We are moving to a new apt and while its still empty, we want to go ahead and paint the walls so that we can really make it our own. We're really excited but complet... See more
These tiles are really dated. I don't want to remove them for 3 more years. Can they be painted or what do YOU suggest help!
Can you paint over wallpaper? If so how
We are restoring a 1950's house here in central Texas. I removed wood paneling and found the additions wall was built from repurposed, painted, wood. There is no insu... See more
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
This is like a blond color and installed in the 70’s ?
Not chalk paint, but chalk.
First, understand that I want to paint ONLY the outside of the tub. I have a very small bathroom with little ventilation and do not want to mess with toxic fumes. I h... See more
My basement has flooded 10 times in 13 years. So would it be more durable to use a garage floor paint in the basement on a concrete floor? As opposed to a basement co... See more
I have a corner tiled hearth that does not go with my home. Can I paint the tile and still have it withstand increased heat?
My kitchen is in dire need of having life breathed into it, but I haven't the finances to pour into it. The cabinets were originally built into the walls, rather than... See more
Like it to look more bright looking since I only have 2 windows
Wanting to updae my country kitchen since my husband passed. Hought about just painting over the paneling but its a little shiney like or slick in areas of the design... See more
Either bleach or wash. Suggestions and how to.
Apparently the previous owners used sand paint to cover some ceiling damage caused by removing a closet or something . The paint is blobby in this area , it’s just... See more
I've been looking and looking for the post of a gorgeous outside flowered wall to a porch. The woman painted these gorgeous red flowers on the wall outside to spruce ... See more
Although I have sanded, primed and painted my bathroom ceiling, it is peeling again. I'm at a loss on how to stop this issue.
I would like to change the color of my stair handrail and balusters. But I don’t want to spend too much money. Any ideas?
I have a glossy metal headboard someone gave me and I would like to paint it. However, I'm not sure if I just prime before painting or do something else.
If your master bedroom is painted, should your master bath be painted the same color?