DIY Wood Planked Walls Tutorial - The House of Smiths
We’re continuing to make progress on our kitchen re-style, and have decided to finally embark on a project that we’ve been wanting to do for a while now; planking our kitchen nook in clean, crisp, evenly spaced, white boards. We’re finally done and LOVE the results, check it out!!! As I’ve mentioned before, we have absolutely…
White Bedroom Furniture Opens Up a World of Decorating Themes! | DIY Room Decor
How to whitewash knotty pine walls. Pine Bedroom Ideas | White And Grey Bedroom Ideas | Bedroom Ideas Pinterest. #whitecrush #For the Home. Visit the image link for more details.
Lighting Design: Meet These Wood Magnetic Lamps by Plato Design
Today, we have a special lighting design just for you. Meet Plato Design and their wood magnetic lamps. Keep scrolling and get inspired!
Reclaimed Painted Beach Wood Mural Wallpaper Beach Wood Wood | Etsy
Our Reclaimed Painted Beach Wood Mural Wall Art Wallpaper has a sand-and-surf appeal, from its weathered driftwood look to its sea glass hues of blue and green. The peel-and-stick application makes it easy to quickly transform any room into a serene retreat. The overall pattern repeats every 5 sheets. Each sheet is sold individually, so you would order the amount that you need to fill your wall space. For example, if you have a wall that is 8 feet wide, you would need to order 4 sheets (you…
Vintage White Wood Panel Pattern Contact Paper Self-Adhesive Peel-stick Wallpaper
Self Adhesive Vinyl Can be applied to the majority of flat surfaces Comes on a 1.64 Feet X 9.84 Feet (50 x 300 cm) roll Size : 24 X 78.7 inch / 50 x 300 cm, Thickness 0.15mm , Material : PVC Water Resistant, Bubble-free membrane for super-fast and easy application.
14+ Tips For Incorporating Shiplap Into your Home - Home Curiousity
What is shiplap? Shiplap is sort of rustic, sort of raw and sort of looks like it should be installed outside rather than in. So it makes perfect sense, at a time when sliding barn doors are all the rage, that shiplap is a hot choice for cladding interior walls and ceilings. But what is shiplap? How can you spot it and where might you use it?