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DIY Soft Cedar Bath Mat

DIY Soft Cedar Bath Mat
DIY Soft Cedar Bath Mat
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Turn your bathroom into a world-class spa with this DIY Soft Cedar Bath Mat. Whether your home is rustic or more modern, this woodworking project will fit right in.

Get the high-end look without the high-end price! With sleek lines and an organic vibe, this DIY bath mat is perfect for home decorators with an eye for style. The wood is so soft that you won't miss your old bath mat at all! This cedar bath mat is a must for crafters looking to remodel their bathrooms on a budget without skimping on design.

Time to complete: Weekend project

Estimated Cost: $31+

Primary Technique: Wood Crafts

Intermediate

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What a great idea this soft cedar bath mat is. I get so tired of my bath mats getting wet all the time and taking forever to dry and when you wash them they do not last long.This cedar one will never stay wet and all you will have to do is wipe it to clean it off and a great look too. I will have to make some for me and gifts too. It would look good in a darker wood too. Great tutorial. Thanks.

This looks like it will be a neat decorative item, so I will need to give it a try. I can't wait to give it a go!

One of the things I absolutely hate are wet fabric bath mats. I would so much rather put them in the bin than in the washing machine so I think this project is an absolute must do for me and the wood is going to look great in our childrens bathroom. My man had a brief look at the picture and says he already has materials that can be used so it should be all systems go. No more wet bath mats.YAY!!!

I have always wanted one of these, but they are a little pricey. Now thanks to you I can make one myself with your free how to. I do have a questions for you Do you have to use a circular saw, can't all the cuts be done on a table saw? My circular saw is old and heavy so I can't do very straight cuts with it. Now to go find that beautiful looking piece of wood for this project. Thank you again for sharing this DIY project.

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