Updating flowered wallboard
I wanted to make the space look more modern and appear larger. With that in mind, I chose to paint wide horizontal stripes in two neutral complementary colors. MMHM Member “skrapwood” asked: “Has anyone found a way around those lovely lattice strips they use to join drywall board without replacing the drywall all together?
On a happy note- I do have lots of photos and posts that I can share as soon as thing settle down for the Summer and I can get those thoughts together.
So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
As mentioned in earlier posts about my bathroom, the plastic tile wall board was the big thing keeping me from updating the room. And, wear a dust mask – you don’t want to breathe in any of those weird little plastic particles! Wipe down the walls with a damp towel to remove any dust.
We tried using a stucco effect but the seams just cracked.
And we tried just painting over them as if they didn’t exist but that doesn’t seem to work either, they are still there in all the wrong places.” Me again: I would love to hear all the ways people are doing it, whether you’ve had success, even if you’ve had not so much success, since we all want to know what is a bad idea in order to save ourselves time and money.
In January, we picked back up with the vanity light project.