Can I paint my bathroom tiles? They are a faux mosaic and I'm worries they will look bad. Also what is the best paint. I'm worried it will start to come off in the sh... See more
We have 5 gallons of flat interior paint that we would like to turn into a semi gloss with out having to spend the money to get another 5 gallons of paint. My husband... See more
How do I fix that? Need help please
Need some suggestions for primer to paint over cheap paint that was painted on wall paneling. Fourteen years ago we bought our 1950’s built home and every room had ... See more
Want to stencil a simple leaf or flower with length onto my kitchen cabinets
I want to paint the LR and the wide hallway that leads into it a slightly different color than the DR and kitchen. Most of the kitchen walls are cabinets. There is a ... See more
How to repaint doors? When I moved in the doors are peeling . And I don't know what kind of paint they used.
I need a craft that uses pine cones
My bedroom has very dark painted walls. I have never painted over them because it wasn't sure how to without it showing through. Any ideas?
the bathroom tile is beige with some mosaic that has shades of brown and Greigethe rest of my House uses grey as the neutral. What color should I paint the cabinets ... See more
The doors are not wood, they are actually wood-grained contact paper. The bases and the cabinets themselves are more like paneling. I can't afford to replace them, th... See more
The coffee table has a factory mahogany finish. What process should be done prior to painting it. I do know that it has to be sanded, but what is the process?
We have sanded down replastered used kilz primer sealer two coats two coats of paint for kitchen and baths we use oil base we let it dry after each application 24 to ... See more
I rent and have those old brown cupboards. I am asking the property owners for permission to paint them white. To look better and reflect light better. What paint is ... See more
i would like to update this item. It needs painted. It is about 3 feet tall. Any ideas?
I have a natural brick fireplace runs on natural gas. What is the best way to this?