I'd like to remove it and paint but the top layer of the sheetrock peels off. Can I still paint the walls?
I’m curious if anyone uses a coat hook for bathroom towels and if so your thoughts. Like? Dislike? Would you do again or change back to towel rack if you could? I ... See more
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 have a narrow hallway. The walls are textured and in need of paint. Is there an alternative to painting? Many thanks, love you guys!
... is lovely but the complementing wallpaper is not complementing it at all - a grey, silver and white elderflower vynl wallpaper. I'm thinking of trying a dull grey... See more
I want to remove the builder grade mirror from my bathroom in 1 piece to reuse in an exercise room. How can I do this without breaking it? It is probably 4 to 5' tall... See more
Which way does this mirror need to be hung?! Have been DIYing this small bath with limited/fixed income, hence, with low budget, moving slow @ times (55+ Grandmother)... See more
Looking for input from persons who have built or who know someone who has built a concrete bag wall as to how it holds up over time. Does it crumble or shift? I kno... See more
Small kitchen has disgusting wall paper on it for over 30 years (previous owner). Is there a way I can do this slowly, a piece at a time, or do I need to hire someon... See more
Long ago I put up a border wall paper at the top of my walls. This was the trend then. No molding is there. Now I want to remove it and put up molding between ceiling... See more
I am doing my first craft show with acryllic paintings, and I am wondering what the best way to display them. We are considering pegboard, but would like to look mor... See more
We are getting our floors refinished and painting the walls. Which one would you do first?
The paper was hung 17 years ago and is in good condition. I plan to sell my home this year and want it estheticly pleasing before listing it.
thinking of hanging large single candle wall sconces on either side of TV. Would it be too busy with everything going on in the room? (dog crates, covers on furnitu... See more
My house was built in 1913. All the walls are plaster. What is the best way to hang pictures without destroying the walls?