PVC pipes are some of the best materials for DIY projects. They are cheap and quite versatile. You can turn them into almost anything you need for your home.
And that’s not an exaggeration. You see, with a bit of paint, glue, and basic DIY skills, you can turn PVC pipes into storage solutions, feeders, and even furniture items.
For inspiration, here are 60 ways you can transform PVC pipes.
1. Chalkboard wine rack
This DIY project won’t just keep all your wine bottles organized. Since its outer part is painted with chalkboard paint, you can use the area to write your grocery list. You can even let your kids draw on it. You can see the full instructions here.
2. Bracelet organizer
If you like to collect bracelets, you should organize them so that they won’t end up getting tangled together. You can check out how to make a bracelet organizer here.
3. Industrial lamp
You don’t need to spend a lot of money just to get an industrial lamp from shops like Ikea. With a PVC pipe and concrete, you can easily make your own. See the complete instructions here.
4. PVC garden
Who said you need a big yard to start growing your own vegetables? Just get a couple of PVC pipes and you can start planting your favorite veggies. It’s easy to maintain and it doesn’t require a lot of space. See the full details here.
5. Tool storage
Leaving your tools on the floor is dangerous, particularly if you live with kids. To make sure they don’t get their hands on them, consider making your own garden tool storage. It’s pretty easy. You can see the instructions here.
6. Portable hammock
This isn’t your regular hammock. Apart from that it doesn’t need trees, it’s also portable. The step-by-step guide is here.
7. Ball pit
This ball pit is a great treat for kids. They can easily spend hours playing inside it. To know how you can make one at home, you can see the instructions here.
Remodeling your bathroom can easily burn holes in your wallet. In comparison, this luxury shower will cost you a little over $50. To find out how you can do it, here’s the instructions.
9. Small hand tool organizer
A cluttered working space can affect your productivity. To keep things organized, you can make your own small hand tool organizer. It’s cheap and easy to do. You can start by checking out the instructions here.
10. Hairdryer holder
With a PVC pipe, spray paint, balloons, painter’s tape, and a box, you can make this DIY hairdryer holder. The best part? You can paint it with any color that’ll match your bathroom’s theme. Find out here.
11. Shoe organizer
Got so many shoes but no more space at home to store them? Don’t worry. With a couple of PVC pipes, you can create a unique storage space for your shoes. Learn more here.
12. Desk organizer
Keep your pens and other writing tools in one place with this desk organizer. For this DIY project, you’ll need a PVC pipe, cardboard, spray paint, and liquid nails. You can see the instructions here.
13. PVC cover for raised beds
Seeing your vegetables getting munched on by wild animals or infected by pests and insects can be annoying. That’s exactly what this DIY raised bed PVC cover is for. To make one for garden, click here.
14. Power tool holder
Bring your working area to some order by making a holder for your power tools. This holder doesn’t just make it easy for you to reach your tools but it can also make cleaning up easier. You just have to slide the tools back in and you’re done. See the full details here.
15. Bike rack
If you have kids and each of them has their own bikes, your garage can easily get crowded. Fortunately, you won’t have to spend hundreds of dollars just to get a bike rack. With these steps, you can easily make your own without spending too much money.
16. Coat rack
Using PVC pipes to make your own coat rack is actually a brilliant idea. It’s cheap and easy to make. The best part? You can actually use it as an accent piece in your room.
17. Measuring tool organizer
Losing your measuring cups and spoons is frustrating, particularly when you’re about to cook something. If that always happen to you, here’s a guide in making your own measuring tool organizer using PVC pipes.
18. A birdbath
Looking for something to make your yard appear more interesting? This adorable DIY birdbath is for you. You’ll need no more than 5 things to create one using this guide.
19. Multi-purpose table
If you always have garage sales or you like inviting people over for dinner, you’d need a large table. You’d also need the same thing if your kids like doing arts and crafts. To make a multi-purpose table, here’s the full guide.
20. Vertical garden
Believe it or not, you can grow certain vegetables inside your kitchen. The secret is in turning PVC pipes into a vertical garden. See the steps here.
21. Bubbling pipe lamp
This DIY project is interesting because it’s unlike most lamps. It’s a bubbling pipe lamp! For sure, you’ll leave everyone you invite into your home curious how you were able to make one. See the details here.
22. Misting stick
Beat the brutal heat with this misting stick. It’ll help you cool off without leaving you soaking wet like most sprinklers do. Find out how you can make one here.
23. Self-watering veggie table
When you’re busy with work and other tasks at home, it’s easy to forget all about your vegetables. To make sure they don’t dry up and die, you can make your very own self-watering veggie table. You’ll need a dozen things to complete the project. You can see the list here.
24. Dunk tank
Running out of things to do with your kids? Well, you can make a dunk tank in your backyard. It’s not only fun to use but enjoyable to build as well. You can even ask your kids to help you out. You can find the tutorial here.
25. Baby gate
Leaving your toddlers and little kids freely roaming around the house can spell trouble. By installing this baby gate, you’ll be able to keep them from getting into places they’re not supposed to be in. How to do it? Click here.
26. Dremel drill press
A dremel drill press can easily cost you anywhere between $50 to $80. Now, why spend that much money when you can make your own using PVC? Find out here.
27. Laundry sorter
At first glance, you might think that this project is complicated. In reality, it’s actually the other way around. You don’t even need glue for this project. If you’re finding that hard to believe, you can see the full instructions here.
28. Succulent planters
If you’re running out of containers for your succulents, there’s no need to panic. If you have extra PVC pipes at home, here’s a tutorial you can refer to if you want to turn them into succulent planters.
29. Pencil case
Want to be a bit different? If you’re tired of average pencil cases, you can make a unique piece using PVC pipe. The process isn’t complicated since the steps are already listed in this guide.
30. Tape dispenser
If you’re doing an art project, you want your materials to be within easy reach. That’s what makes this DIY PVC pipe tape dispenser super handy for your tapes. It doesn’t just keep them in one place but they also make it easier for you to see and grab them.
31. Curling iron caddy
Don’t just leave your curling irons lying on your vanity table. They’ll just make the area look messy. To keep the area neat and organized, make your curling iron caddy. You can install it inside your bathroom cabinet following the instructions here.
32. A table for the kids
This is a project your kids will surely love. The table is quite sturdy and they can draw on it to their hearts’ content because it comes with a dry-erase surface. To see the complete list of materials, click here.
This is such a lovely piece, right? It’s a bookshelf that can easily go with any home with a vintage theme. If you’re thinking of having one at home, here’s the tutorial.
34. Coffee table
This isn’t an expensive coffee table. It’s actually a DIY project made with PVC pipes and cedar planks. The cost? It’s just around $150. See the full details here.
35. Curtain rods
PVP pipes are generally cheaper than curtain rods. If you’re thinking on using them as an alternative, here’s how.
36. Homemade canopy
Planning on extending your outdoor living space? This might be the DIY project you need. You don’t need advanced DIY skills for this one since all the instructions are clearly explained here.
37. Backdrop stand
As parents, you want to immortalize all of your kids’ most important milestones. The best way to do that? Take pictures! This DIY backdrop stand is a big help in making your photos look unique. You can change the fabric whenever you want. See the complete details here.
38. Marshmallow blow gun
For a fun activity with your boys, you can make a marshmallow blow gun. It’s fun to use and it’s not dangerous at all. Just make sure to make them use their “guns” outside so you won’t have to deal with ants later. See the instructions on how to make one here.
39. A fort
Whether your kids like to play indoors or outdoors, they’ll definitely fall in love with this. It’s a good place to play, read books, and hang out with each other. You can see the full instructions here.
40. Toothbrush holder
These toothbrush holders can be tucked away inside the cardboard door. They are easy to reach and remove whenever you want. Plus, you can also add initials on them. To find out how, click here.