Do you have plans for the weekend? While it’s nice to have time off to enjoy with our family and friends, for many of us the best time to catch up on home improvement is on the weekend.
Want to give your exterior an instant makeover with minimal effort? A fresh color on your front door updates your entire home’s personality.
Painting isn’t hard (truly anyone can do it) but before you dive right into painting a wall or a piece of furniture, check out my list of the top eight things new painters may not know.
Inspiration can be found in uncommon places. See how you can turn a nursery into a story telling cove by using the iconic story: The Hobbit.
When it comes to a project budget, there's rarely enough to go around. While you might prioritize your kitchen renovation over your bathroom, you can still find cost conscious ways to show it come love.
Creating a dining space that has a warm palette but is still flexible can be tricky. See how using a white color can create the ultimate blank canvas.
Unsure of using the color white? Don't be so hesitant. White walls go with everything. Even your little girls big girl room.
Painting a whole house can be intimidating. Not sure where to start? Learn how to manage your project to get by with a little help from her friends.
There are a few things to keep in mind when selling your home, especially when choosing paint colors
Painted furniture is fantastic, whether it's going bold with a bright accent piece or a fresh white statement maker.
If you bought a piece of painted furniture at an antique store or live in an older home, it’s likely that the furniture or some of the woodwork, molding, cabinets or doors in your home were painted with oil-based paint.
Confused about how to choose the right paint finish for your home project? We cover the basics and discuss the details.
When you complete a paint project, you may be asking yourself: how long does paint take to dry? Often times, the hardest part of any makeover is waiting for the paint to dry.
No matter how hard you try to paint perfect lines where the wall meets the ceiling, it can sometimes be tough. Here are three tried-and-true methods that work.