How come distressed-aged look is so popular? When I see that finish I want to repaint it. Am I the only one out there?
In a discussion recently I mentioned a friend of mine wanted their walls painted 2 colors a dark color on the bottom third of the wall and a lighter complimentary sha... See more
I'm using Ce Ce Caldwell's chalk paint and have no problems with it using lighter shades or the darker on smaller items. However, the last two pieces I have done hav... See more
I need to paint my concrete car porch. What paint I need to buy?
I have a hutch that has a bad paint job on it and the person used an oil based paint. Do I have to use oilbased over it or can I use a different knid of paint?
I have "pickled oak" kitchen cabinets. I just want a refreshed look. I thought I wanted to stain over them with the same color. What I read about General Finishes ... See more
We have a volcanic rock wall/fireplace, can it be painted? Has anyone tried it? Has anyone tried to plaster over and then paint it? Kinda like the plastering and p... See more
My first try using the 'unfallable' chalk paint. I guess I tried it on the wrong piece to 'get it right'. Is this how it is supposed to look on detailed pieces (spi... See more
I have a metal lantern, painted aqua and "distressed" with gold. I want to give it an allover "wash and wipe" in a walnut color to give it a more rustic look. How ... See more
I have never used this product before. It did not have the glitter in it, nor did it come with glitter to add. Is it supposed to? Or am supposed to by glitter? If... See more
The plastic liner is hard, the fabric looks like linen, but do not know. The shade fabric is dirty and the to shades do not match in color, one being off white, the... See more
A while back I posted a picture of a dresser that was one of the only 2 pieces we were able to save after a house fire. These were inherited, all of my newer furnitu... See more