I wanted to cover the boring gal walls in my outdoor area quick & easily rather than just paint. I liquid nailed & screwed rough sawn treated 150mm fence palings onto the wall, added some festoon lights & it was done . Will have to keep an eye on it for when the boards shrink but so far so good
Looks great @Centrepiecefurn. The festoon lights add a lovely warmth to the space.
Thanks for sharing a simple yet effective project with us. I'm sure it'll inspire many in our community to make a D.I.Y. project out of the places that usually don't get too much attention.
Fantastic to see you share your first project with the Bunnings Workshop community after being a member for so long. Thanks so much for sharing - your feature wall looks terrific. We've featured it on our Project Gallery as we're sure it will inspire other members.
Thanks again, we're looking forward to seeing what you tackle next. Don't hesitate to post anytime you need a hand or have something to share.
That is ingenious and inspired, I am always partial to the more natural finish of things such as timber. The timber should weather out longer being in a covered area but since you've glued and nailed it, I reckon it will be pretty sturdy. It makes such a big difference and is much better than just having the color bond steel as the background. Looking forward to your future projects and thank you for sharing.
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Thanks so much for your feedback Red. Yes time will tell on how it holds up but should last a while !
Thank you Stevie, I’m looking forward to using the space more often now !!
Thank you Jason! Very special to be featured !!! I do alot of DIY just haven’t posted projects. There will be a second part to this project I’ll post down the track. So great to be part of this creative community !