Pallet Wall Projects


When it comes to redesigning your home, repainting the walls is an important step. You can choose to be bold and use strong colors or a patterned wallpaper, but there is something even better than these two ideas. You can create a unique wall out of pieces of wood or old pallets. The great part is, that this way you won’t even need to invest into other expensive decoration items, as the wall itself will give the room a whole new look. You can leave the pallets the way they are and install them on the wall, or paint them. The natural color of the pallets will create an elegant atmosphere, but if you want a more fresh and youthful look, simply paint the pallets in several colors and make a colorful wall. This will go well in a child’s room, but even in a more contemporary and modern apartment. Take a look around your rooms and find a wall that needs this cool upgrading to start your very own pallet wall project.







8 Responses to “Pallet Wall Projects”

  1. J Thomas says:

    I just need to know an easy to cut the pallets apart. I love the many uses for them but don’t know an easy way to separate them.

    • dave says:

      use a reciprocating saw to cut the nails, you can separate each pallet in minutes

    • Marla Wheatley says:

      Sawzalll…sp….my hubby has taken several apart for me….it works great…just cut along the underside of the boards that have the nail heads they will pop right out with a bit of genius …I’ve been wanting to cover a wall that has the unsightly cord from the big screen that needs covered

  2. al says:

    Rip saw or Saws-all. Easiest way. Not an easy non-power tool way, sorry.

  3. Shelby says:

    Use a saw-saw. It works best to cut the nails. We used a long blade that will cut both metal and wood.

  4. Kathy says:

    Sawsall cut right through the nails.

  5. Penelope says:

    What do you use to glue them to the wall?
    Is their any weight restrictions etc?
    Thank you

  6. Pat says:

    Do not glue them to the wall. If you ever want to remove them all the drywall will be ruined. Just use a nail gun. Heads are tiny and you won’t even see them.

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