It's pretty amazing what you can do with paint. Not only can you simply give an item a new color but you can also change the look of the material. Whether you want something to look like metal, wood, or even tree bark, there is an easy technique. I'll show you how to make wood
Birch bark decor is popular in rustic decorating. But what if you don't have access to real bark? Although a lot of craft supply stores are now carrying birch bark, it may not be ideal to use real bark for your particular project. Depending on the size and shape of the item you want to
See how you can consolidate your leftover paints into storage sizes that are easy to manage. Create custom labels that make finding what you need a breeze.
Reuse a mismatched or soap filmed drinking glass by making this decorative pencil holder. This craft is easy to do and looks great too!
A popular item to use in rustic decorating is galvanized metal. Metal buckets, vases, and even furniture add some fun styling to a rustic space when they are galvanized. The process of putting a protective coating on steel is what makes the metal galvanized. Because of this process, galvanized metal has a unique warm look.
See examples of some of the best neutral paint colors to use in home decorating. These wall colors will enhance most rustic style choices.
Painting ceramic tile is a great option to costly replacement tile. See how I transformed the tile backsplash in my kitchen with a couple coats of paint!
Give a fresh update to your kitchen with these ideas for painted kitchen cabinets that look stylish and chic.
Check out some of the unusual diy paint projects that you can do on upholstery, stairs, rugs and ceilings that will add a lot of wow factor to your home.