Wooden 3d Wall Design

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About: ...i am just an avarage guy with an regular job...and some crazy ideas... so live and let diy ;)

I love wood :) so i decided to do a 3d effect wall with some oakwood... easy to do but a loooooooot of time needed

Step 1: Preparing the Oak Pieces

i bougt oakwood 2x2 cm by a length of 150 cm, i cutted them randomly from pieces starting at 2 cm long and at least 8 cm.... it took me in total 180 meters of oakwood, after cutting every piece i sanded every edge halfround... i needed in total a hole week with my dad to have enough pieces to start and sortet all in different buckets,... while i was in progress of the work i still had to make some more pieces.

Step 2: Building the Parts for the Windowcovers

I started building a little frame where i can glue a hole ligne in one time, after one line was hard i glued it on a plywood plate, the plate was already cut to fix... and i gled and glued and glued... i placed the pieces randomly to gett a nice 3d look

Step 3: Windowparts Finished

to be shure that they dont creck or fall down i wanted to go so sure that i drilled a hole and a screw in every piece from the back... an enourmous timespending work but i really wanted to guarantee even if the wood cracks all piece wood stay in place... i also reinfored buy using some angles.

Step 4: Toilette and Washstand

I bought the cabinet at ikea and mounted it on e plywood plate, i cutted out the back because i needed space to get to the outflow and main water supply.... same work,... glueing on and on and on ;)... i added 4 mirrors and placed them on the plywood with en oakwood frame... For transporting i chose to do it in 2 parts because it was going to get very heavy

Step 5: Finish

I still have to set up the tap and the wc... but i think this project is done for the moment...there is still a lot to to at the house :)

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    Patrick LASCHETTE

    Reply 3 years ago

    thank you for your feedback...i also saw that on a mirror thats what inspired my idea

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    Dee5

    3 years ago

    Seriously nice!! Congratulations!

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    Patrick LASCHETTEFernandoM27

    Reply 3 years ago

    the celling is concrete so i drilled 4 holes and fixed it to the ceiling with 4 dowels and screws

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    katlinbr

    3 years ago

    Brilliant!!

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    MrMxylptlyk

    3 years ago

    oh wow. this would be damn good at noise damping aye?

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    Patrick LASCHETTE

    3 years ago

    thx, i would like to see yours if you have any photos would be great to share

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    Deano222

    3 years ago

    Man your dedicated. I've done similar but with styrene, to act as a sound diffuser.

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    livichris

    3 years ago

    this is extremely cool, what an amazing idea. looks incredible.