There's the hubby working hard (not really because this was such an easy peasy job). We started by installing the center verticle board first. You will notice that the verticle boards don't go all the way down to the trim. This is because we will eventually be replacing the 3 inch trim with 5 inch trim. I decided that we won't do crown molding around the ceiling because I've raised the window treatments so high that I don't think it would look right, unless of course I lowered them again. But I like them high and I thought with this "modern lattice," the room wouldn't need crown molding. After installing the center verticle board, based off my drawing, we measured and cut the horizontal boards which made spacing the remaining horizontal boards a cinch. The level was essential in this project, and the nail gun was a big plus. We literally threw this up in no time! Literally!!!
I think this project, or a variation, would look so cool in a living room as a feature wall behind a sofa, or maybe even in a foyer. Instead of mirrors and rounds, frames of similar objects like botanicals or maybe even black and white photographs might also look cool. And I'll have to say, it looked pretty cool before the rounds and mirrors were even added for that Home Girl that may not be as adventurous as myself, but that might be dying to step out of her comfort zone.