Putting Shiplap on back wall of 1/2 bath. Going with white and I was going to go satin, but I am seeing a lot of eggshell?
Hi, Does anybody know how I could make wood wool(fibre) panels? I know it is a mixture of wood wool and cement. But that is also everything i know...https://mymodernm... See more
We bought a hammock type chair for the bedroom. How do I build a support beam?
Hello! We are in the midst of a home re-do. (Read: please ignore the temp curtains and fan in the dining room in these pics!) We painted the living room walls Navy an... See more
I need lots of trims, engraved type. These are quite expensive, so is there any way I can make them myself at home ? Thanks.
I want to shiplap my entry wall about 3/4 the way up with a picture ledge and coat hooks. I’ve wanted to do this for 2 years now. Looking at different products, p... See more
I want to make a frame with the grove in back .
I can’t find it anywhere. Can I use a 2x4? Ideas/suggestions? Thank you.
I removed a drop ceiling in my old house and exposed the rafters. I would like to put up a wood slat ceiling against the rafters, but I don't have a lot of money and ... See more
How do you tell if it is a load bearing wall?
I need a inexpensive way to put up a ceiling in a bedroom. That gets extremely hot. Despite central air and a portable ac unit
Tight budget and baseboards are outdated. What is the most cost effective and modern look?
The space has 5.8 ft wide and 5.9 ft tall, and I want to create a separation , without bricks.
I would be installing crown molding in my bedrooms and bathrooms by myself. No helpers here! Thinking about foam crown molding as it would hold up better in the bath... See more
It’s an Ikea Billy bookcase. The cut out for smaller baseboard doesnt work. Would like it to look flush with the wall. Would rather not have to cut the baseboard.... See more
Is there an easy, inexpensive way to fake crown molding? I’m on a tight budget, but my walls are very tall and very plain! Thanks!
The internal door locks so I could leave the outer heavier door open. This would avoid having to cut an oblong in the main door.