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
Here is a picture of the first step of redoing a really old ceiling fan. I removed two of the country glass shades and replaced with black metal and Edison bulbs. Lov... See more
Are ceiling tiles easy to cut?
Need to remove popcorn ceiling but I'm on a budget. What tools and spray must I use? I know it's inside but does the weather matter? I was told it does. Thank yousonj... See more
Looking for ideas to convert a drop ceiling that is on the first floor of a concrete house. The ceiling under the drop contains metal rafters that support the concret... See more
Hi, redecorating our living room this week. Going for a more modern grey look with hints of light blue. Our ceiling has textured paper on from previous owners. It's n... See more
I have a 20’x10’ suspendedceiling in the lanai of our manufactured home. Some tiles have gaps or chips. Is there an inexpensive way to make them look fresher and ... See more
I'm about to "attempt" removing a popcorn ceiling. Will I be looking at sanding/spackling afterwards? I sure hope not! Any tips to avoid that? I'm hoping the removal... See more
Our entire house has popcorn ceiling. We've been in the house 30 years, done oodles of gorgeous upgrades, painted, love our home. BUT THIS CONTINUOUS CEILING IN OUR... See more
It's peeling off around it, too.
So this room has basically a texture on it that is similar to popcorn ceiling. My boyfriend says that taking them down and putting a new ceiling up is more expensive ... See more
I want to cover 8'popcorn ceilings, but I'm worried about making the ceilings feel lower. Any suggestions...some rooms are narrow and long, others are more open.
The people who lived here before smoked, I have tried paint and glue but both eat into the foam. Please help me.
I have an idea for creating a ceiling fan with a light attachment made of sewing hoops but I don't know what to look for as a base for the actual light fixture.