What color do I paint my cabinets to work with almond colored appliances? I don't have the extra money to replace the appliances but want to update the look.
its a small narrow room with only half walls because the room is with our attic. We have one casement window.
I have been hearing a lot about using "chalk" paint on furniture redo. What is the difference? What is chalk paint anyway?
Hi, just looking for ideas for a wall color, other than blue, for a 1940's vintage bathroom. it still has original black and white tiles. It has a small east facing w... See more
Hi! I am painting my cabinets white or light grey (working that out still). I currently have retro hinges but would like to "hide" them without installing new hidden ... See more
Looking for suggestions of exact paint colors that would work in this room. Everything in room will be gone except clock on wall. The paneling is staying since my hu... See more
Mid tone grey sofa, love seat and chair, accent colors are black, cream and berry wine. Large fire place of cream stone with grey mortar. Cathedral ceiling with one... See more
We are painting door Cherry Cola .
I visited a home that used the same color paint for the woodwork, doors, and walls--no contrasting color paint, but a different finish for the walls and woodwork. Is... See more
I want to paint the cabinets and walls and trim as well.
I have a dark gray sofa and two black chairs. In the entry is a black desk used as a catch all. Between the black chairs is a small black table. What can I do with th... See more
I want to paint my walls light blue and I have this vision of a chalky look and I wondered if there was a paint like this or another way to get that look?
We just purchased this home and are looking to do some repainting. We really want to have black kitchen cabinets. What color would be best for the walls surrounding t... See more
I want a coastal feel in both my master bedroom and bath; something between casual and formal--no flamingos; just some seashells and maybe a picture of a saliboat or ...