on these logs. Voila!