Laundry Room Pallet Wall
For years my laundry room has been dull and boring. I'm determined to liven it up and make it inviting. So, I'm starting with a pallet wall.
I removed everything from the walls. It was good to see the ugly plastic coated corner shelving gone. After removing the slop sink, I stud out the wall. The copper piping represents my water supply and shut off going to my refrigerator. I needed to use suds instead of furring strips because of the need to conceal the water line.
I used metal stud straps to ensure that I didn't shoot nails into the pipe.
I made pretty good time getting the planks on the wall.
This part was tricky but I'm not afraid of minor electrical work. Just make sure the power is OFF
Finished! I used the leftover pallet pieces and a dresser top, from a long discarded dresser, to make a sink base.
Several inquired about things like storage, how it looks a year later, etc. So I took a pic today, 4/5/17, to hopefully quell any concerns for the above as well as my safety.
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