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"Here is the dreadful before shot! You know the beginning stages, gut, demo, and destroy. Then, patch up any holes with some drywall mud, and sand them down until they're nice and smooth. Now, for the fun part..."
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"We created wall panels by cutting mirror backings down to size—picture backings or dresser backings would also work. I cut them on a table saw and used a little glue and a nail gun to attach them to the wall. Caulk exposed edges and paint."
"Nails and Glue, $10. Caulk, $4. Paint, I always use what I have."
"Where did the other $134 expense come from? It went to the floor, sink, toilet, and light fixture. If you see any store with a 'Going Out Of Business Sale' or 'Moving Sale,' ask for floor model demos!"