boxwood plant wall

by | Aug 21, 2021 | Uncategorized

Do you love plants? Are you looking for an easy DIY to change up one of your rooms? If you answered yes to both of those questions then you are in the right place. In this post I am going to show you just how easy it is to make your own boxwood wall.


Supplies Needed For Boxwood Wall

Steps To Building DIY Boxwood Wall 

Step 1. Place your first piece of boxwood in the top corner of your wall and staple all four corners to the wall.

Step 2. After you have the first piece on the wall you will notice the edges of the boxwood have little holes that allow you to snap them into each other. This makes the whole process super easy. All you need to do is connect the next piece to the piece you stapled and repeat that process.

Step 3. You may run into some outlets or find that you need to cut some pieces to fit on the bottom or sides of your wall. Luckily this can be done with a common pair of scissors. So not crazy equipment is needed.

Step 4. Now that you have your beautiful faux boxwood wall set up you may notice a few places that need a little bit of filling. We had a few white spaces at the top of the wall and in scatters throughout the wall. The boxwood I bought off of Amazon comes with a little pack of fillers. This was very convenient to have to quickly fill in the spots where you could see the white wall behind it. I know some people paint the wall before hanging something like this up, but honestly, this stuff is thick enough to cover everything. Painting the wall in my opinion would have been a waste of time and paint.

Step 5. Time to decorate! Right now I know it is really popular to hang a neon sign on a wall like this. I think this looks so cool, but we opted to go with some classic black and white art. We still aren’t done decorating the room so who knows what else we will try. 

ABOUT ME

Hi, my name is Corbin and I am a wannabe DIYer. My wife and I bought our first house a few months ago and to be honest It was a cookie-cutter house. Everywhere you looked it was just white walls. Not even “eggshell” white, the color was literally called “extra white”. Read More

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