If you have an empty backyard, why not spruce it up with some Do-It-Yourself furniture? From chairs to tables we’ve collectedÂ 33 Easy and Cool Backyard Furniture DIYs you can create yourself! Furniture is always more appreciated when you’ve made it with used materials like wood, milk crates or even used tyres!
Â Do it yourself (DIY) is the method of building, modifying, or repairing something without the aid of experts or professionals. Academic research describes DIY as behaviors where “individuals engage raw and semi-raw materials and component parts to produce, transform, or reconstruct material possessions, including those drawn from the natural environment (e.g. landscaping)”.
Checkout these great backÂ Backyard Furniture DIYs below!
DIY Tile Outdoor Table
Bench made of all kinds of materials
Chair made with logs
How to Build a Tree Bench
These Cool Portable Milk Crate Stools
Perfect for picnics, the beach or just lounginâ€™ in your own backyard. Get the directions here.
This Updated Patio Table
Give an old umbrella table some love with this cool patterned re-cover idea. Get the directions here.
These Fenced-In Log Benches
Designer Rebecca Cole made all this furniture in one day using fences, logs and a cent top. See more here.
This Concrete Chair Planter
It might not be comfy, but itâ€™s definitely cool. See how they did it here.
These Stylish and Sentimental Side Tables
29. This Awesome Outdoor Rug
Using masking tape and spray paint, you can update any old rug to go outdoors. See instructions here.
This Amazing Aluminum Chair
You can use this tutorial to easily makeover lawn furniture you already have. Check it out here.
This Incredible Hammock Chair
Step 1: Get porch. Step 2: Make Hammock. Step 3: Never leave. Get the full directions here.
These Adorable â€œToadstoolsâ€
See how to make them here.
This Genius Rolling Cooler
We may not have thought of it, but weâ€™re definitely going to make one. Directionshere.
This Succulent Pallet Table
These Old Chairs with a New Look
Just make sure to use spray paint suited for plastic. Valspar, Krylon and Rust-Oleum all have good versions. Check out a good instructional video here.