Would you let me cut a hole in your wall???

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  • Straight Nails Construction
    on Apr 15, 2012

    KMS... yes, I agree, but the customer didnt want to renovate. Bonnie... the door was a 24", in an older home. There is currently a "normal" door that leads to the hallway, and then into the bath.... and Nichter, touche..... and thanks for the lighthearted comment. It was a difficult situation with a much better than expected outcome.

  • Laura S
    on Apr 15, 2012

    I am sorry -- in re-reading my post, it was rude. I was wondering why the gap was more noticable in one pic and not another (carpet vs hardwood). Thanks for your answer, it was very nicely put.

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