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Striped Living Room
The name "living room" says it all. It's where you do your living. This is the room where you spend time relaxing, entertaining friends and catching up with your loved ones. You want it to make a statement but you also want it to be more than just a...
Metal Patio Furniture
Metal patio furniture is great because it can truly last a lifetime. True, it may need to be repainted every 5-10 years, but as long as you don't allow it to get overly rusty then repainting your metal patio furniture can be easy. I recently had a client drop off...
Painted Wood Panels
Back in the 60s, 70s and 80s, wood paneling was considered a great looking and easy to maintain wall covering. Today, not so much. The biggest problem with wood paneling is that it is dark and doesn't reflect light well. This causes the rooms that have wood paneling in them...
White Painted Kitchen Cabinets
In this post I want to go over a problem that many DIY painters experience and a handful of simple solutions. That problem is brush marks. Today, I want to particularly address brush marks when painting a door, either cabinet doors, regular doors or really any piece of wood...
Room with painted baseboard
Do you love the look of painted baseboards but currently have oak, pine or some other wood in your home? Not to worry, painting your baseboards and getting a beautiful finish is an easy job than any Do-It-Yourselfer can handle with a little bit of time and patience. This tutorial is...
Brown Clawfoot Bathtub
Bathtubs get old. Just like the walls, cabinets, furniture and other things around your house, bathtubs can get scratches, dings and discoloration over time. But unlike other items around your home, most people don't realize that they can refinish their tubs, they think they have to live with the...
How To Paint A Popcorn Ceiling
Whether it’s from cooking, spider webs, old paint jobs or something else entirely, ceilings get dark and dirty and need to be repainted. You may not even notice that your ceiling has been yellowing or browning over the years, but odds are, it’s not the bright white it started...