DIY Pallet Wall

June 14, 2018

Bedroom Makeover

One of the things I absolutely love doing on my days off from Wedding Season is building stuff. As a matter of fact, I’m known for my cooking and handy-man skills amongst my friends. I’m also known for owning a lot of tools and taking things and refurbishing them. Apparently every time I hit a milestone birthday I redecorate my bedroom. At 25, I had a quarter-life crisis and redid it and now at 30 I felt it was time to redecorate it as well. Since you all know I’m obsessed with Chip and Joanna Gaines I was inspired to create a DIY Pallet Wall for my bedroom.

If you follow me on instagram you saw my behind the scenes videos and photos of the process; so now it was time to pull out the camera and take some good photos to share with you all. Here are some of the details and a mini tour of the new look. As well as a list of the places where I found a few of the items used, below.


Pallet Wall Home Depot Weathered Hardwood Boards

Joshua 1:9 Scripture Wall Art is from Hobby Lobby that I purchased during one of their 50% Wall Art Sales.Pinterest Bedroom Bath and Body Works Black Cherry Merlot 3-wick Candle

Blanket is from TJ Maxx/Homegoods and my favorite, Black Cherry Merlot 3 wick candle is from Bath and Body Works’ The White Barn, of course

My wooden tray was a Homegoods find and it was a steal; with copper handles for $9.00!  The rose gold succulent planter is from Hobby Lobby and the comforter set is from Homegoods.
Vintage Bedroom Set Target Threshold Hudson Industrial Desk Lamp

Lamps were from Target and succulent planters were also from Hobby Lobby. I bought my nightstands from a lady and repainted them 5 years ago. I think it’s time to redo them but I’ll wait a little bit longer to do that.Home Depot Weathered Hardwood DIY Pallet Wall

The pallets are actually from Home Depot. I didn’t want to find pallets and have to disassemble them and cure them so I went ahead and just bought 8 boxes of the Weathered Hardwood Board that contains 8 pieces for $24.98. Using a stud finder, I used a cordless RYOBI Brad Nailer to nail the pallets to the studs. The Chandelier was passed on from an aunt that renovated her dining room that I plan on replacing very soon.

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