Pallet wall, trim and Autumn decor


My favorite trash to treasure project of the year goes to the pallet wall. Even though the wall was completed a few months ago I still can't get over how beautiful trash can truly be.
My husband and I dismantled 7-8 pallets to complete the wall and attached the pallet boards using screws from Home Depot. We used various widths, lengths, and colors of wood slats to create a somewhat colorful wooden wall.
Pallet Wall, trim and Autumn Decor

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2 questions
  • DebbieF
    on Jan 5, 2016

    When you finished the wall did you put any kind of stain or gloss on it?

  • DebbieF
    on Jan 15, 2016

    Can you please tell me where you got your pallets. I have been asking stores and most of them re-use them.

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  • Beth
    on Jul 10, 2014

    I love the design!!! So warm and inviting. Was the pallet wood hard to work with? Every pallet I find is beyond splintery?!?!?!

  • Andrea Fogleman
    on Jul 21, 2014

    The pallets I use are far from perfect and some of them are loaded with splinters. I use some of the boards and others end up firewood. Some, not all, pallet boards are very hard wood. Your best bet is a tough saw and sander.

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