Looks old and dated but can't afford new vanity
We have exposed white PVC plumbing and insulated metal pipes in the basement laundry room. Can they be disguised or painted?
I have off white trim that we just recently installed and I think it makes the house look dull. I want to paint it a bright white, can I just paint over the off white... See more
Want to stencil a simple leaf or flower with length onto my kitchen cabinets
I’m going to be painting these closet doors white. Do I need to sand them totally down to the bare wood first?? Or can I just rough them up with some sand paper, th... See more
I have a low ceiling in my kitchen. At the stove it is stained from grease. It is currently whiteboard of some sort that look like tile.
We are replacing all our old old painted vent covers with these BRIGHT WHITE ones. My husband does not want me to paint bc he thinks they will not be movable. One coa... See more
I have a vintage piece of wood, probably a part of a dresser, and am looking for ideas about how to paint it. Please share and thanks!
hello, I am going back and forth with the idea of painting my kitchen cabinets. After many views I am closer to deciding to do it using Snow White Milk paint brand. ... See more
I had my kitchen painted but not satisfied. They said they used oil based paint, and I hate oil base paint. So what do I do?
It is already painted burgundy and I would like to redo the brick and possibly the mantle as well.
Our front door is being painted navy blue, I wasn't sure if we paint the window grids the same color as the door or white?
I want to paint this bed frame black to complete a look I’m going for in a guest room, but the thought of all that sanding is the stuff of my nightmares. Any ideas?
I’m going to paint the table black and I would like the chairs distressed with colors still showing. May add a wood seat to the chairs.
I have a glossy metal headboard someone gave me and I would like to paint it. However, I'm not sure if I just prime before painting or do something else.
I want to change paneling to a dry wall look without paying the high cost of drywall. Is it possible to paint wood panelling?
is patina different from glaze? Or are both methods used together or separately? I would like to find explanations and demonstrations of these processes. Thanks!