I want to change my wallpaper in my kitchen and dining area. I cannot remove it because it will damage the walls. I think whoever did it missed a step. I was wonderin... See more
My husband and I are purchasing a cabin with some natural hickory cabinets. They are quite lovely, but I cannot come up with good color ideas (for the walls) and was ... See more
Ideas on painting walls with cracks?
Paint over shiplap paneling
My stove in right next to my wall . While cooking, one burner high next to wall, with large fry pan it singed and left a burn mark on wall. I don’t know what I shou... See more
how far in advance can I put the tape on without pulling off other paint?
HELP!! 😣 My Mom moved into a rental apartment. The kitchen is small, has black appliances, and high gloss paint on the cabinets...it looks like a black hole! 🌑 ... See more
How do you paint baseboard easily?
i purchased a small cottage and I do t want to invest in flooring. I tore the old tile flooring off and it left a tacky residue , I want to know if I can just paint o... See more
We have hardwood floors but would love to paint them or white wash them. What is the best way and how would you seal them to make durable?
I am wanting to paint my basement step as part of our basement remodel. How do I trim the steps that I have currently? I don't have a trim board running up the wall... See more
I live in a manufactured home and the cupboards in the kitchen & bathrooms are really just paper covered particle board. The years of damp fingers are removing the f... See more
Have you ever painted over pine ship lap boards that have already been stained? I am looking to update my room. I would like to paint the boards in white and the wal... See more
My cabinets have been painted AND WAXED with Chalk Paint. Is it possible to remove the wax so the cabinets can be repainted?
is patina different from glaze? Or are both methods used together or separately? I would like to find explanations and demonstrations of these processes. Thanks!
We have 4yr old melamine cabinets and I regret the colour choice I made. I wanted a weathered farmhouse look, but this is not it. Would painting them be advisable or ... See more
My kitchen needs brightened up and I want creamy off-white satin or flat finish with very little distressing only on the edges. Would this be an option with the type ... See more
The panelling covers all the walls in a large family room. It is dark, and rough. I don't want to just paint it and can't afford expense of ripping it out and putting... See more
First...looking for another one of these Stanley fliptop buffets circa 1990's. If you have one and want to sell it, let me know! Second, my new home will have warmer... See more
My home is circa 1790, of timber frame construction. In practical terms, I have uninsulated walls that are 2 3/4" thick. I'm in New England, so when winter weather ... See more