DIY Geometric Wood Wall Art Tutorial

DIY Geometric Wood Wall Art Tutorial

DIY Geometric Wood Wall Art Tutorial

Hey guys, so we made a geometric wood wall art for our home using 1x2x8 furring strips.

This build mostly involves cutting, mitering, nailing, and gluing.

There are a lot of measurements and it can be a bit intimidating if you’re a beginner DIYer.

But if you follow all the steps correctly, I promise you that you’ll be able to build this beautiful art piece.

The measurements and plans for this build are available below for free.

DIY Geometric Wood Wall Art Tutorial- Build Video

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Plan for building the Geometric Wall Art

Plan for DIY Geometric Wood Wall Art
Plan for DIY Geometric Wood Wall Art

How To Build The Wooden Geometric Wall Art

Step 1: The outer size of this wall art piece would be 39-3/16" by 39-3/16" inches. And all the pieces used in this build have the same section, which is 1 ¼ inch by ¾ inch. and the lengths are of course different for most pieces.

Step 2: Take 1x2x8 furring strips and plane it slightly if needed.

Step 3: We planed down all the pieces. And then mitered the edges of the pieces as per the plan.

Planing the wall art pieces
Planing the wall art pieces
Mitering the edges of the pieces
Mitering the edges of the pieces

Step 4: It’d be really helpful if you can actually draw the pattern for this wall art on a large sheet of paper. we did that and it was super helpful to get the sizes for cutting it right. 

Drawing wall art pattern on paper
Drawing wall art pattern on paper

Step 5: We laid down all the pieces we cut out, on the paper to see if everything was correct. Thankfully, all of them fitted correctly during the dry fit, and it gave us the confidence to go ahead with the glue up.

Step 6: Alright, so once the dry fit was successful, we glued each edge and nailed it to the piece near it. So when you are doing the nailing, notice that it is not possible to nail every piece individually, so you need to fit each part separately outside and then fit them together.

Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces
Nailing and gluing wall art pieces

Gluing the wall art pieces
Gluing the wall art pieces
Nailing the pieces after gluing
Nailing the pieces after gluing
Wall after nailing and clamping
Wall Art after nailing and clamping

Step 7: After joining all the pieces correctly we sanded it to 220 grit using the random orbital sander.

sanding the wall art
sanding the wall art

Step 8: Once that was done, we applied Varathane water based PU to coat finish the geometric wall art piece.

applying water based PU to the wall art
applying water based PU to the wall art
Geometric Wall Art after PU dried
Geometric Wall Art after PU dried
Geometric Wall Art

So that was it. We DIY'd this geometric wood wall art in a few hours spread across a weekend. Hope you liked this project.

Check out another Geometric Wall Art Project of ours with wood burning:

You might want to check out our other projects for your home:

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DIY Geometric Wall Art

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DIY Geometric Wood Wall Art Tutorial

DIY Geometric Wood Wall Art Tutorial

Yield: Geometric Wall Art

About V Susan

Hi! I'm Susan. I am passionate about DIY projects and dark chocolates! Welcome to Mellowpine. We play around with beginner woodworking projects, CNC for hobbyists, and general woodworking tips.

If you'd like to connect with me or talk about something you like at mellowpine, drop me a mail at susan@mellowpine.com

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V Susan

Hi! I'm Susan. I am passionate about DIY projects and dark chocolates! Welcome to Mellowpine. We play around with beginner woodworking projects, CNC for hobbyists, and general woodworking tips.

If you'd like to connect with me or talk about something you like at mellowpine, drop me a mail at susan@mellowpine.com

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