Don't throw it out! ....re-use it! We found this cool light fixture at a Thrift store and could not pass it up! With a little frost spray paint and black spray paint we gave it new life in the garden as a lantern!
I think I need some professional help on fixing my drywall / ceilings in preparation to paint. I've tried fixing the cracks above the door openings in the past with everything from
on Mar 09, 2012
I don't think you need a contractor Sherri..you can cut the damaged part out and replace it
with another piece of sheetrock. When you spackle, use light coats & feather them out. Let them dry thoroughly and sand out any bumps. Use as many coats as you need to, to blend it to the existing sheetrock. As long as you don't have any bumps or pits, you will never know it was repaired once you paint. Cove molding will work just as well as crown molding without the expense, but if that's not an issue..crown molding is very beautiful!