Temporary Accent Wall with Grasscloth and Nailheads


This amazing accent wall was created using plywood, trim, grasscloth wallpaper and over 2,000 nailheads! The result is a gorgeous focal wall that can be taken apart and moved if desired. A great solution for renters, or those who change their minds a lot! Project created by Sarah M.Dorsey Designs,. You can find the full tutorial here: http://www.eastcoastcreativeblog.com/2013/04/temporary-accent-wall-with-grass-cloth.html
Stunning backdrop for a bedroom...or any room!
Stunning backdrop for a bedroom...or any room!
Cut plywood to desired size and paint. Trim out boxes where the nailhead design will go.
Cut plywood to desired size and paint. Trim out boxes where the nailhead design will go.
Glue wallpaper to plywood, create a design in Illustrator and print out. Poke holes in paper and mark with felt tip pen. Then hammer in all the nailheads!
Glue wallpaper to plywood, create a design in Illustrator and print out. Poke holes in paper and mark with felt tip pen. Then hammer in all the nailheads!
Monica Mangin - East Coast Creative

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