When I first jumped feet first into the pallet wall project in my living room it wasn’t as widely found on the internet. It wasn’t something really popular and not something you can find a how-to at your finger tips. It was more of a learn as you go project.
If you open a new window and type pallet wall or pallet project you will be so amazed at the number of pallet walls and projects there are on the internet. It’s incredible!
The concept of using a discarded and free for the taking item and turning it into something useful is genius!
It’s totally changed my life and my home.
My first pallet wall looked like this…
I was instantly in love!
If you missed the pallet wall post you can read it at Pallet Wall and Trim.
The first wall was a learn as you go project from start to finish. That was the first time my husband and I dismantled a pallet or dealt with the hard woods. I soon found out it wasn’t as easy as it looked.
That one wall led to many more pallet projects…
While working on the kitchen, I decided to add a second pallet wall but wanted a different look.
I love the farmhouse planked wall and decided to use pallet wood to achieve the look.
I added the pallet boards to the wall and then gave them a nice white paint job.
To read more about the farmhouse pallet wall you can read the find it at Farmhouse Wall Without the Cost.
Then, while my husband was away for therapy I remodeled our bedroom and included another pallet wall.
You can read that post at Distressed Vertical Pallet Wall.
Hanging the boards vertical seemed easier and didn’t take as long as the horizontal walls. But, maybe I’m just getting better at it.
All three walls were created using the same materials but the execution was different. By simply changing things up I created three different looks using the same materials.
Which wall is your favorite?
Do you have your own pallet wall? I would love to see it.
Thanks for stopping by and hope you stick around for more pallet creations.
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