I just painted my kitchen using semi gloss paint but because I used such saturated color I find that it is too shiny? Is there a way to reduce the shine now that the ... See more
I have a burlap lamp shade that goes on a pelican lamp and want to add some color to it. I want to do it in blue and paint the finial white. Any suggestions?
Looks old and dated but can't afford new vanity
I am considering painting my baseboards white, but don't want to go thru the work and expense if the style is dwindling.
We recently had our bathrooms and bedrooms painted. The painter did some caulking along the front of the bath tubs and shower. The caulking looks grainy almost like... See more
Our bricks are dark and sooty from previous residents. We never use the fireplace and would love to eventually make it gas. I’d love not to have to prime and use ei... See more
Best way to paint dark colored paneling on limited budget.
My husband and I are purchasing a cabin with some natural hickory cabinets. They are quite lovely, but I cannot come up with good color ideas (for the walls) and was ... See more
I'd like to know can you paint pressure treated wood? We recently did some rennovating and we used pressure treated wood in 2 places: in our basement and for our new ... See more
my closets and bathrooms have white plastic doors? What should I use to repaint them?
The mantel will be gray also. How can I figure what bricks to paint.
I have a newer home with triple pane tilt in windows. I also have lots of cats, so I'm tired of curtains that get destroyed. I was considering putting stain glass win... See more
Our front door is being painted navy blue, I wasn't sure if we paint the window grids the same color as the door or white?
We have inexpensive paneling in a mobile home. Can I lightly sand it and put gel stain on it to refresh the surface? Any advice would be appreciated.
What kind of paint can I paint my front door I have painted it and the paint cracks I do get a lot of sun ,it looks so bad mostly were the wood is ,it's a steel doo... See more
I have a glossy metal headboard someone gave me and I would like to paint it. However, I'm not sure if I just prime before painting or do something else.
I want to repaint it with a latex based enamel. Do I have to prime it first?
Awhile back there was information about painting a wall with a great technique that was different than sponge painting. I hope someone can help me. Thanks.
When ever it's that dreadful time to color the old roots of my hair , I have to wrap the bathroom walls in plastic , otherwise ,if I don't , some splatter will adhere... See more