It’s taking me awhile, but our living room is slowwwwwly coming together. I didn’t want to rush anything while decorating, making sure each piece I find/buy is something I absolutely love. I’m really big on textures in a room, whether it be concrete, wood or stone. I love how it makes a room feel. Our apartment doesn’t have much character to it, which sometimes drives me crazy, but we decided to add a simple plywood “white washed wood wall” in the living room and it’s changed the whole space. I wanted the ply to be placed vertically to make the room look taller. It was pretty simple: we went to Home Depot, picked out the cheapest/thinnest plywood (we measured before we went, I think we needed 2-3 sheets of it), then had the man that does the cutting cut them into widths of 3, 4, 5 inches. I bought a half gallon of white paint and really small white nails. We didn’t want to put too many/too big of holes in the wall, so this will help minimize the holes when we take it down some day. The ply is really light so the nails didn’t need to be big either. Dylan nailed the ply into the wall, alternating the widths next to each other. I lightly painted the ply with a brush, not a roller, and rubbed in the paint with a towel after I brushed the paint on to make it look worn-in. That’s it!