{DIY} Entryway with Weaber Lumber Wallboards

Looking for a way to spruce up your entryway? I've got another fun project to share with you using the white wash Weaber Lumber wallboards.

I have struggled with my entryway since the day we moved in. My front door opens up to the formal dining, formal living room and entry as one large, awkward and challenging area to style. As if layout wasn't challenging enough, the entryway wall is about 25-feet tall so it always felt cluttered, or bare. Where is my happy medium?!

I found it!! While browsing Pinterest I came across this pin from Shanty 2 Chic that gave just the inspiration I needed to finally put the sleepless nights over this space to rest (that may be a slight exaggeration... slight).

{DIY} Entryway with Weaber Lumber Wallboards

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I have my formal dining wall in this room done with the multi-colored wallboards so I was a bit apprehensive to put more boards in here, but because they were only going part way up the wall I went for it. 

I'm glad I did because it tied everything in so beautifully! Here's a little glimpse of that wall...

 

{DIY} Entryway with Weaber Lumber Wallboards

These boards are very easy to install (you can watch the tutorial here), and I had some left over so I decided to make some frames for the other wall I've struggled with on the other side of the arch. Again, it either looked to busy or too bare, so you can imagine my excitement when this all finally came together! 

{DIY} Entryway with Weaber Lumber Wallboards

Weaber Lumber's wallboards are so easy to work with and are available at your local Home Depot. If your Home Depot is not carrying the White Wash or Nantucket Gray boards, contact Weaber Lumber for details on purchasing.

Also be sure to visit the home page of my blog to see all of the amazing projects I've created with their boards. One of my personal favorites is our poolside bar. We'll be hosting a BBQ in June and I can't wait to put that beauty to use for the first time! 

Happy DIY'ing!

XO,
Christina

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