September 25, 2014

Home Depot DIY Challenge Project Reveal

I shared some sneak peeks of the project I was working on for Home Depot in the beginning of the month and today I can finally let the cat out of the bag!

Home Depot DIY Challenge – Staggered Plywood Wainscoting


We added some staggered plywood wainscoting to the navy accent wall in our loft (which has come a lonnnggggg way by the way). It was a simple update that was inspired by a page in a big box store's catalog but it adds so much dimension to the wall!

Home Depot DIY Challenge – Staggered Plywood Wainscoting


The full DIY tutorial (+ a before and after comparison of the wall) is over on Home Depot's blog so stop by and check it out!

Home Depot DIY Challenge – Staggered Plywood Wainscoting


I'll be sharing the additional updates we made to our loft (like that new DIY console table you see) next week!

Home Depot DIY Challenge – Staggered Plywood Wainscoting


Don't forget to stop by tomorrow for my Blogger Stylin' fall home tour!


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33 comments

  1. I LOVE that wall!! My husband isn't going to be happy with you, lol. And I'm sorry if I missed a post about those baskets, but I LOVE THOSE BASKETS!!! Where did you get THOSE?

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    1. Thank you Scotty! The baskets are oldies but goodies from Target! They sold them during the fall a couple of years ago.

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  2. It looks fantastic - couldn't pin it fast enough!!!

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  3. This is such a spectacular project Caitlin. WOW!!! I love it!!

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  4. Ok first of all that snake scared the hell outta me. Second, HOLY HECK this room looks awesome. Love the navy and olive. Cant wait to see the console table tut. So so good Caitlin!

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    1. Hahaha sorry about the snake! It's my latest HomeGoods find!

      And thank you so much! Happy to hear you love it :)

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  5. A simple concept that packs a HUGE PUNCH! Very impressive!!

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  6. Wow...you and your bf are so creative! You both need to come live with me and transform my place! LOL

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    1. Awww, thanks Tangela! Transforming your space sounds like fun! We'll stop by this weekend ;)

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  7. Ooooooh myyyyyyyy goshhhhhhhhhhhh. How are you so amazing. This is such an incredible DIY. Your style is so unbelievably good <3.

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    1. Ahhh Amy! You're so sweet! Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words, they mean a ton <3

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  8. It is insane that just a few boards on the wall can transform a room like that! LOVE IT!!!

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    1. It's so crazy, right?! I still can't get over how much the plywood transformed the space! It feels so sophisticated now!

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  9. Caitlin, this is amazing! Not only is the wainscoting fabulous, but I am completely in awe of your styling skills - the room looks incredible!

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  10. Perfect! The room/wall looks amazing.

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  11. Amazing! That wall looks absolutely gorgeous! You guys did a great job!

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  12. I just can't even begin to tell you how much I love this! I mean really love it! You knocked it out of the park girl!

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  13. Super stylish and sophisticated. Great job on your project! Love your style Caitlin.

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  14. Girl this is everything. I love the staggered paneling, the contrast of those sexy lamps against that blue and that table!!

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  15. Such a beautiful room! I simply cannot get enough of that accent wall! Stumbled!

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  16. OH my goodness, SO good. Bravo. Love every detail

    www.designsbykaty.com

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  17. I love it all especially the lamps...do you remember where you found them???

    thanks!

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  18. GORGEOUS! I love that you kept that shade of blue. love love love. The pattern is to die for. You nailed this to the max!

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  19. How did you calculate how many you needed in order to make it even on both sides?

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