So I recently just updated our carpeted stairs to white backing and trim with "hardwood" lvp, stair treads. And I love the look, but the stair landing at bottom, is ... See more
i had to tear off the carpet on my stairway, now I’m left with figuring out an easy and low cost “fix”. I prefer no carpet? Suggestion?
I am up for rebar or any kind of metal to make a railing system - any ideas??
Hi Hometalk Peoples. I think our house just gets bigger and bigger and the projects just keep growing. Bet some of you can relate. We have removed all the carpeting f... See more
Bought an old farmhouse built in 1915. Prev owners "remodeled" (read: took away character 😕 😠 ). They took away access to a cute, finished attic room! No room f... See more
We have a split level home and out attic peak is 8 feet. There is a door to access the attic but just an opening once you open the door to get into the attic. Kind ... See more
Finally decided to add a stair runner, now not finding anything I like! The local big box hardware stores have very limited styles in actual stair runner (on the bolt... See more
We turned our carport into a man cave, enclosed it with walls, windows the works, its a beautiful room now, however, we DON'T want to put the old outside stairs back.... See more
I assume the stairs are premade nothing special .
Now, I need to move into a rental while my house is sold. The laundry is in the basement, of course. Stairs are sturdy wood, but what can I do to make the climb easi... See more
It's totally broken. Thanks!
I want a durable black painted, that won't easily chip, hand rail and black bottom plate and white pillasters
I am looking for some advice on what to do with the floating steps I have. I would like to maintain the same look but my first and second floor have wood and would li... See more
From carpet to tile and oak stained wood. Easy cleanup, no fuss not muss no wear and tear stairs!
When putting board and batten up on stairways is there a certain high it should go?
Since they don't get stepped on, but likely bumped by feet, what is the best way to prepare them to hold the tile?