Faux beadboard wall panelling using a marker!

Do you love the look of beadboard panelling but don’t want to take the plunge and panel your wall?

For the walls, I applied two coats of Colourtrend paint in the shade Tumbled Marble. I went for a soft sheen finish as it would reflect the light.

Using a spirit level, I made sure the wood panel was straight before drawing the lines on the wall. The gold paint marker was perfect for drawing lines onto the wall.

Creating a faux beadboard panelled wall is a great way to see if you like it before taking the plunge and doing a wood version.

Once I had all my lines drawn, I added a wood moulding to the top. You can use adhesive or a nail gun to attach it to your wall.

I picked up these floral prints from Etsy. To create my gallery wall, I bought 12 VIRSERUM Ikea picture frames.

Have you tried faux wall panelling? I hope you got some inspo from this post, and I would love to know if you have tried this or feel tempted to try some faux panelling.