This wallpaper is GREAT! I've never worked with any kind of wallpaper and this was sooo easy to work with. It took my sweet galley kitchen and gave it a lil extra charm. Pay no mind to
the date, didn't reset camera before shots. I did this just a few weeks ago. They are still sweet and I love coming in for morning coffee and seeing my lil DIY :*) Only thing, some corners needed touch up, so a little clue and easy fix.
3 Hours 40.00 Easy
Commented on Feb 17, 2013
Home Depot and Lowes both carry the paintable versions of beadboard wall paper. Ebay also has
I bought two 8 ft slabs of post form counter tops from Lowes. They would not do the installation without measuring for stove top/sink which I did not have at the time. I have contacted
several cabinet/kitchen shops in town as well as handymen and nobody want the job. I am not considering installing them myself. What is the best way to cut laminate counter tops? What are the best tools? The part that scares me the most is cutting the 45 degree cuts to make the corner. The new countertops have a rolled backsplash and a rolled front edge. What makes the job so scary that the handymen/kitchen pros are backing away from the work?
Any suggestions are welcome.
Commented on Jan 03, 2013
Thanks. I am going with Satin Nickle on all the hardware. I am hoping to get the first coat of
I rent so don't really want to go to all the trouble of removing them but would love to cover them up. Should I paint? (If so, what kind of paint?) Paper? A friend suggested decoupage? What do you think?
Commented on Jun 25, 2012
Check with a company called Dali Wall Murals. The make large sheets of peel-able vinyl decals.
I bought a 4 x 6 foot mosaic tile sheet I plan on using in my bathroom. The prices are very reasonable.
We made this garden walkway with a mold that we purchased at Lowe's. We mixed the Quickcrete up and then poured it into the mold a section at a time. It was almost like making mud pies. It was a bit time consuming but we were very happy with the end result. It has held up very well as it has been down now for about 3 years.
I am removing 4x4 tile from a 1957 concrete block house kitchen backsplash and I expected to find thinset under the tile, but I found this orange stuff instead. What is this stuff and can I tile over it without any special prep?
Commented on Mar 28, 2012
My house is in Florida, not California.The kitchen was remodeled in 1985 by the previous home
owners (original owners of the house) and I had the bathroom professionally remodeled in1995. With the bath room remodel, the county building inspector said there was no asbestos when he issued the permit to remove the tile in the bathroom. I would be more concerned if I had not been able to contact the original home owner and ask about the product and time frame for the kitchen re-do.
Over the years I have found some strange things in this house . I guess I should not have been surprised about the liquid nails. The tiles were in great shape and if I didn't want to update the kitchen, they probably would have stayed stuck on the wall forever.