As you may know, we love to do projects around the house. At least those around someone else's house. We got the chance to do that over a couple of weekends when we visited Adam and Melissa in Fairfax.
Their townhouse needs some things done that make it more and more 'theirs'. One thing they did after they moved in was pull up all the carpet and expose the beautiful wood floors. They also had some wall paper they wanted to remove. Pam and Adam jumped on that project. The wallpaper wasn't your standard paper type. It was something else that was raised, had some designs in it and was the color that made it look a little like metal.
They let it dry a day or so, then Pam put two coats of paint on it and it looks just like the other walls.
We measured things out and decided we could come up with a surface area of 2' deep, 6' across the back and 4' down the side. With a shelf using the same dimensions, it only took 1 sheet of plywood 3/4' thick. We also got some 2" x 2"s for support/legs and 1" x 2" for trim.
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles today!