Wavy Walls

Benjamin Davis from Lucy Gonzales Ministries in Arlington, TX brings us this design for an Easter conference.

Corrugated PVC Panels from—$13.54 each
Twelve 2″x4″ Studs from Home Depot—$2.92 each
Spray-on Frosted Glass from Home Depot—$3.76
Insulation FoamBoard from Home Depot—$9.25
“L”Braces for stands
Black paint

Benjamin made four corrugated panels screwed to stands painted with Frosted Glass. He added lights behind them to make them glow. For the middle part, he made a cross out of foam board and stapled bubble-wrap behind it for a textured look. You either need to paint with a mix of chalk paint or prime your wood first, or the Frosted Glass will come off too easily.






7 responses to Wavy Walls

  1. This is really nice – I think I am going to borrow your idea soon – thanks for posting!
    The frosted glass just went on the wood or the plastic corrugated part or both?

  2. @Lisa
    The frosted glass went on the corrugated panels.
    That was an error in the post. It was not used on the wood. I used inexpensive wood, therefore, it needs to be primed before painting. There are so many more ideas you can use with the panels they are very lightweight. Ideal for hanging, maybe? Interested in seeing how you and others use this design too! :)

  3. I was wondering if you rent this set/buy? I am planning an event in September in Arlington, TX

  4. Iglesa Roca Firme (Solid Rock Church) Fayetteville NC. August 17, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    Excelent Job!!

  5. Thanks for sharing your idea. We built it at our church and it looks AWESOME!!!

  6. thank for sharing…Looks awesome!! Modern and easy to make!

  7. Great look! Can’t wait to try this at Rise!

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