Salvaged Wood Wall
Upcycle shipping pallets to create a rustic wall that's not only stylish but also strong enough for home decorators to mount a flat-screen television with confidence. A thorough sanding and several coats of stain ensure a finished look that still retains its rural allure.
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Plank Wall Entryway
Upright and Vertical
Wood Plank Bedroom
Simple 1x4 pine boards form an expansive wall in this master bedroom. The unevenly cut boards were heavily distressed—using everything from kitchen utensils to an axe—to create an industrial feeling for the room. Distress has never looked so relaxing!
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Wood Block Wall
DIY projects often use the broad side of wood planks to create a wall, but few-to-none utilize cross sections to achieve an artful effect. Glue varying 1-inch, 1.5-inch, and 2-inch cuts of untreated posts to a plywood backing, and then attach the entire unit to a wall to bring pattern and texture to your room.
Birch Pole Wall
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