How to Build a Wood Pallet Wall
Looking for cool pallet projects? If your wall needs a makeover and you don’t think paint is the solution, why not make a wood pallet wall? It’s takes a bit of work but it’s as easy as one-two-three.
I’ve done so many pallet projects in the past and I still can’t get enough of it. Wood pallets are so easy to use once you know a little pallet 101. But needless to say, with wood projects, this is my number one go to.
We’ve been doing some makeover around the house and I felt that I wanted to go with a rustic feel in the bedroom. I don’t want just a splash of new paint, I wanted something different. So my solution, build a pallet wall! It will create an instant rustic feel and it’s also easy to make.
If you want to set a divider in house shop or office for room division don’t take tension for this. This will become so easy for you with wooden pallets. You can use wooden Pallets for divider in house office or shop it will be added beauty in environment of your office shop or house and you will never need to make this concrete easy to move and easy to create. Just buy wooden pallets and make a wall with these pallets if you have some knowledge about wood works you can easily made it.
What you’ll need for your DIY pallet wall:
wood stain (optional)
Reconstruct your pallet. If you plan on doing it one nail at a time, there’s an easier way.
Prepare your wall by cleaning it or coating it with a fresh coat of paint first. After you’ve prepared the wall measure it with how much pallet you need to use.
Apply wood glue to one side of your pallet and stick it on your wall.
Hammer the nails in to firmly secure it in place. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you’ve covered your entire wall.
Now that you’ve fully covered your wall with pallets, there might be some spaces in the edges. Measure it with your tape measure and cut your pallets in those sizes. Then time to fill up the gaps.
TIP: If you want a more rustic look, you can also paint it with wood stain.
And you’re done! You’ve made a rustic wood pallet wall with repurposed pallets. Wasn’t that an easy wood craft project? You can do it for your bedroom wall as a DIY room decor or on any wall you have around the house!