We recently bought an old home, built 1908, with wallpaper on all the walls and even the ceilings. The home has not been lived in for about 30 years and some of the ... See more
We have a large “hole” built into the wall above our gas fireplace where most people would place a huge TV. It’s probably 30 inches deep so it would take a lot ... See more
I have a wall with old wood on it and alittle secation has drywall what can i do to this wall?
I want to do something with this wall . I moved the tv today so now that empty spot is there. The mirrors and candle things can go to.
My daughter painted a large tree (no leaves) on a wall in our entryway. For Thanksgiving we had family members write on fall colored leaves thankful notes. I'd like ... See more
Ok so as you can see from my pics, it is a large area to use. I have a two story entrance way and I want to hang photos along the wall coming down the stairs. The wal... See more
My husband and I moved to the Midwest and decided to purchase some acreage with an older partially underground home. My kitchen and dining room is on the lower floor ... See more
My living room is paneled. What can I do to lighten it up? Can it be painted?
I am thinking of remodeling our bathrooms and that would include replacing the linoleum flooring. How do I remove the baseboards without cracking, chipping or breaki... See more
Big picture was too much.
My house is lots of wood. The walls are fresh pine and have been polyurathaned many times. What can I do to clean and refresh this wood?
I live in a doublewide and we are remodeling it because it’s 20 years old and be are on a budget because I’m able to work because I take care of my dad who has al... See more
Not looking to remove the tiles. Prefer a slate look or something in an earth tone
I've read so!e good things about peel 'n stick wallpaper. Have you tried it? What do you think about it?
I really like the modern farmhouse look and would like to incorporate it somehow into the wall redo. Any ideas?
Any input on using premium pearlized self adhesive wallpaper. Waterproof vinyl. Looking to put it on my kitchen cabinets.
We are getting our floors refinished and painting the walls. Which one would you do first?
I put up the metallic self stick kitchen tiles and some are no longer sticking. What kind of glue to you recommend?
Suggestions for covering behind stove