How to create a perfect wooden wall
The last thing you want to do is to get an unfinished wooden wall, and this tutorial is a good way to start.
The first thing to do with this wood wall is to fill it with balsa wood.
If you’re not already using balsa, I highly recommend doing so.
You’ll want to start by laying a sheet of balsa plywood over the top of the wooden wall.
Then, place a sheet on top of that, and lay another sheet on the opposite side of the wall.
This creates a horizontal line.
When the wall is finished, you can remove the balsa piece and sand it down, using a microplane.
Once sanded down, you’ll want a thin, rough-hewn, thick layer of wood.
I found the best way to do this was to use a micro-drill and then cut out a rectangular section of the wood and lay it over the first sheet of plywood.
This will give you a rough surface.
Next, put two thin strips of wood along the edge of the sheet.
These will be the top and bottom.
Next, you need to cut two thin, rectangular pieces of baltic wood and glue them onto the top edge of your wooden wall with a piece of scrap balsa.
For the first piece, you’re going to use 2 pieces of scrap oak.
After the first layer is glued, you just need to add some extra wood glue.
Now you just have to sand the entire piece, and you’re good to go.
Using this tutorial, you should be able to create something that looks like this:It’s important to remember that your finished wooden wall will have some of the same grain as the wood you’re using.
You’ll need to sand this down to a smooth finish, and then glue it onto the other side of your wall.
Now, if you’re making your own wooden wall for yourself, I’d definitely recommend making a template.
This way, you have all of the materials you’ll need, and a few extra tips and tricks that I won’t cover in this tutorial.
Check out these other wood wall tutorials!