Achieve a tin ceiling look on a small budget? Ceiling has slight downward vault.
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
The paint is peeling off the ceiling in our bathroom in some areas, what do I do?
This room has a warm, cozy, little bit rustic feel to it. I really don't want to paint over the body of fan - I like the silver. Yet I want to change the blades and l... See more
I have an old, dusty suspended ceiling in my entry and living room. Some of the 2'x4' tiles are breaking. Others have weird gray blobs attached that were left by the ... See more
Kitchen ceiling has water stains. Ideas other than paint to cover
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
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 have a log home and was thinking about pine planking. It might be too much wood. Any other alternatives?
Older farmhouse with not so smooth ceilings. Is there anything on the market to use as a cover-up such as lightweight boards, etc.
What's the easiest and less expensive and less mess way to cover them?
What is the easiest, cheapest best way to get rid of the popcorn ceilings? Any help would be appreciated.Ellen Row
The building is divided into 2 rooms 12.5 x8 and 12.5 x 12 and the roof has a 3 ft. Pitch. . I want a catherial ceiling in the 12.5x12 room. The gable ends will be... See more
Back sometime in the mid 1980s my ceiling was textured with LOTS of plaster, using a pouncing motion with a plastic bag. Instead of a light texturing, the ceiling is ... See more
Is there a product that can be used to cover over a "popcorn" ceiling?
I am trying to find something for a ceiling for my basement to cover the pipes.
My basement ceiling is not equal heights to the floor. It's too short to put in a dropped ceiling and I really do not want to do drywall. Any suggestions?
I didn't want skylights anymore, so asked that they be dry walled, textured and painted over to look like the rest of the ceiling. This is what I got. He is supposed ... See more