9 DIY Wood Wall Treatments
Provide the natural warmth and beauty of wood to your home with these 9 DIY Wood Wall Treatments!
Wood is found inside every home, from the framing to the floor. Except for floors, molding, and trim, however, most of it is covered by drywall, paint, or lacquer. Using everything from salvaged boards to crosscut sections of birch, these walls are designed to capture your gaze the moment you enter the room.
1. Salvaged Wood Wall
Using salvaged wood as a wall treatment adds depth and texture that walls often lack. Here, pieces of exterior siding, barn wood, wainscot, and a high school gym floor work in concert to form a wall full of character and dimension.
2. Upcycled Pallets
Upcycled shipping pallets to create a rustic wall that’s not only stylish but also strong enough for home decorators to mount a flat-screen television with confidence. A thorough sanding and several coats of stain ensure a finished look that still retains its rural allure.
3. Plank Wall Entryway
Hardwood plywood transformed this dull entryway into an inviting space with plenty of charm—and storage as well, thanks to a rail with hooks and a shelf. A miter saw mouse sander, and nail gun handled most of the work.