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The craftswoman turned the room with a sloping ceiling into a stylish dressing room

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With free pallets on occasion (they are also known as pallets), skillful hands can work wonders with them, giving their accommodation a unique character and comfort.

The craftswoman turned a room with a sloping ceiling into a stylish dressing room, having upholstered the accent wall with pallet boards. Photos of the finished project deserve to appear in the most prestigious interior design magazines!

This is how the process of transforming a white, faceless room with limited dimensions in the attic into a fashionable rustic wardrobe took place.

Initial view of a room with a sloping ceiling

Cooking space before starting the project.

First of all, the old metal shelves were dismantled.

Then came the turn of the old inner casing

The art of collecting wooden pallets

Here is the stock of pallets in the country, which can be used to create furniture, interior styling and other things:

At the next stage, a piston saw was used to saw the places on the boards, where they were joined by nails. The result was not long pieces of wood, just suitable for the project.

After sanding the pallet boards and charging the air pistol with 5 cm nails, it was possible to start nailing the boards in a staggered manner. The space for the central box under the window is left because the drawers covered the back accent wall.

The lining of the lower part of the wall is finished, you can proceed to the upper, tapering part. With the help of the construction level, it was possible to easily measure the corners for cutting, and the boards fit exactly under the sloping ceiling of the attic.

The result is satisfactory! The final part in the decoration of bevelled edges.

This is how the wall looked before processing the stains, before installing the wardrobe shelves:

The first was a wardrobe with drawers under the window.

It is time to install a modular wardrobe. A base has been prepared, raising the wardrobe 35 cm from the floor and at a distance of 5 cm from the accent wall.

The tallest shelves are 180 cm high, they fit exactly under the attic ceiling. In a symmetrical order, lower shelf boxes are installed nearby.

Finally, all wardrobes are installed.

Breeding a small flower garden by the window in a new dressing room and framing of pallet boards gave the room a little chic.

Here is what a completed project looks like:

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