More than a year ago we started a project in our big room. My husband and father built bookcases at one end of the room and then Mr Man and I stripped part of the wallpaper from the walls at the other end. Before all this took place some beams were built into the room to lift the sagging ceiling (raised it 7 inches). This also helped define the one long room into two. One end, where the bookcases are, is the playroom and the other part with the front door is the sitting room or blue room as we have repapered two of the three walls with blue wallpaper. All the walls in the trailer are wood paneling, so we stripped the bottom half of the walls completely free of paper and have had grand intentions of painting it white and putting up chair railing to mimic wainscoting.
Well today finally saw the wallpaper get finished. Now I have to wash all the lower walls free of year old dried wall paper paste so we can prime and paint them. I'm tempted to just buy some of that paint that is paint and primer in one otherwise I fear it will never get done as I have to work with Hazel's nap time which is a brief two hours a day.
Besides this, all the beams need to be sanded so they too can be painted. I might have left them rustic wood, but the installers put white stuff on parts of them (I'm so technical I know).
But hey. The wall paper is up!!