Ideas on painting walls with cracks?
Is it necessary to seal terra cotta planters before painting them? I understand you should seal them after painting so it doesn't ruin the paint job, but not sure ab... See more
We are going to install wainscoting in our living room, and using the 1/3 method for height, are putting the wainscoting up to not quite a third of the way up around ... See more
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
The previous owner caulk the logs everywhere, between them and every crack. Paint will not cover it.
The rails start at the door to the 2nd floor. It’s a raised ranch home. My decor style is contemporary. 1- What color would give the rails a more modern look? 2 - ... See more
My wife and I just bought our first home. The wall was covered in a torn wall paper mosaic. This paper came off super easily. We are left with a mostly clean wall but... See more
I want a coastal look throughout my house with shades of the blues. teals. greens. my flooring would need to change too. Also I have nice big windows but not sure wha... See more
We have a hardwood living room floor that we would like to refinish. I've researched and and ask questions of the location to rent the sander. I am terrified to sta... See more
All the room are slanted into a cathedral ceiling. I can get up some on a small ladder or footstool but it would be too dangerous to try to get up very high. The wa... See more
I live in a hundred year home with old plastered walls. Is there a special technique for painting them to hide imperfections ?
We have hardwood floors but would love to paint them or white wash them. What is the best way and how would you seal them to make durable?
Hello, My problem is: I redid my bathroom and forgot that many years ago I had put a wallpaper border at the top. I then painted the walls and the glue showed throu... See more
I have hollow core doors and would like to paint them. Should they be primed first so as not to suck up the paint?
The border is red, gold and green and I want to paint the walls a medium blue.
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.
Has anyone painted MDF closet shelves? If you painted them, what kind of paint did you use and how did they hold up?
I've seen where the same color paint is used for this treatment, but in different types of paint, i.e., flat and satin or satin and gloss. Which ones should be used ... See more
The upstairs was leveled and rebuilt but the basement walls were cleaned and sealed. A mere bump on the wall causes the paint to fall off in chunks. The upstairs ... See more