The Bunnings Workshop community can help with your home improvement projects.
Turn a plain wall into the feature of any room using moulding, panelling or paint.
Bunnings Workshop community members have transformed bedrooms, living areas and hallways with impressive feature walls. Let us know if we can help recreate these designs for your home.
Accent wall in entryway by @stelz
Workshop member stelz revamped their entryway with this gorgeous accent wall using MDF moulding.
Bedroom feature wall using MDF moulding by @kellyyang
Kelly transformed a plain wall into a bedroom feature with moulding and paint.
Hallway feature wall by @Sooze
Workshop member Sooze created this incredible feature wall in their hallway using Pine and paint.
Brick feature wall using paint by @prettyliving
Jess made this impressive brick feature wall in just one hour using paint and a sponge.
Bedroom makeover by @lcooksey88
Workshop member lcooksey88 gave this bedroom a makeover with a custom desk, timber shelves and a feature wall painted with Dulux Ocean Trapeze.
VJ panelling bedroom makeover by @craftyhopper
Leanne created a beautiful bedroom retreat with VJ panelling painted in Porter's Paints Yacht Race.
Wall panelling in kids bedroom by @kingj11
Bunnings Workshop member kingj11 used three 1m wall panels painted in Dulux Paris Green Matte to create this stunning feature wall and finished it with a Tasmanian Oak trim.
Feature wall with timber panelling by @Monika1
Monika transformed this living room with an attractive feature wall using timber panelling and wallpaper.
For more panelling project inspiration, check out VJ panelling projects for any room in the house.
Create your own feature wall with these simple step-by-step guides:
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