This post was sponsored by Centennial Woods. All opinions are my own.
Have you ever wished you could add a touch of warmth and texture to an otherwise boring space? That's how I felt when I was staring at the plain white walls in my workshop. This is a space where I spend a lot of time trying to be creative and building interesting projects, but looking around the space I couldn't help but feel like it was a bit plain and boring, which is basically the polar opposite of inspirational.
So I decided to install a reclaimed wood accent wall. It's only fitting, a wood accent wall for a wood shop. The nice thing about using reclaimed wood for the accent wall is that it's both aesthetic pleasing and functional. How could an accent wall be function? Great question! The wall behind my work bench is subject to a lot of abuse, it's constantly getting dented by pieces of wood and tools while I'm working. True, cladding the wall in wood isn't going to prevent me from bumping into it, but, since it's a reclaimed wood with an intentionally worn finish, all of those bumps and scratches are just going to add to that look. It's like if you ripped a pair of pre-ripped jeans. No big deal, right?