I have a popcorn ceiling that is starting to crack. It would be a mess to remove it but it looks like it would come down fairly easily. But then what do I have to do ... See more
Can i use Rid dye on a water stained carpet ceiling thats been fixed from keaking now has stains? I was thinking of just using rollers & paint that puppy but im reall... See more
This room has a warm, cozy, little bit rustic feel to it. I really don't want to paint over the body of fan - I like the silver. Yet I want to change the blades and l... See more
Just moved into a cape cod and am looking for ideas to do to the side ceilings that are slanted. I have thought of fabric and paint ideas but can't picture it. Any id... See more
We are renovating our 1960's foursquare style home. I want to have a tin/copper tile ceiling in the bathroom and decorative vinyl ceiling tiles in the living room. Th... See more
I want to remove the popcorn ceiling in my house. I know it's a mess to do. My concern is what is underneath. What do you do after popcorn is removed? Is it hard? Ug... See more
Can I use tin peel and stick tiles over popcorn ceilings, and how would I secure them/get them to stick and to stay if I do so?
I have tried to add to it in places where it has fallen off do to rain leaking in and it looks awful.
Our Church Community Room was built in the late 1800's. It has a canvas ceiling. Unfortunately, someone painted it many years ago instead of white washing (or whateve... See more
I always have to paint the wood that is there now. Is there something that is light weight and easy to install over the wood that is there with low maintenance?
We have an older home and have those horrible popcorn ceilings. How do we get them off the easiest way?
use wood or laminating
What is the easiest, cheapest best way to get rid of the popcorn ceilings? Any help would be appreciated.Ellen Row
WE have an old 2 story farmhouse and was thinking of this for the laundry room and using the same metal for the front of the cupboards...using wood accent walls..what... See more
Our living room is small and dark and does not have vaulted ceilings. The only window is the front one which only has light shining through in the morning. Walls a... See more
Is there a product that can be used to cover over a "popcorn" ceiling?
I live with my 75 year old mom, my room is upstairs and I have slanted ceiling.Tried painting just not doing it for me.All ideas are welcome
Our ceiling looks like popcorn but it's actually joint compound that was put up with a paper bag to get popcorn effect. Is there any way to remove this? Thanks
My house is a 113 yr old row house that originally had plaster ceilings. When water and electric were finally installed in the house, they made lots of holes in the ... See more