The textures and colors of Sarah's Salvaged Wood Wall are near perfection, and the best part of this project: it only took three days and $130 to complete. Click here for more images and DIY tips.
If you're inspired by this DIY, and would like to try something similar, here are a few takeaways: "DIYers considering creating something like this will want to make sure they have the right tools (I can't imagine trying to actually hammer all those nails or cut the lengths with a hand saw) and a helper. We are lucky here in Dallas to have a couple really great salvage yards where we could find the wood all in one go, but if you don't, be patient and start collecting piece by piece. Of course, humor and a good sense of 10th-grade geometry doesn't hurt."
Read more about Sarah's salvaged-wood wall at Design*Sponge.