Thursday, October 4, 2012

[ scrapwood ]

LOOKING FOR an interesting new wallpaper pattern? How about scrap wood?

So much easier than putting up salvaged wood and it would certainly hide a multitude of wall imperfections. Look for it here.

What do you think? Could you go scrappy? 

[bodie and fou]


Formerly known as Frau said...

I think in the right house with the right style for sure! Happy Thursday!

Lynda @ Happenstance Home said...

Love this look. One of my favorite restaurants remodeled an upstairs space and turned it into a bar. The walls have this type lumber and even pallets on the walls. All the decor is eclectic "garage sale" look with little seating areas. The lighting is really high quality mixed with jelly jar lights. I took photos just need to post them! Hope you are well, and that you are still enjoying your writing!

Carol-Anne (Use the Good Dishes!) said...

Wow. Love this idea! I've always admired the look, but knew I'd never actually do it, 'cause it looks too labour intensive! But this, I could do!

Gonna click your link now and see where to get it!


Pinecone said...

I think this look is really cool - and like you said it can hide wall imperfections too!

Have a great day Lisa! xo

Meeling said...


I think in the right setting it would look fabulous!

Carol@TheDesignPages said...

You're absolutely right, this could be a solution for those of who are way to unskilled to do the actual wood project.

Privet and Holly said...

Not sure if I could
go THAT scrappy,
but I do love the
idea of putting up
Pergo that mimics
barnwood on an
accent wall....lovely!

Happy Thursday,
sweet friend.

xo Suzanne

How2home said...

Love these photos!

Mabel Torres said...

Love this idea.For the first time I saw this. You are right this could really hide wall imperfections. I wanna try this scrappy style in my own room. Really unique.


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