The paint is peeling off the ceiling in our bathroom in some areas, what do I do?
I want to change the popcorn ceiling in my bathroom and eventually kitchen, how I do it without spending lots of money? Thanks.
Hi Hometalk, I have high vaulted ceilings and I wanted to get some DIY ideas.
Wondering how hard/easy is it to vault master bedroom ceiling? Has anyone ever attempted to do it. Or best to hire someone? Thanks
I have a 1969/70 radiant heat system in my home. The wires are on the ceiling. I know not it is not as efficient as other systems but I like it. There is no heat pump... 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 put the tin look wall paper on the ceiling and wondered if that was feasible? Has anyone done this or would it just fall down?
Need new ideas on how to update an old recessed kitchen ceiling with lights and STILL keep the fan. Need enough light in the area still. It's very costly to have an... See more
I have a log home and was thinking about pine planking. It might be too much wood. Any other alternatives?
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
What is a less expensive attractive alternative to these unsightly ceilings? We are not too terribly handy but they look awful even after painting! Help?
My husband says that it is impossible to do because we have pipes and duct work that hang below the rafters and the rafters aren't even. The ceiling is only 8 foot,... See more
The pipes are old and it looks like they are peeling, I want to cover them to make them look clean and fresh.
My old condo has popcorn ceilings. They seem to absorb light which makes our condo dark. We have few windows in our condo, so we want as much sunlight to come through... See more
I am looking for a fairly easy and inexpensive way to cover up popcorn ceiling without having to take it down-
Want to hide fan wire in concrete ceiling and attach it behind shitrock to electric outlet.
I want to repaint my ceilings and want to get rid of the texture.
My basement ceiling is not equal heights to the floor. It's too short to put in a dropped ceiling and I really do not want to do drywall. Any suggestions?
We've had one ceiling with small cracks due to settling. It's difficult to match spackling when painting and a smooth ceiling would update our home.