I love the look of a board and batten wall. When I turned 40 my hubby asked what I wanted for my birthday. “For you to teach me how to make a board and batten wall!” Super random I know, but it made me feel like a grown up to use a nail gun – so that’s exactly what we did. This was my first big project with an air compressor and a nail gun – both intimidated me. But it was so much fun! Here it is:
With his help it turned out awesome and I couldn’t believe how easy it was. It added so much depth to this tiny hall and brightened the room. I loved it!
Now, 1 1/2 years later I am finally writing a tutorial on how you can do it too. First off, watch my 60 second DIY Tutorial on it, and then follow along – I know you will love it!
Years ago I tried a peel and stick wood wall project and it turned out horribly wrong. So I mentally decided those would not ever work. Recently I had seen the company promoting REAL wood that was peel and stick application. I was hesitant because of my first experience, but it looked so good in their photos! So finally I decided to try my hand at peel and stick wood again – and I am SO GLAD I did!
Here is the before and after:
If you are looking for a simple way to add a custom look to your wall but do not want to use a nail gun – this is your answer. Check out my DIY Video Tutorial and then follow along and I explain all the details and where to grab this amazing stuff! Remember – ladies you can do it!
EEK! I am geeking out at my newest project – like hardcore. I LOVE IT, I LOVE IT, I LOVE IT! Did I mention that I love it? Ok. Want to see my before and after?
Amazing right? So here we go….
I discovered Weaber Lumber (pronounced Webber) on Instagram after seeing some amazing walls finished with it and I had to try it out. I am renovating my guest room and it was the perfect wall to do it on. So check out my 60 second video tutorial and then follow along and see how easy it is for anyone to do this DIY!