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Old 08-09-2016, 04:14 AM   #21
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Me either. I think it looks pretty cool.
Fun job I would imagine.

If the powder room does get peed on, it's likely going to be by guests and workers (like the painter).

Personally, I would be inclined to be careful with my aim in such a well decorated powder room


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Some time, look up how far even well aimed pee goes. You will be surprised.
Look it up?
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Look it up?
Those are the kind of things that occur when you're up at an ungodly hour of the morning staring at a portal to the internet.
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Since this thread seems to be hijacked already, Google "Toilet/sink combo".

I saw one today for the first time in the home we're working in.
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Just saw your job, my hat's off to you, that was an intricate job.
On wood no less.
Meticulous, that's the word.
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Old 08-10-2016, 03:40 AM   #26
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Those are the kind of things that occur when you're up at an ungodly hour of the morning staring at a portal to the internet.
Actually our friend(?) Jim Parodi posted this somewhere.

But you are mostly correct
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Very nice job. Wonder how it would've looked with the very bottom of vanity painted white to blend with base board.
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So what was the answer? Can you wallpaper? lol!
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Well.....I didn't think it was ugly
It's not ugly, I really like it. She could always clear coat it for easy clean up,haha.
Nice job, well done.
But, where are the doors? Seems like there should be doors.Or....maybe you can make a little curtain out of the wallpaper and string it up like a shower curtain.
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I have never seen this done. Nice job Gwarel!
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I didn't see any doors. Maybe she's going to use a curtain?
Well, can you make curtains?seriously though it looks sharp
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Me either. I think it looks pretty cool.
Fun job I would imagine.

If the powder room does get peed on, it's likely going to be by guests and workers (like the painter).

Personally, I would be inclined to be careful with my aim in such a well decorated powder room


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Well of course I can! Actually, the hardest part of this job was finding the match. The repeat was a straight match at 25.25", but the design has 5 of the patterns within the repeat. I tried to find an identifier, but to the eye they all look the same. The slant ceiling didn't make it possible to just pull to the next repeat, so it was a bit of a challenge.

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What kind glue did you use? Did you have to pre-glue it?
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What kind glue did you use? Did you have to pre-glue it?
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And they say the painters are prima donnas
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That looks amazing. Good work.

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And they say the painters are prima donnas
These days I am much more painter than paper hanger

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