When choosing a color for cabinets, should I pull a color out of the counter top or the floors.
I stopped at a paint store and he tried to sell me a can of stix's. Said this is the primer then add your color paint and two coats of staysclear. Advise please
I am sure the wallpaper has been in this room since 1950. I was surprised to see only one layer. However the wall was NOT primed before they put the paper up so it wa... See more
I painted the front foyer but the walls continue to the 2nd floor. The wall leads into the kitchen area. Do i stop the paint at the top stair railing- the color for t... See more
My husband and I are purchasing a cabin with some natural hickory cabinets. They are quite lovely, but I cannot come up with good color ideas (for the walls) and was ... See more
the walls look faded light grey and dark grey. do they need a sealant before painting? they are cement. Also what kind of paint do I use on the floor? Something for w... See more
This is like a blond color and installed in the 70’s ?
Just moved into a house that needs much updating. My husband of 42 years passed away 6 months ago and I’m not so confident I can do this project without making maj... See more
Want to cover it, but would be a solo project so needs to be SIMPLE and cheap..
Our front door is being painted navy blue, I wasn't sure if we paint the window grids the same color as the door or white?
Have stained concrete floor need some shine that will last on it.?
I have a room with an old brick floor . I would like to freshen it up by painting it. Any advice?
What is the best scuff resistant paint to use and cleaner for them. T/u
8x8 pwdr rm with lots of light, White tile flrg. Full width mirror over wall width Wht vanity. Thinking of painting room in pale gray/greige and extending the color... See more
want it to look like brick. This is the area in pictures. Can’t find a stencil. Very small area
https://www.hometalk.com/31469927/q-i-had-my-banister-painted-in-feb-but-about-two-months-later I'm finally getting ready to make the paint repairs to the banister. ... See more
I want to change paneling to a dry wall look without paying the high cost of drywall. Is it possible to paint wood panelling?
The tile always looks dirty. The tiles are light colored. I'm wondering how a tile colorant would look in a darker color. Anyone had experience with this product?