Create a Hexagon faux headboard accent wall for your bedroom quickly and easily with these amazing Walnut Hollow Paneled Hexagon Shapes! This Hexagon statement wall is renter friendly. And since it costs quite a bit less than any headboard I’ve ever seen, it’s pretty budget friendly as well! For our King size bed, I used 17 Paneled Hexagon shapes to cover the wall above the bed. But you can customize this project so easily, adding or taking away hexagons to get the shape and size you’re looking for. These beautiful wood shapes come to you ready to be painted, stained or even wood burned. Finish them in any way to match your home decor and style.
This is what the wall over my bed looked like before.
It’s so plain and boring! I’ve struggled to find a headboard that I like within my budget. Plus, I’m not really ready to commit to anything yet. I like this option instead!
Here’s what you’ll need to get started:
- Walnut Hollow Paneled Hexagon Shapes
- Adhesive Mounting Tape
- Paint or Stain
- Level tool
Paint or stain your Paneled Hexagon Shapes. Make sure you get the sides of the shape too. Painting the back isn’t necessary.
I used varying shades of grey, white, black and I even poured paint on a few of the shapes to get a black and white marbled look.
The options are endless, and you can match your decor perfectly! These pretty wood panels would even look gorgeous just left natural if that’s more your thing. Since one side is paneled and the other side is flat, you can choose which side you want to show. I am using the flat side of the panels.
Allow your paint or stain to dry completely before moving on.
Apply an adhesive mounting tape strip to the back of each panel following the directions specific to whichever brand you are using. I wanted to make sure that I could remove the tiles if needed, so I chose a mounting tape that causes no damage and is removable. You can use whatever mounting tape or hanging hardware you choose.
Apply the paneled hexagon shapes to the wall. Use a level to make sure they are straight.
Start with a middle hexagon, and build out from there.
Change the size of the configuration, or the overall shape, by moving tiles around in different locations. Keep it symmetrical, or make it asymmetrical. There are endless possibilities, and the outcome is going to be beautiful any way you choose to do it! What colors will you make your hexagon wall?
After studying Culinary Arts in Portland Oregon, Kelli went back home to the sunny South West where she decided she wanted to do different kinds of Art. This busy mom of three spends all of her available free time creating in her Craft Shack “she shed” where she can be found burning wood, repurposing old stuff, crafting, and painting just about anything she can get her hands on.