7 Budget-Friendly Kitchen Makeover Ideas And Tips
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Drastically change the look and feel of your living room with a beautiful wood pallet accent wall.
Using pallets makes this home makeover so inexpensive and easy to DIY!\n\n
Things You'll Need\n

Wood shipping pallets, 4 or more depending on wall size (HT stamp)\n
Reciprocating saw with 14 TPI metal-cutting \n
saw blade\n
Orbital sander\n
Sandpaper, 150 grit\n
Oil-based stain, light gray (optional)\n
Rubber gloves\n
Scrap piece of cloth or rag\n
Stud finder\n
Cordless drill\n
1 x 3 boards, 8 feet long, 6 or one for every stud on wall\n
Interior wood screws, 8 x 2 1/2 inches, approximately 50\n
Measuring tape\n
Circular saw or miter saw\n
Cordless brad nailer or pneumatic nail gun\n
1 3/4-inch nails, 18-gauge if using a cordless brad nailer\n
1 x 3 board, 8 feet long, for wire pathways (optional for TV mount only)\n
Tape (optional for TV mount only)\n
Jigsaw
Using pallets makes this home makeover so inexpensive and easy to DIY!

Things You'll Need
Wood shipping pallets, 4 or more depending on wall size (HT stamp)
Reciprocating saw with 14 TPI metal-cutting
saw blade
Orbital sander
Sandpaper, 150 grit
Oil-based stain, light gray (optional)
Rubber gloves
Scrap piece of cloth or rag
Stud finder
Cordless drill
1 x 3 boards, 8 feet long, 6 or one for every stud on wall
Interior wood screws, 8 x 2 1/2 inches, approximately 50
Measuring tape
Circular saw or miter saw
Cordless brad nailer or pneumatic nail gun
1 3/4-inch nails, 18-gauge if using a cordless brad nailer
1 x 3 board, 8 feet long, for wire pathways (optional for TV mount only)
Tape (optional for TV mount only)
Jigsaw
Source:
ehow.com
 
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Perhaps replace the pink with purple, or more coral colors
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