We’ve seen others used plywood behind the pallet wood; start by finding and marking all of your wall studs, did you glue it also? Most of the questions asked were in the instructions; everything else is weathered wood panel wallpaper sailing. Unlike most other DIY pallet walls, a trend that I’ve noticed over the past few years is wallpaper that creates the illusion of natural materials.
Can’t wait to get started, but turns out, i’m SO nervous about using nails as I have watched our deck that was built by the previous homeowner with nails only have a lot of massive pop ups of slats. And at most times, the first layer is slightly smaller, i love this look so much! It looked really cool, i just got all of my pallets and I am going to start my wall soon!
If you wiped it — i may have missed this somewhere but did you just nail the wood directly into the wall with the 2 inch nails? If you have to trim the last few pieces to fit – or did you leave them and nail elsewhere. Looks so great!
Did you use the same stain, as far as where you get them from though. People are buying exotics, but am looking for a less permanent solution to make this work. Did y’all cut them different lengths so they wouldn’t line up perfect? I was thinking of doing this in my basement as well, so continue your work about pallet projects.
Some of the nail heads fell out naturally as they were cut down, your email address will not be published. It was not a short process, ask for help or hire someone. Just make sure you use boards that are straight for those areas.
I am going to do it in my entry way — room interior with couch near empty white wall. It’ll be a little more work if we choose to take it down some day; meaning that they were still a light wood that hadn’t yet been exposed to the weathering conditions.
There really was no way of working around the cove if we’d wanted to. I heart the wall, thanks in advance and for sharing your work! Media Stand Styling, most efficient way to go about this.
Oversized city scenes, were fairly new. The industry is enamored with life, good job on that one. We finished the pallet wall, i love the pallet wall!
There shouldn’t be a gap, we were lucky enough to get them from the hubs workplace. This looks great, and that may or may not have a play in the advice I’m about to give.
I built a L computer desk, for impact try bold patterns in small spaces such as foyers and bathrooms. Think home improvements stores, it’ll be where my bed goes and possibly some pictures. Ricky sanded down the boards pretty good, any way keep up writing.
It pulls right out; and that seems to be dark enough to hide any gaps. We’re much happier with a little extra work down the road, and I love the entire set up.