Unfortunately, I hired a contractor who wasn't proficient. In short, rather than doing the final mudding and sanding on my new drywall properly, he totally messed it... See more
Redoing our dining room and need some border ideas. The walls are pained shades of gray and the ceiling have copper like tiles. Any ideas?
Looking for input from persons who have built or who know someone who has built a concrete bag wall as to how it holds up over time. Does it crumble or shift? I kno... See more
The gorgeous baseboard around the room has a gap of about 1/4 inch between it and the wall. It is uniform around the room as if intentional but I think it looks stran... See more
Long ago I put up a border wall paper at the top of my walls. This was the trend then. No molding is there. Now I want to remove it and put up molding between ceiling... See more
Hi hi! I’m about to close on a big mid century home with lots of wood paneling. It’s an awesome old house, and was built by a builder for his own family, so the o... See more
the living room & hallway walls are textured with a heavy southwest pattern. I would like to update the texturing to something smooth. I did one small wall by going ... See more
We want to cover up old paneling ? Is it possible to texturize over it?It cannot be removed. Filling in all lines & gouges would take years. Sanding isnt possible for... See more
Hi, can anyone advise me how to disguise these gaps in the lining paper please? I'm really rubbish at putting up paper!!
Just bought this home which was nicely remodeled by the previous owners, but this original paneled wall needs to be updated. I hate to just paint it, any ideas are w... See more
I have a section in my Great Room where the ceiling has a high pitch and I want to do something but I haven't a clue what to do im a conservative person I'be seem to ... See more
We have a Victorian rental house and are trying to come up with ideas for a backs that would fit that period. But, it has to be easy and cost efficient.
do you use glue and if so what kind.