Geometric Wood Feature Walls

By Kate Riley March 3, 2021

Painted accent walls were all the rage years ago. They’ve made comeback but with a slight twist. These contemporary feature walls are created with lattice strips, cut and installed in creative geometric angles.

Shiplap and board and batten are classic installations, but here are some alternatives to consider if you’re feeling the need to create a focal wall in one of your spaces. All you need is the lattice trim from a home improvement store, a miter saw, a nail gun, and a plan.


Slatted Feature Wall


Diagonal Lines


Hexagon Feature Wall


Repeating Triangles


Offset Lattice


Abstract Angles


Abstract Angles II

Abstract Angles III

Reverse Board and Batten


Rectangle Grid


Pencil Stripes


Geometric Millwork

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  1. I did something like the “diagonal lines” feature to help off-set a set of corner windows in my dining room. Artwork on the wall never looked centered because of the corner window, and the diagonal lines help trick the eye away from it. I’m sure these inspiration photos will help someone else with similar situations!

  2. I love how they look but being the clean freak that I am, I can see myself having to dust them all the time.

    • I’m the same way. My Shaker style cabinets drive me nuts. Especially the darker ones.

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