My husband and I transformed the entire look and feel of our living room by adding a reclaimed wood accent wall. This DIY reclaimed wood project was quick and easy! Below is our boring wall before we added the wood.
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Our Reclaimed Wood Living Room Wall Revealed!
Just look at the difference with furniture. There is nothing wrong with the living room below except that we really need to update our furniture.
With the natural plank reclaimed wood, the room is more inviting, comfortable, and fun to be in. We haven’t hung up anything on the walls yet as we are considering new furniture and want to match our wall decor with it. You can certainly hang picture frames, shelving, mirrors, or anything else that you want on this reclaimed wood wall; you would just nail through the extra 1/8″ inch reclaimed wood to get to the wall and studs underneath.
We are playing around with the layout of our living room now to determine the kind of furniture we want to complete the transformation of this space. We’ve been inspired to redecorate after adding this wall! We might get a sectional or two smaller sofas and tables to really show off the wall.
As you can see in the below video, Timberchic reclaimed wood goes up fast and easy. This entire project only took my husband and I a few hours. Most of that was because our wall and windows were not level, so we had extra cuts. We used our miter saw to speed the process up and because we had one, however you can also just use a simple utility knife to score and cut this thin, real wood pieces.
There are many color schemes and sizes of real Timberchic reclaimed wood to choose from to fit the style of your home. Each Timberchic product comes in a box like below. All you need to transform a wall, ceiling, bar, or other surface with the popular reclaimed wood style is in the box, with the addition of a utility knife for cuts and a level. Each piece of reclaimed wood has a powerfully strong adhesive on the back. Peel the sticker and stick it to your wall or surface. Be sure to line it up right because once you place it on your wall, it isn’t coming off!
Read my DIY Reclaimed Wood Project Anyone Can Pull Off article for more tips on how to do this in your home. You can also find more ideas on how to incorporate the popular reclaimed wood style in your home quick and easy with Timberchic on their Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest pages.