I am bored of my ceiling. If I paint the wood ceiling white I will change the flooring to a grey wood. My husband is against ALL changes. What do you think?my window ... See more
I would like to put a wooden ceiling in my kitchen and bath. I want something thin as not to take to much from my already low ceilings. I want to be able to paint the... See more
Kitchen ceiling has water stains. Ideas other than paint to cover
Hate the popcorn on my ceilings. Have had 2 back surgeries so scrapping it off is not an option. Is there some way to cover it that won't lower the ceiling? Should I ... See more
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
We hired a contractor who took our Reno money and walked out 1/3 of the way through the job. How do we fix this? 5 people in a 2 bedroom house is almost impossible!
HELP! We have a popcorn ceiling in kitchen and den. remodeling the kitchen and have taken out lightboxes - need to redo ceiling. Found out it has been painted and n... See more
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
I'd love to put crown molding up (after I paint the walls and the shelves above the fireplace, previous owners painted EVERYTHING the same yellowish cream color). But... See more
I would like to know if anybody knows how to make their own drop ceiling tiles. I have a few that I want to replace, but they are very expensive and I want to do it f... See more
We removed our popcorn ceilings, now it’s time to cover up the visible dry and wall. whats the next process? Do we do texture and paint or can we just paint?
I rent a home with an unfinished basement. It's such an eye sore. Are there any ideas you can suggest as to perk it up? Coverage of approx. up to 1200 sq. feet basem... See more
It's peeling off around it, too.
Our home was built in the 70's. The popcorn ceilings are dust traps!
I have cracks in my dry wall ceilings. Since the ceilings have no stopping place from room to room to room I'm redoing part and painting entails some1500 square feet ... See more