We have a beautiful wood burning fireplace in our livingroom. I finally convinced my husband to let me white wash it, to update it. Just wondering what I should know ... See more
The sink in my bathroom countertop is set in. So, there is no way to just do the countertop itself. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!!!!
What is the easiest way to paint staircase spindles without getting paint on the steps
Whatever paint was used first on our doors refuses to accept new paint. If we Nick the paint moving furniture it peels. I think maybe an oil paint was used originally... See more
How can I paint old 80's Formica cabinets? I asked this before but I can't seem to find the answers I received. So sorry I have to ask again. I'm on a very tight bud... See more
I would like to finish an old pine wide board floor in my old farmhouse. They have never been finished, just carpet thrown on them. What do I need to do? Sand a... See more
I do not know if I should use more than 1 color ? should I paint only the lower half of the walls? I do not want to make it look smallerI am hoping to use a color oth... See more
I want to paint over my tile bathroom floor
My kitchen is in dire need of having life breathed into it, but I haven't the finances to pour into it. The cabinets were originally built into the walls, rather than... See more
May try white-washing it. Do I need to put a primer on first. My husband is going to have a fit!!!!!
Having got my granite countertop installed. I founded it not to be nice n smoothe. It have little crevices around they told to use pledge on it but very disappointed.... See more
I have some ugly stucco painted kitchen walls. I want to paint them Tuscan style. Help save my ugly kitchen. It's white now
Help we just moved in. I am redoing everything in this house. I am at a loss for this bathroom. The shower is beige. I am wanting to paint everything including the ca... See more
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?