Hello. In my bathroom I was told that a wall was covered in Wall Board...Is there really such a thing? It is hideous. A coat of white paint over it would work wonder... See more
I know its personal choice/preference, but is painting upper and lower kitchen cabintry different colors a fad that's over?
Has anyone tried this? With its built in top coat, a gripper primer, and an additional durable sealant available, it seems like a good choice in the realm of painting... See more
I am considering painting my baseboards white, but don't want to go thru the work and expense if the style is dwindling.
I've bought Rock Grip Soft Velvet to paint 3 rooms and now I've noticed that it was previously painted with oil based paint. I don't have the energy to sanding the w... 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
I have a vintage hardback book. Is it possible to paint the cover?If so, what kind of paint should I use?
What kind of paint won't scrape or wash off a black and white vinyl kitchen floor. I hate the white, which always looks dirty, and hope there's some product that will... See more
I can't afford to replace my kitchen cabinets that are almost 20 years old. There's nothing wrong with them. But I want to update the look of my kitchen.
My daughter is buying a house with good bones but there is wood paneling in the finished basement. There is limited lighting so it feels very dark and drab.
i have carpeting that has dulled in color and have refreshed he color with Rit liquid dye, but I wondered if i could use fabric spray on the carpeting and are you abl... See more
want it to look like brick. This is the area in pictures. Can’t find a stencil. Very small area
I'm Wanting to change kitchen glass grouted subway tile.... Had anyone painted or retiled over the top with out tearing out grouted glass tile??Thanks!!
i have 3 end and a coffee table i want to paint. i already cleaned them with TSP and water. my plan is to sand them and prime them with a spray and then spray paint t... See more