Updated: Apr 12
This gallery wall was everything I dreamed of without having to connect to electricity! Easy Peasy! I also used command strips to hang the frames so no additional holes were made other then for the scones. I’ll tag the products I used and hope this can help lighten up an area in your home! (affiliate links being used)
I used these beautiful Wall Scone Lights from Amazon linked - wallsconelights
Bulb socket bases to screw into the bulb holes! Just bases to attatch to the pucklights since we are not using electricity!
frames - 16x20frames
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I chose to hang up my frames with command strips so I wasn't putting extra holes in my shiplap.
And my handy dandy Dewalt Screwdriver for hanging up the Scone lights!
Now go create! I'd love to see your final product, tag me on Pinterest here ohhoneymama
Looking to Take it a step further & create this Shiplap Wall
I don't have a detailed video of when we created this wall a few years ago but here are the products we used and how we assembled it ourselves! Feel free to reach out if you have any questions!
We used MDF Board (Not Real Shiplap) it's a much cheaper option!
Here is the home depot link - MDF
This board was already white! SCORE! I did have to add one additional coat of paint after, from fingerprints and scuff marks and for a clean finish.
We used nickels to add spaces in between each board! Easy Peasy! The nickels created the perfect amount of space between each board to give it the shiplap look without the ACTUAL shiplap price!