Midwest #3: Lori's "Hole in the Kitchen Wall" Project

Midwest #3: Lori's "Hole in the Kitchen Wall" Project

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Janel Laban
Jan 23, 2008

Name: Lori
Location: Hershey, MI
Time: Six Hours
Cost: $50.

Talk about a big difference from before to after! From literally a hole in the wall to a neatly finished beadboard backsplash. Head below the jump for all the pics, tools, instructions and VOTING...

BEFORE

Tell us the tools and resources you used for the project:
We used constuction adhesive and finishing nails for the beadboard strips, a chop saw and a plane for the cuts, and trim, caulk and paint.

DURING


Share step by step instructions for how you completed the project:

We measured the area we wanted to cover, then went to lowes and bought 2 packages of tongue in grove beadboard planks and half round trim. We cut the beadboard to fit, used adhesive and nails to adhere. The edges were caulked and trimmed, then painted with semi gloss paint left over from the cabinets.

DURING
AFTER
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