Joel Burbrink from The Point in Seymour, IN brings us this country Christmas Jenga design.
They simply used pallets turned different directions to create this design. The pallets were all different sizes and placed randomly to create a pattern. Then they strung cafe’ lights inside them for that warm Christmas glow. Fresh evergreen wreaths were hung to bring some Christmas cheer.
The only cost were the lights. They got them at Target.
They screwed the pallets to their back wall and also to one another to create stability. It just so happens that their back wall was solid wood. This space obviously used to be a traditional sanctuary. They painted all of that flat black. Joel also added some other pictures of decor from this series.