How can I accomplish this same look on a table I’ve purchased and want to redo?
My bathroom tile looks dirty all the time because it’s a gross beige color and has a few cracks. I don’t have the funds to retile so I was wondering if I could pa... See more
Hi D.IY.ourselfers. I want the look of high end mirrored furniture without buying it. Would you suggest a high gloss metallic chrome paint ( maybe a faux finish? Or w... See more
There is a stone facade over block. I believe the mantel and hearth are slate. We have used a stripper on the hearth and have had some succes. I am concerned that ... See more
I am painting my bathroom floor and I have 11 3/4" ceramic tiles with about 1/2" grout all the way around the tiles so almost 13" per square. I do not wish to paint g... See more
Any suggestions on how to get the old paint off the plate on the chandelier without taking the whole thing down. This chandelier is very old and apparently the paint ... See more
I got some free cabinets from a doctor's office a while back and they've served me well. They're laminate and I was told at the time I'd need to use oil paint. I did ... See more
The marbel is outdoor so the paint has to be waterproof. I want to paint the tree of life on it.
I used three coats of red chalk paint on a nightstand redo and the wood grain is still coming through. It's not a terrible look but had hoped for a solid finish. Any ... See more
Turn a childs table into a chalkboard
How can I do a wall in my living room to a white weathered look and for a reasonably priced material? Thanks
I'm interested in the bubble painting technique for kids crafts using bubble mix and tempra. Does anyone have an idea of how to do this to an entire wall? The mixtu... See more
I plan on stenciling, or maybe just doing free-hand designs on my concrete pathway, but don't know which paint would be best. I wonder if just exterior house paint wo... See more
My intention for this beautiful mahogany dresser was paint or stain the top in a dark colour and to paint the body and drawers white.The top has turned out the way I ... See more
I have white brick veneer on my Florida home, I want to paint it what is the easiest way to do this? Brush, spray or remove and change to something else?
Sorry for another post on same subject, but free supplies would be wonderful too!
Old kitchen cabinets. What are the steps for painting them with a professional look?