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My Pallet wall

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I call this my perfectly imperfect wall. I wanted it to look old and not really matchy matchy. I love how it turned out and I get "you need to pin this on Pinterest" all the time...so I will post it here.

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  • Diana Barnett
    Diana Barnett Marshfield, MO
    on Feb 23, 2013

    Where can I find the instructions for this? I love it!

  • Karyn Lisk
    Karyn Lisk Gainesville, GA
    on Feb 23, 2013

    It was so easy... I got free pallet boards. Used a sawzaw to cut through the nails then stained the boards with Dark Walnut stain. Got the ones I liked the most and then used a nail gun to attach it to the wall. That was it!

  • FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna
    FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna Canada
    on Feb 23, 2013

    What a cool focal point! Drew me right in. :)

  • Amy Ellis @ StowandTellU
    Amy Ellis @ StowandTellU Bolingbrook, IL
    on Feb 23, 2013

    Really striking, and I like the addition of the two lights just above!

  • Karyn Lisk
    Karyn Lisk Gainesville, GA
    on Feb 23, 2013

    Thanks! The lights above were a garage sale find. They were brass with no glass. I turned them upside down, painted them with oil rubbed bronzed and then bought the glass bulbs from Home depot!. Love overhead lighting!

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