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
My cabinets need a new coat of paint. Do I need to sand before painting? I'm not changing the color.
I would like ideas on how to either paint wood paneling . Or decorate wood paneling .
one thinned coat and 2 full coats of emulsion is one answer. That varies on cost.
I have tried several different ways to paint glass jars and none have achieved the look that I want. On the exterior of the jars: I have cleaned the jars with alcoho... See more
To light up the room?
I need some tips from experienced people about how to paint trim. I am about to paint my dining room and hallway (part hardwood floor, part carpeting) for the first t... See more
I have a light colored wood paneling about 24 years old in the basement. Which would be better, paint the paneling or remove it and replace it with sheet rock and the... See more
I have a rusty wood burner - more like an old outdoor wood stove. It has a domed top and an iron door to open to put in the wood. It is a focal point in my backyard... See more
hello, I am going back and forth with the idea of painting my kitchen cabinets. After many views I am closer to deciding to do it using Snow White Milk paint brand. ... See more
I had my kitchen painted but not satisfied. They said they used oil based paint, and I hate oil base paint. So what do I do?
We are remodeling a home built in 1912. When we removed the ugly drop ceiling, it has beautiful wood ceilings. We would love to keep the ceilings in some rooms but ... See more
...and am wanting some ideas on how to upgrade or redo it. Solid wood!
The slate flooring is in our foyer and now looks outdated. The ceramic tiles are around our fireplace and also look outdated and need to be a more neutral color.
Has anyone painted MDF closet shelves? If you painted them, what kind of paint did you use and how did they hold up?
I think they are a muslin material and they have a few small stains on them. I picked them up at a thrift store for 99 cents. What kind of paint should I use??
With a kitchen remodel not in the plans for a couple of years, I was wanting to change the existing back splash. Can the tile be painted, and if so, what type of pai... See more
Is there a paint I can use to paint it, since I can not afford to replace it. It is a medium size pike.
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?