When we moved into our 3-bedroom Toronto house, I knew that our little Evan had to have a beautiful nursery dedicated just to him. Here were his previous two nurseries in our last home: Dreamy Bright Nursery, Geometric Accent Wall Nursery
I started by painting the other three walls to brighten up the room and then it was time to build the feature wall.
I bought a pack of bulk baseboards from Home Depot and used my Table Saw to rip the boards down into 1-inch strips.
After that, I mapped the plan for the feature wall out on the wall using painter’s tape to get a visual representation of how the final product would look.
Using the tape as a guideline, I made a few stencils so that I could ensure the spacing was even. After this, I got to work!
View the video highlights of putting this feature wall together.
I used my Ryobi Cordless Nail Gun to secure all of the wood strips to the wall. After I was done, I caulked all of the seams with this caulking and caulk gun, and then filled all the holes with this wood filler.
Now that the feature was complete, I had to finish the rest of the room!
I hung my Ikea shelves on the opposite side of the room, added my refinished dresser from Evan’s previous nursery [link], added paintings and décor, and voila!
Here are some useful links for this project: