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Measure the inner dimensions of each divider. Transfer the measurements to the beadboard and cut a panel for each. Apply construction adhesive directly to the wall, and press the panel in place. Tack the edges with a brad nailer to secure it. Continue the inside areas of all the dividers until they're covered.
Continue for the two side walls and the long wall. Install a full piece over the doorway, and use the rotary tool to remove any excess. Make it fit flush with the door frame.
Vinyl tiles provide a floor that resists water, dirt and grime. It's the perfect choice for a mud room -- hardwood or carpet could be ruined. To begin the installation, cut the 2 x 4 threshold at the door.
Vacuum and wipe away all dirt and debris to prep the floor. Allow the floor to dry, and measure the area.
Find the center of the floor (image 1). Snap a chalk line at the intersection of the two lines, which is at the center of the room. Place the first tile at the intersection (image 2).
Place the tiles snugly together and following the directional placement on the back of each tile. Use a utility knife to cut the tile to fit around doors and openings.
At the door's threshold, score a nice straight line using a utility knife and straightedge. Remove any excess material.