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We hired his company to repair the damage and put new wallpaper on.There are some amazing wallpapers out there - believe me not your grandmother's wallpaper at all.No matter what product you buy or do to the wall Your probably going to keep running into the same situation as you keep taking it off.Probably a combination of a non-primed wall and older sheetrock.If the power goes out, I’ll certainly remember to press this big white plastic circle , although it won’t come on because the batteries will be dead! It was 3/4 of the way up the wall over the entire bathroom. From Tim: Usually every construction project begins with de-construction of some sort. There was both electrical and plumbing work to be done behind it all so almost everything you see here was removed and replaced. Coming out of the tub surround was the Durock (cement board), then new sheet rock running into existing sheet rock.If I remember correctly, it contained gold specks in it 22 years ago when we moved in. In our little hovel’s bathroom, the mosaic tile simply had to go. The concern was to maintain everything at the same level – 1/2″ thickness in preparation for the beadboard. A good idea, even before this point, is to mark the studs in some way on the floor and/or ceiling so you know where the solid points are. Even though the beadboard would be glued and sparsely nailed, I still wanted to hit those studs as much as possible. The electrical is new, a GFCI and a three-way switch for the new ventilation fan/light combo (with the existing light above the vanity).I turn it to the hottest setting and hold it against the (scored) paper until the paper starts to scorch. The paper pops loose and lifts right off with the putty knife, dry, without harming the orange peel.

Continue to take the wall paper down and repair the drywall.I first showed you the amazing shower makeover, both part one and part two.Next up on the list of projects to share is how to install beadboard paneling. Don’t you just love the green sponge painting on the walls? And that lovely “security light” or whatever it’s called? Not only did the tile come down but most of the sheet rock as well.We literally spent hours upon hours tossing ideas back and forth, estimating products and measuring the space.In the bathroom reveal I showed you how thrilled I was that everything came together beautifully.

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