- Beadboard the backs of the bookcases
- Fill the holes of the bookcase
- We will build doors for the lower part of the bookcases
- We will build an entertainment center to hold the DVR and DVD player.
- The man will remove the existing trim and replace it onto the bookcases.
- Both of us will trim out the entire bookcase system to cover an gaps where wood meets.
- Sand and paint!
I did it.
Since the middle shelf is not removable that means you have to do a little more work-- you can't just put up one big long piece of wallpaper-- you have to cut it in two. It really was easier in all honesty to work with smaller pieces, so I didn't mind having to do it a few more times than I would have before.
If you use the same wallpaper I did, then due to size you have to cover 1 book case you will have to wall paper in 2 large sections (see picture) and then you have to make 2 smaller strips to cover what the larger piece didn't.
I had to do that 8 times for the 4 bookcases. It took me about 30-40 minutes to do each bookcase which really isn't that bad.
This bookcase on my left was the WORST with the warping, but you can't tell anymore because as it dried it corrected itself.
- Measuring Tape
- Pencil or pen
- Smoothing Brush