A performing songwriter by trade, Jen Woodhouse has released three albums, toured the world, and has licensed her music to national television shows, commercials, and films, including Keeping Up with the Kardashians, MTV’s The Real World and Road Rules, Starbucks, United Way, and more. Most recently, Jen has added ‘DIY Blogger’ to her eclectic resume. A musician, military wife, and mother to two young children, Jen authors The House of Wood as her creative outlet for all things DIY and design, where she documents her adventures in woodworking, furniture and interior design, and home decor. Jen’s work has been featured on Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Good Housekeeping, Country Living, and Apartment Therapy. Jen is a TV spokesperson for Hometalk, the largest home and garden community on the web and has worked with such brands as The Home Depot, RYOBI Tools, Minwax, Kreg, General Electric, among others. In addition to designing and drawing up plans with in-depth tutorials on her blog, Jen is a charismatic and engaging speaker. She was invited to speak at the Haven Conference in Atlanta, Georgia last year. This year, she will be returning as a speaker at the Haven Conference, as well as the Snap Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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This pipe shelving project has a glamorous look, but is super practical with its attached lighting. Jenn Woodhouse, of The House of Wood, built shelving unit using black iron pipe, 1 x 10 boards, spray paint and LED light bulbs. Follow along with her tutorial to build your own glam pipe shelves. DIY Pipe Shelving with […]Read More
This DIY Farmhouse dining table is simply gorgeous, and you can build it in a weekend. Jen Woodhouse of the DIY and design blog The House of Wood came up with this project for our DIY Challenge series. We challenged her to come up with a fun and doable project, the only stipulation being that […]Read More
Jen Woodhouse of The House of Wood wanted to make her laundry room a little more inviting and attractive. Her solution was to add texture to the wall using tongue and groove planks. This cottage look – inspired by beadboard paneling – is much more robust than a traditional beadboard application. It is constructed with pattern stock […]Read More
Jen Woodhouse doesn’t do stuffy. She couldn’t even if she tried. All you have to do is read the first paragraph of her Christmas decor article below to see exactly what we mean. But she most certainly knows how to make a room look glamorous, but always in a comfortable, relaxed sort of a way. […]Read More