How to trim a ceiling trim
I’m an average guy, and I know I have a tendency to put on some unnecessary extra padding on my ceiling.
I’m also an average man.
I can trim my walls and ceilings, but it takes a lot of effort and money.
I know, I know.
I’ve spent months looking at ceiling trim options, but no one has come close to matching my style and need.
I think it’s time for ceiling trim to make a comeback.
The reason is simple: there’s more than enough room on the outside of a home.
As I sit here today, my home is about 5 inches tall.
That’s not an unreasonable amount of room.
But it’s also not enough room for a ceiling fan that’s been sitting on my counter for over a year.
So, when my friend asked me to make her a ceiling light, I knew it was the right thing to do.
What I didn’t know was how many people would love it.
I made my ceiling fan out of a small table lamp and some cardboard boxes, and then I cut out a few pieces.
I didn, however, want it to be too bulky.
The ceiling light’s been hanging on my wall for nearly a year now.
Here’s what you need to know: What you’ll need: A box lamp (or two) to create the ceiling light piece.
A flat surface, such as a wooden block.
(You can use the same cardboard blocks you used for the ceiling fan.)
You’ll need two pieces of tape for each ceiling light.
A piece of masking tape.
A light bulb.
How to make the ceiling lighting piece: 1.
Cut a piece of cardboard out of cardboard that is about 3 inches tall, and about 1.5 inches wide.
Tape it around the inside of the cardboard, so that it fits over the cardboard.
Measure the width of the piece of wall to be attached to the cardboard box.
Measure two pieces, one for each side of the wall.
Tape the two pieces together.
(This is where you’ll find your ceiling fan part.)
Cut the tape to the desired width.
Attach the two ends of the tape together using a piece that is slightly longer than the width that the cardboard piece is.
How long the tape is is depends on how wide you want the ceiling.
(I’d say about 3/8 inch.)
For the front of my room, I needed a 3-inch piece of tape, which was around 4 inches wide and 3.5 feet long.
So I made the ceiling piece 3.75 feet long, and used the length of the front piece to attach it to the box lamp.
This allowed me to attach the ceiling lamp at the sides, so it wouldn’t interfere with the front.
Cut out a piece about the same size as the cardboard that’s about the size of your head.
Cut one piece to be the opposite side of your front piece.
(Remember that you’re trying to create a “belly light” in your room, so your ceiling is facing your head.)
Attaching the cardboard to the lamp piece: 10.
Cut off the end of the end piece.
Tape your piece of light to the top of the box, as shown.
Attachment: The light bulb part is attached to one side of a piece on the back wall.
(The bottom part is in the middle of the lamp.)
The light is held in place by a piece at the top.
The top of your ceiling light will have the same diameter as the front lamp, so you can easily attach it in your wall.
I used a piece I had lying around, and it worked just fine.
I have about six of these hanging in my living room right now, and the one I bought is going to be hanging in the bathroom for about a year or two.
The bottom piece is removable, and you can attach the lamp in different places on the ceiling to create your own unique style.
So far, the only one that’s actually been damaged is the one that was hanging in our bathroom.
The only other ceiling light I’ve seen damaged is from a friend’s apartment in Florida.
That light is still hanging on the wall, and is getting old.
So if you’re looking for a new way to keep your ceiling lights on longer, this one may be for you.