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Diy reclaimed wood wall

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This pallet wall is gorgeous! The tutorial is easy to follow and not a single pallet needed to be broken down to complete it!

It is so easy to install a pallet wall in your home and this tutorial explains how to do it. The best part is you don't have to break down any pallets!

How to make and install a wood floating vanity. We built ours on a tight budget $30! It was pretty simple to make and our DIY version was an IKEA hack - we encorporated the Hagaviken sink. Our room was very small - and this DIY floating vanity makes it feel spacious. We made ours to look like a reclaimed beam.

Intro by Robin - Steps by Ed I adore our modern wood DIY floating vanity! It is one of my favourite projects!!! It's that sweet spot where we can figure out a way to make

Modern ceiling in a hill country home. Jazz up a hallway, guest bedroom, bathroom, or office. ♕re-pinned by http://www.waterfront-properties.com/

Modern ceiling in a hill country home. Jazz up a hallway, guest bedroom, bathroom, or office. ♕re-pinned by http://www.waterfront-properties.com/

How to make basic pin look like a weathered and chic reclaimed wood plank wall.

One of my favorite features of the new nursery is this plank wall... see how I made a fake reclaimed wood plank wall for the nursery in one short afternoon!

Create A Weathered Rustic Wood Wall With New Wood |Design Dazzle

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I created this mixed wood wall with cheap wood paneling from Lowes, leftover stain and paneling nails for around $40. UncookieCutter.com

I created a mixed wood wall with cheap wood paneling from Lowes, stain and paneling nails for around $40. Visit UncookieCutter for full tutorial.

Stick on Shiplap In Reclaimed Weathered Wood White Brings The Outside In

First getting its start at sea as a coveted material for building boats, shiplap is a type of wooden plank with step-shaped recesses known as “rabbets” cut out of the edges. When joined, the opposing rabbets of adjacent planks perfectly overlap one another to create a watertight seal with discrete but distinct voids between planks. As attractive as shiplap may be on walls, ceilings, and other surfaces, making shiplap planks of your own requires ripping rabbets into the top and bottom edges…