|Just in case you forgot what it used to look like.|
What we learned while drywalling...
1. Do not try to be cheap on the amount of putty you use. Slab it up there. You can always sand it back.
2. When doing drywall, make sure the pieces are as close as you can possibly get them.
3. When doing the taping/paper, put a ton of putty underneath so that it sticks well. Once dryed, if it doesn't look flush with the wall, then rip it up and do it again. Worth try two.
Ok so here is a picture of the roofing with the lights in! Not perfect (I secretly hid the imperfections with this camera view...ahhhhahahah), but a good play space and safe. Apparently, she even knows how to turn the lights on and off! The light switch is actually just a perfect height for her to reach. Love it!
Michael put down the tiles a few days ago. We will give you guys a better picture later on, but we have to say that we are huge fans of carpet tiles. Cheaper than regular carpet, plus you just peel and stick. It can't get easier than that!