If you’ve got firewood lying around in a moldy heap somewhere- it’s time to chalk off a weekend and build yourself a DIY solution.
Below, we assembled 15 free DIY firewood rack plans.
There are some interesting styles on this list- #2 is a handsome, indoor vertical rack; #12 is an outdoor shanty for solid rain protection; and #14 promises a 30-minute blueprint.
Whatever the case may be- building a rack will facilitate drying. Ensuring that when winter comes around you have straw-dry wood to toss into the fireplace. Toasty!
This DIY blueprint is all about the pictures, with informative and neat graphics to help you through the way.
Be sure to catch the minute details in the images to create this firewood setup with neat columns and curved edges to make an edgy yet sophisticated log shelf.VIEW PLANS
With pictures and videos to guide your masterpiece, you just need to thoroughly review the instructions to avoid the functional issues the builder has foreseen.
There are also instructions to paint the holder to custom style it.VIEW PLANS
Be sure to jump on the bandwagon to develop your own personalized log ledge for your backyard.
All you need is a saw, drill and steel strap to put together your 2 x 4 x 8 lumber blocks to create your a specialized lumber rack.
This stack rack is a good bet for those who are keen on setting up a quick yet classy structure.VIEW PLANS
Are you one to look out for a sturdy framework?
This simple layout will grab your eyeballs with installations steps along each step all you need to do is buy an aluminum U channel and an L bracket for this winner.VIEW PLANS
Do you hate metal- perhaps thinking metal is only for welders?
This simple blueprint is a timber-only build.
The mission is to not cost you much, with just material you would normally discard like fire garden lumber 2 x 4 x 10 block.
It uses cement blocks for support.
What are you waiting for?
Get cracking; download the PDF instructions to start on your own quick firewood frame.VIEW PLANS
Have an old trampoline lying around?
Reincarnate it with this comprehensive plan using 4’’ pipes and 4 x 4 timber.
The sturdy plan comes with tips to produce your own knotted braces and angular welds.
Be sure to follow the tips to the ‘T’ to avoid problem issues.VIEW PLANS
This easy to do and easy to store project is the answer to your indoor firewood rack worries.
The foldable ledge is designed with metal bars.
The technical diagrams attend each step- a treat for the exacting craftsperson.
If you are already a DIY pro this project is a solid, small-footprint option.VIEW PLANS
This compact design is for those who hate huge shelves.
The plan provides some creative discretion- enabling you to customize it to your room measurements.
What’s more interesting- it’s made from discarded timber- great for those who want to recycle old wood.VIEW PLANS
Want to build your holder using raw firewood itself.
Check out this blueprint to build a handsome mantelpiece.
The step by step instructions guide you from sanding to polishing, providing you with intricate details on transforming raw planks to an exquisite useable design.VIEW PLANS
This blueprint helps you produce a one of a kind wrought-iron masterpiece.
The elegant project is sure to spark conversation at your next winter dinner party.
If you need a reason to use some of your heavier-duty workshop tools, this project is for you.
The holder is built with a customizable length of metal bars- you’ll need a chop saw, disc and a sander.VIEW PLANS
Don’t have any high-powered tools? You can make do with just 4 x 10 logs to style your own no-tools firewood stacker. This design is sure to put a smile on your face as it’s efficient with its design and has been constructed high enough to blow off leaves or spray bugs from underneath.VIEW PLANS
Reuse your old fence and other leftover unused screws to make a handy yet sturdy rack for your wood stack. All you need to have are a 2 x 2 pine boards and some old fence pickets. Be sure to get some helpers when you start working on this DIY project since this setup requires vertical assembly. What an innovative way to make your old screws and gate hinges useful!VIEW PLANS
The old world charm of logs are not just aesthetically pleasing but are incredibly strong. This blueprint provides tips to layout logs like you would layout bookends to hold your novels in place. All you need are logs of any size (both short and long), a saw and a tool to drill long ¼’’ X 10″ screws.VIEW PLANS
If you are looking for a fun family activity over the weekend and an opportunity to get your hands dirty, then look no further. This plan will get you productive quickly -all you need are some discared pallets. Check on Craigslist for old wood- or a local, big-box retailer.VIEW PLANS
Have a basement with lots of extra space? Employ that extra room with this neat design to store your winter firewood. This easy step by step build could be built by even a novice with just a saw and 2 x 4 pallets. Your snazzy new firewood holder can hold 400 cubic feet of seasoned planks to last you every winter.VIEW PLANS