Not covering but painting a floor
I have a red brick fireplace with a concrete mantle and a concrete pad at the bottom. My walls are painted a taupe colour and we have light beige carpet. I’d like t... See more
I want to change the color scheme of the room however I do not have the Physical Stamina to rip out the Paneling on the wall and behind the shelving around the Firepl... See more
We have grey/silver floors with little indents all over to provode traction for people and dogs. There was a problem with the installation in that the tiles were com... See more
I have a laundry sink in my back hall that is scratched and dirty looking and everyone comes in the back door and sees it immediately. I would like to paint it insid... See more
My house was built in the 1950's so I have tile half way up the walls as well. I know I need to use specific paint for the tub, but there any other paint that is app... See more
Although I have sanded, primed and painted my bathroom ceiling, it is peeling again. I'm at a loss on how to stop this issue.
I have cheap particle board cabinets and doors are in bad shape - need paint. But afraid to unscrew the hinges for fear that the particle board will crumble. Suggesti... See more
I don’t know what Type the original paint is. Also, any Suggestions on how to make painting window panes easier would be appreciated.
My area rugs are too dark for my black wood floors, and I do not want to tell the hubby I need new ones! 🤭 I’m hoping there is a way to lighten them up. Thank yo... See more
We bought our house 2 years ago, it was built in the early nineties. I think the previous owner re-painted all of the doors a "whiter" glossy paint. The paint just ... See more
i have a no gloss, no shine, flat & dull ceramic tile on bathroom floor, can I stain it?
I have a bedroom I want to paint, some of the walls gray, medium to dark gray, but I don't want to make the room look smaller, so I was thinking just to paint 1-2 wal... See more
How can I keep the paint from washing off. I want to use as trivet so would also need to take heat.
We have 4yr old melamine cabinets and I regret the colour choice I made. I wanted a weathered farmhouse look, but this is not it. Would painting them be advisable or ... See more