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“Magnetic modular wall decor,” is how Moonish describes their plywood wall tiles, but we’ll just call them genius. Dyed and silkscreened in Brooklyn, these 6″x6″ marine grade plywood (more durable and resistant to humidity) tiles are available in a range of comely patterns and solids, applied in thin washes that allow the wood grain to show through.

“Magnetic modular wall decor,” is how Moonish describes their plywood wall tiles, but we’ll just call them genius. Dyed and silkscreened in Brooklyn, these 6″x6″ marine grade plywood (more durable and resistant to humidity) tiles are available in a range of comely patterns and solids, applied in thin washes that allow the wood grain to show through.

There are enough plank tutorials online that I'm not going to walk you through every single step. Cut the wood, work your paint magic, nail it up. But a couple of helpful tips for ya. I got my wood at Home Depot, I believe it was called plywood sheeting. Anyway, it was $11-13 a sheet.

There are enough plank tutorials online that I'm not going to walk you through every single step. Cut the wood, work your paint magic, nail it up. But a couple of helpful tips for ya. I got my wood at Home Depot, I believe it was called plywood sheeting. Anyway, it was $11-13 a sheet.

(from the website) - How to Repurpose an Old Door {trash to treasure}  This is a fun idea of how to reuse an old door.  Apply magnetic chalkboard paint, turn horizontally, and hang on your wall as a weekly organizer.

(from the website) - How to Repurpose an Old Door {trash to treasure} This is a fun idea of how to reuse an old door. Apply magnetic chalkboard paint, turn horizontally, and hang on your wall as a weekly organizer.