Looks old and dated but can't afford new vanity
I am using Tsp to clean and degrease my Orange peel textured wall that was already painted with interior latex. The plan is to skimcoat over the paint and original t... See more
I'm painting my kitchen cabinets the ivory cream color with stained trim. any suggestions on what he or color to use?
This door is painted with high gloss enamel but the colour isn’t uniform. Some parts don’t have the same sheen as the rest. It has had two coats. Why is this happ... See more
Not chalk paint, but chalk.
I inherited kitchen cabinets surfaced with what I believe to be a melamine veneer. Is it possible to paint over them? The surface seems too slick for paint to adhere.... See more
Can you paint over Frc panels in bathroom? If so what kind of paint can I use? Or if not what can I do to the walls in this bathroom?
I had a color scheme selected including a color for the walls. But the white glass tile (professionally installed with the correct adhesive!) did not turn out looking... See more
Moved into new older home all rooms are a light natural shade but one room. Has 5" inch stripes of bright pink,blue,green,yellow. We want a cream like rest of room. W... See more
The slate flooring is in our foyer and now looks outdated. The ceramic tiles are around our fireplace and also look outdated and need to be a more neutral color.
tops are at least 30 years old; stained ad have major gouge as big as a quarter in it
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
Small 1x2 inch tiles with "used-to-be" white grout, from the 1950's. A Formica countertop is practically welded in place below it! That's another project to tackle. I... See more
I think they are a muslin material and they have a few small stains on them. I picked them up at a thrift store for 99 cents. What kind of paint should I use??
I want to paint them but how can I do that without stripping them. Some of the lacquer is pealing off in strips. The other is sticky around the stove. Any advise?
My husband just began sanding our coffee table. It had many nicks and scratches so needed a lot of attention. He had assumed because it was Thomasville and it is extr... See more
Looking for best way to chalk paint and age new built cabinets. I’m looking for great results; not necessarily cheapest way