Our bricks are dark and sooty from previous residents. We never use the fireplace and would love to eventually make it gas. I’d love not to have to prime and use ei... See more
I want to change my wallpaper in my kitchen and dining area. I cannot remove it because it will damage the walls. I think whoever did it missed a step. I was wonderin... See more
I went to Michael's last week with the intention of buying puffy paint. I wanted to mimic a black design on our larger 19" ceiling light onto a smaller 5" recessed LE... See more
My ceiling is a popcorn ceiling, it's old and cigarette smoke stained. Can I paint over it with white paint. It also has some fine hairline cracks.
The rails start at the door to the 2nd floor. It’s a raised ranch home. My decor style is contemporary. 1- What color would give the rails a more modern look? 2 - ... See more
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 purchased a small cottage and I do t want to invest in flooring. I tore the old tile flooring off and it left a tacky residue , I want to know if I can just paint o... See more
Hi can someone give me some advice. We just painted our popcorn ceiling and now it looks very patchy. can someone Please Help. The paint I use use CIL interior paint ... See more
I have a very small foyer with 4 doors. I am wondering if I should paint the trim and doors the same color as the walls so it does not appear so broken up by the whit... See more
I am entertaining the idea of painting a kitchen floor. I would take 3 layers of Vinyl flooring off and start from the wood. I've successfully painted decorative floo... See more
My perfectly acceptable refrigerator is in my living room! How do I make it not look like a refrigerator? Thanks.
I don’t know what Type the original paint is. Also, any Suggestions on how to make painting window panes easier would be appreciated.
It is a very light color, like linen or eggshell. My parents put this up almost 30 years ago, and it really worn in places.
Can you paint plaster interior walls In the winter?
Old cabinets, can't afford new, very worn and stained. Due to my age don't think I could physically go through the labor of sanding
My kitchen needs brightened up and I want creamy off-white satin or flat finish with very little distressing only on the edges. Would this be an option with the type ... See more
I have used a really fine brush and you can still see the brush strokes. Frustrated!