Achieve a tin ceiling look on a small budget? Ceiling has slight downward vault.
This room has a warm, cozy, little bit rustic feel to it. I really don't want to paint over the body of fan - I like the silver. Yet I want to change the blades and l... See more
Wondering how hard/easy is it to vault master bedroom ceiling? Has anyone ever attempted to do it. Or best to hire someone? Thanks
We recently added an A frame addition to the front of our home it creates a beautiful 16 ft vaulted ceiling and we are looking for a way to modify the the adjoining l... See more
My bathroom has a spackled ceiling. I want to get rid of it and possibly add a ventilation fan.
Besides sheetrock on a bathroom ceiling, is there another product I can use, that would be easier to clean. We have a build up of mold that is difficult to clean of... See more
Older farmhouse with not so smooth ceilings. Is there anything on the market to use as a cover-up such as lightweight boards, etc.
Painted popcorn ceiling years ago and would like to update house out of the 70's era . Thanks in advance !
What is a less expensive attractive alternative to these unsightly ceilings? We are not too terribly handy but they look awful even after painting! Help?
We have an older home (about 100 yrs old) that we constantly are doing projects on. A former owner put up drop ceilings in two rooms that we have not yet touched. Th... See more
You did a project on this. I would like to do this to my 704 sq ft den ceiling to hide flaws. Where do I buy them and approx cost per box? Thanks. Sallie Norman (sall... See more
We have an older home and have those horrible popcorn ceilings. How do we get them off the easiest way?
I am looking for a fairly easy and inexpensive way to cover up popcorn ceiling without having to take it down-
Our ceiling needs repairs like tape showing, nail pops, fixed not so well leaks from the upstairs. Thinking about stuccoing the ceilings. Any thoughts on this? good a... See more
Back sometime in the mid 1980s my ceiling was textured with LOTS of plaster, using a pouncing motion with a plastic bag. Instead of a light texturing, the ceiling is ... See more
My whole new house is covered with popcorn ceilings and I haven't found anyone that will commit to removing them except for one contractor who wanted to charge $300.0... See more
Our home was built in the 70's. The popcorn ceilings are dust traps!