Beadboard Bathroom Re-do
Here, my client wanted to do away with the wall tile surrounding her bathroom and replace it with beadboard. The only solution, imo, was to remove the wallboard & tile and built up from there. For this installation, the beadboard was inserted inside a frame comprised of 1x stock and the seams were then covered with trim.
Published January 13th, 2013 11:41 AM
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Thom Cincotta Custom Renovation & Repair, LLC on Oct 31, 2013I figured that popping the tiles off would have left a very rough surface. Much quicker to remove the wall along with the tile, then replace w/ sheetrock to achieve the desired depth. Gluing over tile was not ideal to install trim with tight joints for the long haul.