It all started with this very large blank wall in our dining room/kitchen. My first instinct was shiplap, but I wanted to try something new! Ever since I made my sons "Fire Station" I have wanted to use the brick paneling elsewhere. This was my chance a faux brick wall and here is how we did it!
Elegant brick walls can add warmth and charm to any wall in your home! Luckily for you, creating a realistic DIY faux brick wall is far easier than you'd think it would be. You don't want to miss these helpful tips for creating a faux brick wall in your home, so read on!
Hands down, the most talked about element in the Mulberry House is the faux brick wall. Not one person stepping into the dining room for the first time thought that it wasn’t real exposed brick. In fact, after we informed people that we built the feature wall out of 4X8 hardboard wall panels, most of them moved closer to feel it because…Continue Reading→
Hey y'all! I have been procrastinating on this post for a while now because I'm still not 100% done with the laundry room. But I figured you all have been waiting long enough for this and it's just time to post whether I'm done or not. Because, if I'm being honest, I really don't know
I'm a "DIYer", and DIYers find a way to make things happen. So how to do achieve the look and feel of a brick wall without actually installing an expensive brick wall? Read on for a DIY fake brick wall.
If I had to describe my ideal style of our home, I’d say Old World-European-Cottage. It’s definitely not there… but I’m really enjoying adding little elements that kinda give it that vibe. One of the latest projects was this faux rock wall. I’d been wanting a rock wall for a while, but it was not in the budget- or so I thought. I got the idea to use joint compound after seeing someone do a similar effect with faux brick; they used tape to make a brick pattern and put joint compound over it…