Pallet Board Master Bedroom Wall
This past weekend we decided to change our master bedroom from a stark white bedroom with no personality, to a room that now feels cozy and warm simply by adding wall boards by Weaber Lumber to our wall. Check out the blog for before and after pics!
We started out by marking all the studs in the wall. Once we finished marking the studs, we chose a starting point. Since where our wall meets the ceiling there is no molding and the ceiling comes up at an angle, we decided to start there just in case it wasn't exactly level.
There are a mixture of different colored stained boards in each box of Weaber Lumber Wall Boards, so before we began, I sorted out the boards by color.
Next, we nailed the boards up, starting at the top of the wall where our wall meets the ceiling. Before nailing each board into place, we made sure each board was level. This is probably the MOST important part or else you'll be in real trouble by the time you get to the bottom.
We measured and cut around all trim by the windows and outlets. Once it was done, we were eager to put the room back together.
We love how warm this room feels now!
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Published October 25th, 2016 11:02 AM
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