We have stripped the wall tile, mortar, and wire mesh from the walls in the bathroom.
We are down to the studs, but have left the top half of the wall (concrete/mortar/whatever) intact.
Plan is to put about 4 foot beadboard on the bottom half.
So here is the question- what should go behind the beadboard? Should I put in vapor barrier drywall on the bottom half and blend it into the plaster? If so, is drywall mud good for this?
Or do top half of the walls need to come down?
Never worked with plaster before, so I don't know if it needs special care to go with dryall.
Thanks for the help, next thread will be the incredibly uneven floor (product of the house settling and then getting releveled about 15 years ago. About 4" of concrete under two layers of small tile...