Ripped Paper Walls – No Paint Challenge – Mobile Home Remodel #20

We decided to challenge ourselves and see if we could complete an interior remodel without using paint. We are accomplishing this goal by using a ripped

10 Comments

  1. Im assuming it looks spotty because the drywall is an off white and shows up once wet/sealed. that first coat you put on does it come in white or maybe a primer that is white you could put down before the paper?

  2. OneForTheDollyBirds July 8, 2019 at 11:56 pm

    The scary moment still looked good–like a stone wall.

  3. Too bad you two are disappointed; from this video, it looks clean and great!

  4. The final reveal looked beautiful. Loved the rug, quilt, floating stands, floor, everything! Before long, you will have a completed new home.

  5. it is a interesting wall treatment……i wonder if colored paper would be better? i’m just not a white kinda dude…maybe maps?

  6. I don’t understand why you wouldn’t prime the drywall then you have no problem. It seems like you are avoiding paint. Wondering why?

  7. I thought your bedroom looked good and I think Belle’s room looks good too. You’re too hard on yourself.
    I think you might have a look in your head that you’re expecting to see and because it’s not quite like what you had envisioned, you’re a bit disappointed or frustrated. Perhaps the 3rd time will be the charm?
    Honestly, both bedrooms look just fine!

  8. This is a question not about renovations. I remember when you got Tundra and Ashley got her riding gear. She was excited to ride her eat we never see any videos of her riding Tundra around the property??

  9. Susan Napolitano o July 9, 2019 at 3:47 pm

    Doug, you and Ashley are doing a wonderful job! God bless you and all your hard work!!!

  10. Did you consider painting over the paper? Might make it look more solid.

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