Do you have a wall in your home that is screaming for something fantastic? I knew this wall in our lake house fixer upper was going to be difficult to decorate. My solution? Create an accent wall that adds depth, dimension and a WOW factor.
- This plywood project is part of the Remodelholic PlywoodPretty Week. The week includes a blog hop, link up and YouTube playlist!
I would like to tell you that I sketched this accent wall out on a piece of paper and carefully planned out each piece of plywood that I cut and nailed to the wall but it’s simply not true. Honestly…I had a vision and I just ran with it. Sometimes I feel like we can overthink a project to the point where it’s no longer fun.
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Supplies Needed For This Accent Wall:
- 1/4″ thick Purebond Plywood (I selected Birch)
- 1/2″ thick Purebond Plywood (I selected Birch)
- 3/4″ thick Purebond Plywood (I selected Birch)
- Table Saw
- Tape Measure
- Sandpaper (This is what I use)
- Nail Gun (I have this combo)
- Brad Nails
- Air Compressor
- Saw Horses (These are my favorite…I use them for everything)
- Caulk Gun
- Paint Sprayer