How To Faux Wood Grain Paint Walls

Posted on: 24 May 2016

If you want a different look for your walls, consider faux wood grain painting. Faux wood grain painting gives the look of real wood without the expense. Faux wood grain painting sounds intimidating, but it is an easy remodeling project for a beginning DIY enthusiast to do. Here are some tips to faux wood grain paint walls. Prepare to Work For this project, you need : work gloves face mask screwdriver plastic sheeting painters tape drop cloths box fan clear acrylic glaze rags 6-inch and 12-inch paint tray 6-inch and 12-inch paint roller 5-inch wood grain rocker ( tool with a curved textured pad) two shades of brown latex paint extension pole angled paint brush Cover doors with plastic sheeting to keep paint fumes from spreading, and lay drop cloths on floors and furniture.
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Four Items To Always Have In Your Sunroom

Posted on: 18 April 2016

If you're a homeowner who is adding a sunroom onto the side of the house, no doubt you're having a great time considering layouts, furnishings, and other decorations for the room. Sunrooms can be relaxing spaces that let you look out on your garden without the dust-, dirt-, and leaf-based distractions that porches can bring. Sunrooms are also often easier to clean and easier to control climate-wise. However, when you plan the sunroom, be sure you add these four items.
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Three Things To Get Rid Of During Your Next Kitchen Remodel

Posted on: 4 April 2016

Are you starting to plan a remodeling project for your home's kitchen? If so, you're likely looking at things you want to add and where you want to put them. However, you should also take care to remove items or situations that don't work well for you. That sounds obvious, but sometimes people put up with more than they have to because they think changing the situation will be too hard or too expensive.
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A Grand Galley -- How To Maximize A Long, Narrow Kitchen

Posted on: 24 March 2016

Remodeling a narrow kitchen can be a design challenge. The long, skinny space -- often called a galley kitchen -- is not conductive to many of the standard kitchen layouts and designs. But you can have a successful remodel by following a few design tips perfect for narrow kitchens. Don't Waste Counter Space Counter space is precious in a small, narrow kitchen, so don't waste it on small appliances, dish storage or extra knick-knacks.
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