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  1. First, turn off the breaker that connects to the outlet or light switch with which you are working. It is important to ensure there is no electricity running to the area you are handling.
  2. Take off the faceplate and set the pieces aside. Loosen the screws to the switch or outlet without fully removing them.
  3. Mark the plank where cuts need to be made in order to be flush with the electrical box.
  4. Using a utility knife, handsaw, jigsaw, or miter saw, cut the plank on the marks indicated.
  5. Before removing the adhesive backing, ensure your newly cut plank properly fits around the switch. Then, remove the backing and place the plank around the outlet or switch and apply pressure until the plank has adhered to the wall.
  6. Tighten the screws to secure the switch and replace the faceplate.
  7. Turn the breaker back on and you're done!




  1. This will ensure a tight fit take the piece you want to overlap, cut ¼ inch of the adhesive backing and remove from the piece.
  2. Temporarily hold the this piece in place to ensure proper placement while installing the opposite side.
  3. Mark the plank where cuts need to be made in order to be flush with the electrical box.
  4. Remove the backer from the remaining adhesive and adhere it flush against the other piece.
  5. Finally to disguise the cut piece use a pencil to color the edge.  





  1. To begin place the board in the space where it needs to fit and mark the width on both ends.
  2. Use a straightedge to connect the two marks.
  3. With a utility knife, make multiple passes along the line to cut through the board. Be sure to cut through the adhesive, as well.
  4. Before removing the adhesive backing, dry fit the piece in the space to ensure a proper fit.
  5. Lastly, remove the adhesive backing, place the piece and apply pressure. 


How to install planks in area with an unfinished edge


This video will show you how to install plank and mill wall planks starting in the middle of a space rather than at the edge or corner.

  1. Use a straightedge to connect the two marks.
  2. Using a level, draw a straight, vertical line where you wish to begin your pattern.
  3. Since in this installation the lighter sawn edge will be visible, use a pencil to color the exposed  side to give it the same weathered grey look as the front. This will give your project  a more finished look.
  4. Place this plank vertically along the line to use as a border for the area to be covered with the planks. Begin staggering your pattern, just as you would if you began in a corner.