I have a house with a sloped internal ceiling. It has wooden beams roughly 800cm apart. There are 10 bays in total. The old particle board in between is showing all t... See more
How can I mod-podge my ceiling with paper. How can I use contact paper to cover my ceiling
We are renovating our 1960's foursquare style home. I want to have a tin/copper tile ceiling in the bathroom and decorative vinyl ceiling tiles in the living room. Th... See more
My bathroom has a spackled ceiling. I want to get rid of it and possibly add a ventilation fan.
This ceiling is surrounded with floor tile. What should I do with this area?
Need to remove popcorn ceiling but I'm on a budget. What tools and spray must I use? I know it's inside but does the weather matter? I was told it does. Thank yousonj... See more
Older farmhouse with not so smooth ceilings. Is there anything on the market to use as a cover-up such as lightweight boards, etc.
I want to update my ceilings from the dated popcorn ceiling. I want to keep my cost low since I am on a budget. I do not want to empty each room because I have large ... See more
My husband says that it is impossible to do because we have pipes and duct work that hang below the rafters and the rafters aren't even. The ceiling is only 8 foot,... See more
I have a sun room and would like a metal or old store ceiling look
I am looking for a fairly easy and inexpensive way to cover up popcorn ceiling without having to take it down-
My husband does not want to do any of the glue or nail tiles & I do not want to scape because I hate to deal with the drywall dust everywhere. Ideas on possibly paint... 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
Has anyone attempted to remove popcorn ceiling, I know you can wet it and scrape but I do not want to take the chance of messing it up and having to replace the ceili... See more
I don't know whether we need to contact someone before removal. How would we find someone to check about possible asbestosis?
I have an idea for creating a ceiling fan with a light attachment made of sewing hoops but I don't know what to look for as a base for the actual light fixture.
I have cracks in my dry wall ceilings. Since the ceilings have no stopping place from room to room to room I'm redoing part and painting entails some1500 square feet ... See more
My house is a 113 yr old row house that originally had plaster ceilings. When water and electric were finally installed in the house, they made lots of holes in the ... See more