How to Clad a Playhouse's Interior Walls With Beadboard
Installing drywall can be a time-consuming and messy job You can quickly finish a kids' playhouse or garden shed's interior walls with 4x8 sheets of beadboard, basic tools and paint.
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Trim Windows and Doors
Determine dimensions for window trim pieces using measuring tape (Image 1). Referring to measurements, mark 8-foot long planks of 1x3 pine to size with pencil. Cut each piece of trim with a circular saw, mitering corners at a 45-degree angle (Image 2). Starting along the bottom, attach each piece of trim with nail gun, ensuring a tight fit along each mitered corner (Images 3 and 4).
Measure, Cut and Install Baseboards
Use measuring tape to measure for baseboards. Mark 8-foot planks of 1x3 pine to size with pencil, cut with circular saw, then attach with nail gun.
Cover windows with kraft paper and painter's tape to avoid overspray. Use HVLP paint sprayer to add even coats of primer then semigloss paint to all beadboard and trim surfaces, allowing at least one hour dry time between coats (Images 1 and 2).
Add a touch of antiquity overhead by using salvaged floors as architectural interest.
A set of dishes is spray painted then hung on the wall to create three-dimensional artwork.
Create a colorful entrance with art, framed family photos and cherished objects grouped together on an expansive entry wall.