The plywood trend just keeps on poppin’ and for good reason – it looks cool, it’s affordable, and it’s totally DIYable. Like any trend though, its not for everyone. So I’m curious to know where you stand on this one – yay or nay?
If you’re on the fence, maybe this roundup will sway you one way or the other. Here are 8 ways the plywood trend is still going strong…
1. (above) Plywood accents in the kitchen. Via Tribe Studio.
2. Love the pop of color with these plywood walls. Via Interior Design.
3. DIY plywood shelving and seating (with instructions)
4. Plywood in the bathroom. Via Nordic Design.
5. A plywood-centric residence. Via Dezeen.
6. Love this kitchen. Via The Design Files.
7. Plywood counters AND cabinets. Via The Style Files.
8. Claire’s kitchen is a dream! Love the plywood cabinets and copper pulls. Via Claire Zinnecker Design.
9. A plywood accent wall. Via Bolig Magazine.
So what do you think of the plywood trend? Here to stay or on it’s way (out)?
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We opted for diy plywood flooring as was an affordable option . The only draw back is the yellowing to it. still am happyNina
Plywood is great, but it really isn’t supposed to get wet. So the countertop idea is a real no-no for me. Maybe in a woodshop, yeah! The look is nice, but you can achieve the same aesthetic with maple, so why not? Cool post 🙂Jamillah
Polywood is just great! Really transforms the room and fits with everything! I like all the pictures!Epipla Koyzinas
Natural material always looks cool! Plywood, in combination with the white color is just great! I would like this interior!Alex
I think this is gonna be a yay! At least for the time being 🙂daria
I am still on the fence but was pleasantly surprised by a few like number 8.Via B Design
I think it has it’s winners, and losers. I like it used as an accent, as many people have mentioned already – or in that bookshelf as kind of a rough-looking piece. But to do cabinets in it, or entire rooms/walls? That’s too much for me. It’s too Ikea-Modern – and I love Ikea!Emily
YAY, YAY and YAY! I just Love the trend.Anna María
I actually agree Kiersten….in small spaces or spaces that don’t have much natural light, it can feel overwhelming. But if you have a large space with tons of light, I think it can really work.Brittni
I like the small details, but I definitely think the all-plywood can be overwhelming. I love the bathroom shelves. I think it’s the perfect pop!
Isn’t that accent wall awesome, Michelle? Love that one.Brittni
I don’t find it too bad if it’s just a few details. Really like the accent wall in the last picture!Michelle
Haha. Gotcha Karen. 🙂 It’s so fun to hear everyone’s opinions on this.Brittni
Haha. I hear ya, Melody. I happen to really like the look, but it’s not for everyone. 🙂Brittni
Some of these look really cool. #8+9 specifically but the rest just look unfinished. I think it would drive me crazy if I did this in my homeMelody