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How did they attach the cedar squares to the walls? How did they do the layout to make them so even?
 
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How did they attach the cedar squares to the walls? How did they do the layout to make them so even?

Yea, and can you imagine when it comes time to do some re-painting how long it will take to paint around all those squares! Interesting design but not very practical.
 
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Liquid nails, LOL!


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With all those windows, there are very few walls you would ever have to paint
 
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The little squares throughout the home are an interesting feature. The light through the stairwell even makes little squares reflect on the wall


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A better question is: How easily can I remove them, once I win the place? ;-) What a waste of time & materials.
 
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My first and consistant thought is more towards the investment in dusting time ..... Roll Eyes Toooooooooooooooooo many ledges for myself or the maids(ha ha....) Wink


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