How To Create A Feature Wall Using Wood Panels

How To Create A Feature Wall Using Wood Panels


I’m Ben and I’ll be showing you
how to create a feature panel wall using timber lengths. Adding some timber lengths makes
a boring wall not so boring anymore. You can easily customize your design
to your own style in your home, or your own aesthetics. So for this project, you need
your timber lengths, nail gun, a square, wood filler, a pencil,
a caulking gun, Liquid Nails, a tape measure, a hand saw,
protective equipment. The first thing you need to do is measure
up your wall and work out a design. ♪ [music] ♪ For my design I need some of my timber cut
straight and some of them cut on an angle. With the square sitting flush,
you get the 45-degree angle that you can mark against. This project is completely customizable,
so go wild with your design. Grab your pencil and then just
mark up on the wall where you want your timber lengths to go. My vertical piece will go here. So now I’m going to measure from the mark
I made to the wall just so I know how long the other pieces need to be. A good rule, measure twice, cut once. I’ve cut all my timber. Now I’m going to dry-fit everything
just to make sure it all fits before I put it on the wall. Grab your caulking gun and Liquid Nails,
and apply it to the back of the timber. The best way to apply Liquid Nails
is with a squiggly line. ♪ [music] ♪ These are stuck into place now
with Liquid Nails, but I will be reinforcing them with real nails. Grab your wood filler
and fill the holes where the nails are. It’s also a really good idea
just to fill your joints. And it’s finished. All it took was some timber lengths,
a little bit of imagination, and it’s ready to paint. These timber lengths are primed,
so now the wall is ready to paint any color. ♪ [music] ♪

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