Since I've already done a tutorial on built-ins, I figure no one needs to hear all that again. In fact,
I figure it gives me license to talk about whatever the heck I wanna talk about.
"Well I have a microphone and you don't. So YOU WILL LISTEN TO EVERY DA#$ WORD I HAVE TO SAY!"
(name that movie.)
I wish we could view these pictures like a flip book. You know what I mean? Flip through this fast transformation. That'd be boss.
It always begins with a hole.
"We're living in sweese cheese with a door."
Name that totally awesome movie that I could quote all.day.long.
"Ya testin' missiles here or what?"
"Yes and it's all very hush hush so forget you saw anything, and forget about a tip."
"I'd help you with that, but somebody stepped on all my fingers."
"Sometimes it amazes me you ever passed the bar."
"I'm sure it does. You've never passed a bar, in your life."
So it's good to see they used the proper moisture resistant drywall in here. (Nerd.)
This was the fun part, actually--
said it before 'n I'll say it again,
drywall cutting with a sawzall is sooo bad ace. Closest most of us will ever get to being Ahnuld.
Anyways. I know! Let's do some trivia about this project, shall we?
Drywall removal and clean up time: 30 minutes
Building and inserting of box: 20 minutes
Moulding application: 20 minutes
Paint and spackle application: Fifty hundred bajillion hours OF PURE TORTURE.
And finally, no one talk about my dirty shower. This is 31 days of moulding, people-- not 31 days of deep cleaning, okay? It's called priorities.