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Pallet Wall/Reclaimed Wood

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I have wanted to add character to our Kitchen forever! It a basic layout with an abundance of orange oak cabinets. So the first step was to add a pallet wall. I LOVE the way it turned out....now on to those cabinets. )
Time: 1.5 Days Cost: $50.00 Difficulty: Easy
  • pallet wall, diy, home decor, pallet, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas, wall decor
  • pallet wall, diy, home decor, pallet, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas, wall decor
  • pallet wall, diy, home decor, pallet, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas, wall decor
  • pallet wall, diy, home decor, pallet, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas, wall decor
  • Donna
    Donna Holly Springs, NC
    on May 4, 2017

    I love this. Did you cut random size pieces and did you sand and paint all the wood or were some reclaimed and already that color?

    • Libbie B
      Libbie B Wyoming, MI
      on May 5, 2017

      We bought real pallets and cut them into 1/3 and 2/3rd and left the others long. I stained each piece some of the stains I mixed to get the blue I actually used gray stain from the bottom and liked the blue pigment so left it. It was easy!

  • Theduke1234
    Theduke1234
    on Jun 9, 2017

    I love this idea and the colored, wooden wall...IT is beautiful and I mean beautiful.!! I don't like your round shelf in the middle, it breaks up the beauty of the wall. That wall is like a BIG picture, with all the color and NEEDS to be the center of attention.

  • Patty Anderson
    Patty Anderson
    on Jun 13, 2017

    Seeing this type of wall finishing really turned me on! I fell in love with the rustic look, the colors, and the naturalness of it all. I had to give it a try myself! I used plywood cut into 6 inch lengths. Not done yet, but going strong! What a wonderful wall you have!

    • Patty Anderson
      Patty Anderson
      on Jun 27, 2017

      So is your wall! Your wall was one that inspired me! I loved the blue in yours. I wanted blue in mine, also, but it only came in water base and everything else I was using was oil based. Still, we have awesome walls!

  • Kay
    Kay Grand Bay, AL
    on Jul 17, 2017

    Great look... I've toying with an idea like that.. Thanks Kay

    • Libbie B
      Libbie B Wyoming, MI
      on Jul 18, 2017

      Thanks!!! I still love mine. It certainly is a lot of bang for your buck. ;)

  • Rhonda Shanika-Croy
    Rhonda Shanika-Croy
    on Jul 18, 2017

    We needed more counter space so last summer I took some old cabinets and built a countertop. Surrounded the back and side with these random cut (not so random once I started fitting them) boards. I cheated and just bought a cheap fence panel ($20 at HD) and painted them. Used left over paint and stain I had on hand. Watered some of it down to thin it and mixed a few of them to get a pretty good variety. Now...on to the rest of this 1937 era kitchen!!

    • Libbie B
      Libbie B Wyoming, MI
      on Aug 10, 2017

      I am sorry I missed seeing this when you first posted it! I LOVE it! What a great update. :)

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