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I fit Wood Slat Panelling in a Victorian Alcove [member edit]

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In this one we go back to before Christmas when I was fitting wood slat panelling to our newly created downstairs WC - all part of the ground floor house renovations that will be coming along in a set of videos shortly.

This was the most fiddly job I’ve done in a while, battling wonky Victorian walls and trying to make the most of the offcuts of panelling we had. Enjoy!


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