It’s that time again. We’ve done it before. We’ve done it in the kitchen. We’ve done it in the living & dining room. And now we need to do it in the bedrooms. We just cannot hold it any longer. You know what I’m talking about, do you? Of course you do. It’s time to […]
I’ve been pondering a while how to open this post. I found it to have a lack of body. But there’s pictures! A lot of them! I guess it’s ok not to write a lot every once in a while. As long as there are pictures. So dive in to see how we splashed paint
Because it’s all fun and stuff. Juggling with metal studs. I do it every day. I eat them for breakfast. No, not really. But I did have to do a lot of planning to set up the frame, and that’s what we’ll be talking about today.
You know what they say, once everything is sanded down you’re ready for the finishing touches. And since we did such a great job on making sure the walls and ceiling were as smooth as a baby’s behind, we were ready… for some paint!
We insulated the flat roof. Then we finished that with the installation of a vapour barrier. Now we’re up to the next challenge: how to get to a nice, finished ceiling from that. Despite the availability of different kinds of shelves, we immediately knew we were going the route of a drywall ceiling. We just
We’re going full speed in the kitchen now. First stop: a finished ceiling. For that, we first need to finish the insulation part with a vapour barrier. Why you need it Simple: prevent condensation. All air contains some water vapour. If the warm air from inside your house travels through the insulation, it cools. Cooler