My new house has landscaping that needs some help. But what is bothering me is the fact that there are only two shutters on the house. Should I remove them and replac... See more
Hello Hometalk friends, I need your assistance in choosing a paint color for this house. There are multiple grey houses on the block and I wanted mine to pop with an... See more
I have a 3 panel metal screen I’d like to put a ‘new’ rust finish on. Ive looked at Modern Masters Metal Effects finish kits but they’re awfully expensive. Is... See more
I need to stain my fence which has wire on the inside. Also we have grass growing under it and can't get that out. 1. How do I stain with the wire. 2. How can I keep ... See more
I am posting a picture of my home's exterior. I thought I could kind of match the shutter color to the grayest brick. Imagine my horror when the color just blended ... See more
I had a new low garden wall installed with stone that I believe is actually molded concrete. This new wall (grayish white) doesn’t match the other brown stone I had... See more
I’m about to undertake the decision on Painting colors for my home. I would like a Tudor style but unsure how to accomplish it. Budget always an issue. The side of ... See more
We enclosed our deck in the back of the house. The window looked out from my sink in the kitched but I’ve now covered it I need some ideas as to how to hide it no... See more
is there really a concrete step and porch paint that is very durable and not slippery?
need inexpensive ideas to hold us for a few years. Colors blue/gray instead of black. Open to suggestion.
It's very dry due to being exposed to the elements. I'm not sure what type of wood it is either.
I want to lighten but not totally change the brick trim on the outside of my house; (HOA may not like it). Can I water down house paint? The brick is varied in color.
My husband and I painted our porch with paint made for porches. I don't remember the brand name. Not to long after we put back our porch things the paint started p... See more
I have a cement pad that used to have a hot tub on it and I want to paint it to make it a second level on our deck.
I painted, sanded, painted and sanded, nothing sticks.
It's your standard watering can- I guess it's tin. What type of primer would be the best? Thanks!!
On the outside of the windows (shutters that are vinyl) what are the best methods to change or refresh the color other than spray paint because of the hot NC summers ... See more
I saw this photo of a painted fence and thought maybe I'd do the same on my concrete wall. For quite a while, I've intended to put stucco on the wall, but maybe I'll ... See more
I want to paint the rocks in the garden and would like to know what kind of paint to use.
I painted a stained door going through all the necessary steps: cleaning, sanding, waning again, priming the painting. What went wrong?