12 Awesome, Outdoorsy Decor Ideas

Faux Bois is French for “False Wood.” While the term may be asking for a joke, it means serious decor.

1. Dresser

This project uses an “embossed paint rocker” to rock plain white drawers.

2. Recycled Wine Bottle Decor

Just remember to celebrate with a drink after your project is done.

3. Birch Wall Panel

Not everyone has birch trees in their backyard (or the equipment to massacre them into fine little pieces). But with a handy friend, you could do this to a section of a wall. Martha glues the disks to panels so you’re not permanently stuck in the woods.

4. A Vase For All Seasons

5. “Non-Faux Bark” Vases

If you’re a city dweller, you can order tree-bark online. Simply wrap it around a glass vase with a little glue.

6. Faux Bois Stamp

Two projects in one- DIY the stamp, then stamp away!

7. Faux Bois Paint Cans

Paint cans add a touch of whimsy, but if you want to take a more traditional route, just stick with plain ole vases, boxes, or anything you like.

The wrap on these is just shelf liner. Purchase “real” looking wood liner Here

Here’s a greenish one available from Amazon

8. Wood Grain Painting

If I tried this on my wall it would be a DISASTER. Using it on paper and framing multiple section is a less risky approach. Buy it here for $37.00

9. Faux Bois Mirror

Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who’s the craftiest of them all?

10. Picture Frame Art

Personally, monogramming reminds me of my mother initialing my underwear before summer camp. If you do not have this problem, have at it. if you do, you can always create image or word art.

Paper Source has similar wrapping paper- available in both sheets and rolls.

11. Faux Bois Star

This doesn’t have to be just for Christmas. You can shine all year long! (Sorry).

12. Wood Grain Filing Cabinet

What do you mean you haven’t seen a pink tree?

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