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Sneak Peek!!!!
 


Here is a sneak peek of my first completed wall! This wall will eventually have the sink and toilet on it. Still needs grout and a little touching up.  Can't wait to share the finished bathroom with ya'll! Only 2017263628289389 tiles left to install!! :cucumber:

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The Glencroft Dollhouse: Bathroom

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Loving this! So it appears that you work on walls and then install them into an existing house correct? Everyone does things differently so I wanted to confirm?

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6 hours ago, Debora59 said:

Loving this! So it appears that you work on walls and then install them into an existing house correct? Everyone does things differently so I wanted to confirm?

Hi Debora! Yes! Before I started assembling the house, I traced every wall on foam-core board. It turned into a complicated puzzle in the end but it was soooooo much easier to do all the finishes and details this way. It also made it easy to cut little channels for all the wiring. 

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5 hours ago, chrisatoledo said:

Hi Debora! Yes! Before I started assembling the house, I traced every wall on foam-core board. It turned into a complicated puzzle in the end but it was soooooo much easier to do all the finishes and details this way. It also made it easy to cut little channels for all the wiring. 

What a great idea! 

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9 hours ago, chrisatoledo said:

Hi Debora! Yes! Before I started assembling the house, I traced every wall on foam-core board. It turned into a complicated puzzle in the end but it was soooooo much easier to do all the finishes and details this way. It also made it easy to cut little channels for all the wiring. 

It also makes for nice wall thickness between rooms at the door jams which I noticed and really liked when you posted the pictures of your paneled rooms. By the way what are using for these shiny tiles?

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11 hours ago, Debora59 said:

It also makes for nice wall thickness between rooms at the door jams which I noticed and really liked when you posted the pictures of your paneled rooms. By the way what are using for these shiny tiles?

That is actually the first reason I thought of using foam-core. I knew I wanted the walls to have some thinckness to them and it ended up being incredibly useful for multiple reasons! As for the tiles, I made them! I actually just posted a tutorial for them last night HERE

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