Pergo Laminate Wood Accent Wall

Posted by: on August 21st, 2012 | 7 Comments
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It’s often the surprising, unexpected details in a home that create the most lasting impression – like when you take a ordinary material, say laminate flooring, and use it to create a stunning focal point in a room of your home.

In this video, Home Depot associate Ryan shows you in step-by-step detail how the use simple Pergo laminate wood flooring to produce an accent wall that people won’t be able to stop talking about. Also, get a complete list of supplies needed to complete the project, including  Liquid Nails®, a caulking gun, and a nail gun and air compressor that you can buy or rent from The Home Depot.

You can get a little more information on this project, and you can ask questions about it on our online How-To Community Forums. That’s also where you can download printed instructions for this DIY wood laminate wall project.

Check out more DIY and home improvement videos on The Home Depot’s YouTube channel.


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  1. Lucas says:

    I am looking at doing this project, but the laminate I have has a padding attached to it. Would this need to be removed prior to installing it on the wall?

  2. Deana says:

    Is it possible to mount a tv on the wall and have the cords hidden behind?

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  4. Cogito Dexter says:

    Additional tip…

    If you want a nice tidy edge, glue a 90 degree edging strip you’d normally use for tiling along the cut edges of the laminate (i.e. vertically). Depending on the wall color, white or chrome effect edging would hide the raw cut edge and would look particularly good if you have a flat boundary between laminate and drywall.

    • Dee says:

      Great tip! Can you provide a link to an edging strip? I can’t seem to find one online and haven’t used one before.

  5. Lawson Olbrych says:

    How do you laminate wall a wall if you use the full wall from corner to corner to tighten the boards inbetween each other ?