27 March 2012

. . . poof! it's gone . . .

. . . i've tried lots of different methods
over the years . . .
•fabric softener
•electric steamer
•slap on some drywall mud
. . . but the best idea so far
for getting rid of
pesky, unwanted wallpaper? . . .
. . . josh squared . . .




. . . josh, my nephew . . .
. . . and josh, his uncle . . .
{also uncles ammon and lamoni ~ i wish i'd taken their picture}

. . . and bead board . . .
. . . lots of bead board . . .



. . . i've been in awe
of the craftsmanship . . .
. . . they've faced
the tub and shower enclosures . . .



. . . they've wrapped
every {unsquare} corner . . .
. . . they've filled and sanded
every nail hole and seam . . .



. . . now let's just hope my
{less-than-professional}
painting skills don't mess up
their beautiful work . . .


5 comments:

manders said...

its gonna look awesome! i can't wait to see the finished product!

Nanette Merrill said...

Oh I love bead board. Love it. This is beautiful.

chris+amber said...

Woooow...such a huge transformation. Looking amazing! BTW, I vote for you to just paint the top the same as your room. It's a pretty color. Those dudes have mad skillz.

{alisse t} said...

looks amazing!!

Sassy said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE bead board....it will be beautiful......can't wait to see the finished project....I will try real hard NOT to be a little bit jealous......