Pallets are among the most popular supplies for crafting because they are a cheap source of rustic wood that can be turned into almost anything. Today we continue the pallet theme with pallet clad walls, which is a popular décor idea to make any home cozier. Pallet clad walls add a cozy rustic touch to any space, and they look good almost anywhere, from bathrooms to kitchens, from industrial to modern interiors. Just one pallet wall can change the whole room look making it comfier, which is especially actual as the fall is coming.
Each project demands some amount of pallet wood, so be aware that you’ll need to disassemble the pallets first to get the wood. It may be a bit tricky, and if the wall is big, you’ll need a lot of wood, so ask someone for help.
The first project is about paneling the wall with pallet wood, and here they installed the rough vertical lengths first on the marked boundary lines to use them as a primary wooden map for the whole area which is to panel with wood.
To accentuate a headboard wall in this bedroom the authors used pallet wood. But first they disassembled the pallets and stained the wood they got.
The dead space here was highlighted with pallet wood, and as the space was rather small, the wood was cut to cover it properly. The result looks rustic and weathered, enjoy!
This boys’ bedroom features a nice wood pallet wall behind the beds. After stripping and sanding the pallets, adhere thin pieces of plywood to the wall by attaching them with wood screws directly into the studs. To avoid seeing random gaps in trouble areas, simply stain the plywood behind the seams before securing a wood slat over it to disguise the gaps.
Attic walls can be tricky to decorate but here’s a project that tell how to deal with it. Fill the whole surface of wall which is targeted, and give the sharp angle cut to the planks where need for neat and clean filling and throughout impression.
A pallet wall for just $20? It’s real! In this tutorial you’ll find out how to clad a whole wall with stained pallet wood and not break the bank at the same time.
In this DIY you’ll find a similar idea but the wall is smaller, it’s an entertainment center wall. It looks very voluminous and stands out, and if you want, you can also incorporate a storage space for magazines or books on each side – just give the wall more volume!
Ten pallets were used for this project; they were colorful but if you want to achieve the same look using usual pallets, you can paint and then sand them for that colorful worn and weathered look.
This small nook in the living room was decorated with pallet wood. First they stripped the pallets, then stained the wood with oil and let dry. To make cladding easier, there were some thin planks installed first.
The last tutorial is dedicated to cladding a fireplace wall with pallet wood. Stripping the pallets may be tricky but it’s worth it, so do it and start cladding the wall. It’s gonna be a great statement wall for any season, and it’ll add coziness for the coming fall.