Updating old doors

We gave the Lowe’s employer our measurements and asked him to cut the boards for us. While he cut our beadboard, Caitlin and I gathered the rest of our supplies. Squeeze construction glue onto the back of the beadboard panels. Apply the self-adhering strips to the perimeter of the mirror door. Use a framing square to ensure tight 90 degree angles where your veneer meets. When my sister brought me on to the Topsail Beach condo renovation, she had a laundry list of DIY projects she wanted me to complete.Almost all of the doors in our house are standard six paneled white doors.My daughters’ closet doors are where the “almost” comes in – they were flat paneled hollow doors that stuck out from the rest of the space like a sore thumb.One of them was dressing up the hollow flat doors with moulding panels.

If there are chips or dings, you need to fix them before proceeding. Set your top piece in place and secure it with the finish nailer.

Yesterday, I shared how we planked the walls and ceiling.

Just by doing that, the room looked entirely different.

When marking your doors, use a pencil and level to draw your lines.

After we had our panel measurements, Caitlin and I headed to Lowe’s.