We removed one wall to open the space and some of the drywall that was removed found its way to a construction recycling center. All reusable pieces of drywall were cut down into manageable sizes and put in the studio to use as canvases for future paintings, artwork and sample boards. (Drywall scraps make wonderful surfaces to paint, decoupage or carve on. Great leftover material to be considered for art projects.)
Step 3: Linoleum Flooring
Most of the linoleum flooring was secured to the plywood baseboards with an adhesive, so it was cut out in sections using a circular saw to remove. We saved some to use as work mats in the workshop and art studio.