It's a floating floor, so no nails required. The wood panels "lock" together. We got a set from the Habitat ReStore a few years ago and finally got to put them in! It didn't take too long for Trent to get the floor down, since the space is super small.
Then he started on cutting the drywall and screwing it into the studs. He got the walls about halfway up before he stopped for the night.
I think he did a pretty good job so far. It feels like some good progress for just one day!
It's cool to see this little hall closet coming together. And after taking a break from working on the house for a while, it's also pretty satisfying to start another reno project and see the space taking shape.
So what's next? Well, after the walls are all up, then the cracks and nails will need mudded and sanded. We'll also need floor trim and a threshold put down in the doorway. Then we'll prime and paint the walls and ceiling, and install some shelves.
I can't wait to store my towels, vacuum, and cleaning supplies in an efficient manner for once! Progress is nice. :)