I want to make them but am not sure how to keep them tied close together.
I have seen tutorials for faux wainscoting in which you merely put up a chair rail and then have evenly spaced vertical boards under the chair rail. If you have trie... See more
I;m removing old wallcovering from a rescue mission, it has built up paste behind the paper, they want it painted. Any hints on easy removal of that paste?
I don’t like the whole wall brick, any great ideas please?
Without damaging the drywall so I can paint
I have a small kitchen with no windows. One wall is the wall between the kitchen and garage (the kitchen table is against this wall and its the only place for it), on... See more
My 2 bedrooms have large sliding glass mirror doors. There is no design or anything on the sliding glass door mirrors. Just one big sliding mirrorsSally from Chico,... See more
I've looked at videos for applying wallpaper to an accent wall, and they show starting from the middle of the wall. Is this the best process? or should I start from t... See more
Photos for my previous comments that didnt post.
I painted a bedroom and the color is so pale it looks white. I hate it but is there anything I can do without having to repaint it?
When my kitchen was redone the new drywall wasn’t primed. I sized and hung wallpaper and now I can’t get it off. I’ve used the stuff that you spray and then use... See more
I made several pinholes in my wall of my apt and I am moving out and walls are a sage color, so could I get some sage color crafting paint to dab onto holes, and if y... See more
This space was added to the house by previous owners in the mid 1960's? I'm considering painting or white-washing over the walls. great windows - which helps, but too... See more
Can you apply subway tile directly on painted drywall just with mastic or mud or does there have to be cement board underneath? Thank you