Updating knotty pine kitchen cabinets
Then I took that first piece to use as a guide and cut several more pieces the same length, since it is repetition all the way around.
Then you just dunk the back of the paper in water, wetting it really well. Let it sit for about 5 minutes and then start putting it up.
I decided where the chairrail would sit and used the light switch as my guide, right below that. I began in a corner, working my way around the wall.
I did have to wallpaper behind the toilet, but managed to slide it behind before we took the toilet out for the floor planks.
I used less than 1 roll for this project and still have a little left. If you missed my earlier posts about my new found love of beadboard wallpaper that started 2 years ago, you can go here, here, and we even had a beadboard wallpaper linky party here. Before I show off the new bathroom, I’m going to share the how-to’s on the beadboard wallpaper and the new vinyl faux wood planks that went down on the floor. I didn’t bother to paint below the chairrail, since that is where the wallpaper will go.
Y’all, it’s gorgeous now and I’ve only got one more thing to do to the mirror and it will be show-worthy. Painting first makes sense, then you don’t have to worry about getting it on your new wallpaper.
If you happen to have a wall that is not square, there is a possibility that your line at the bottom will be slightly off sitting on top of the baseboard.220 Acres in the Potsdam area that offers unlimited potential and opportunity.Rolling terrain that has a mix of meadows and woods.I didn’t have any major problems with mine at all and any slight gaps got covered up with trim paint, so it is really not a big deal.IF by chance you do have extreme gaps, then you could always get a small 1/4″ trim piece and slap it right over the bottom paper on top of the base and that would totally hide any boo-boos.