With simple DIY peel and stick installation, Outwater’s Wood Wallscape is a fast and inexpensive way to spruce up walls or doors and give your home a total makeover. Our lightweight yet durable all natural pine wood planks can cover up and adhere to any flat, structurally sound, clean surface. Unlike others on the market, each of our DIY wall planks is equipped with 3 strips of powerful adhesive that cover 60% of the back to ensure a secure, long-lasting attachment without the hassle of messy glue or nails. Outwater’s high-quality wood wall planks are made from real pine to provide you with the warm character of authentic wood – complete with graining, knots, and texture. Pinewood planks are 46-1/2″ long, 5-1/8″ wide, 3/16″ thick, but can be cut to any length, allowing you to customize your DIY project. There is no need to sand or paint as they are pre-finished and immediately ready to install. Outwater offers its all natural real Wood Wallscapes in a variety of finishes, enabling you to mix and match wooden wall planks for unique results on your wall or door. Whether your design style is rustic or modern, Outwater’s pine wood wallscapes are perfect for any interior and budget.
- Plank Size: 46-1/2″ long, 5-1/8″ wide, 3/16″ thick
- Fast and easy DIY installation. Each plank comes with 3 strips of powerful adhesive. Apply to any flat, structurally sound, clean surface.
- Enhance your wall or door with all-natural pinewood planks – complete with graining, knots, and texture
- Select any number of wood planks for a customized design from this beautiful collection of finishes.
- You can mix and match different colors to achieve your dream design. You can also trim planks to any length using a handsaw. FREE Shipping on orders over $130
Here Are Some Great Ways To Improve Your Home
You can take on home improvement projects as a hobby, or they can turn into an obsession. Improving your home can add to its value. It may turn into a disaster, though. Look to this article for great tips on home improvement so that you’ll be less likely to make poor decisions.
Choose wood floors for your home if you can afford it. Although they will have the appearance of real wood, and may in fact be easier to care for and clean, they are not able to be refinished. 10 to 20 years down the road, yourself or a new owner will have to replace the floor instead of just having it refinished.
You can organize your carport or garage by using clear plastic storage containers. Placing labels on each box will make it easy to find the category you seek when boxes are stacked. Your garage will stay clean and keep pests from hiding in your home.
When doing home improvement projects, you must have the proper tools. Using proper tools makes it easy to do the job right the first time without unnecessary effort. It is also important that you know how to use your tools properly.
Check someone’s references if you’re thinking about hiring them for your remodeling gig. Consider this process as a business hiring an employee. Look closely at their background, and ensure that their past clients have been happy with their work.
Bathrooms are also key to anyone planning to flip a house. Other living spaces, like living rooms and bedrooms, are easily given a new look by the buyers, but a bathroom needs to be in tip top condition. Be sure that your tub and sink are in great shape and if they aren’t you should replace them. If you have linoleum flooring, install tiles instead.
As mentioned above, home improvement work can provide great benefits, though it may also bring great risk. Some home improvements do not pay off and may even make your house harder to sell. Follow these simple ideas to avoid creating a white-elephant home improvement project.