Rather than re-texturing and painting my sloped ceiling I want to place wood on it making it look more coastal. What do you recommend for an inexpensive fix?Lauren Bl... See more
My husband and I are adding onto our home. He has been in the construction business for years, so we are doing all of the work ourselves. Give me some ideas for cheap... See more
We took out the partitioning that divided this room in two. The problem is that it now has two mismatched lights and a cracked seam running through the ceiling. We do... See more
Can anyone give me an idea for a light fixture on this fan...they don't make the dimensions it needs so I have to make one....help
I want to remove the popcorn ceiling in my house. I know it's a mess to do. My concern is what is underneath. What do you do after popcorn is removed? Is it hard? Ug... See more
Are ceiling tiles easy to cut?
Hi! What can I use to cover the lights in our basement where lots of light still shows through? The plastic stuff that was there just busts when I tried inserting it ... See more
When we purchased our home 2 years ago, it has red & plaid wallpaper on the 12 foot ceiling in the kitchen, dining room and long entry hallway. Horrid. We've been res... See more
Is it safe to use old pressured treated fencing for ceilings and walls?
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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
Can I cover my popcorn ceiling with a light board. I live in Florida and like the white beachboard look. I am a woman and try do do these projects myself so keeping t... See more
I need quick easy soundproofing from noisy neighbors
The pipes are old and it looks like they are peeling, I want to cover them to make them look clean and fresh.
I am looking for a fairly easy and inexpensive way to cover up popcorn ceiling without having to take it down-
Is anyone aware of any fire-rated ceiling material to cover up popcorn ceiling?
Should be try and remove it all and then retexture the ceiling or try and just knock off the popcorn and leave the texture and paint?
AND complete the ceiling
What is the fifth wall? It is your ceiling. So often we take care of floors, furnishing and windows but leave a project incomplete. Your ceiling is an integral par... See more