DIY SCRABBLE TILE GALLERY WALL | Less than $30 Farmhouse Project

Aren't staircase gallery walls so cool? I've wanted one for a really long time, but they're kind of scary. What if you mess up? In this video I have an easy solution.

As I was searching the internet for inspiration, I came across some really cool looking scrabble tile gallery walls. The techniques suited my rustic, modern farmhouse vibe and I could tell it was a project I could do under my budget constraints. Plus, my husband’s family LOVES scrabble, so I knew it would be something he would appreciate too.

This project cost me under $30. I paid $11.44 for the lumber at Lowes. (I’ve heard it’s cheaper at Home Depot so I should have shopped around more.) And $15 for the stencils from Essential Stencil. I already had everything else I needed, so I only used a few dollars worth of paint and stain.


(2) 4 x 1 x 8 Boards (for bigger projects use 4 x 1 x 10 Boards)

Miter Saw

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint – Pure White

Essential Stencil – 4” Scrabble Tiles (Get 10% off with code: FarmhouseProject10)

Varathane Stain - Espresso

220 Grit Sand paper

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Music: High by JPB

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