How to paint your pantry

Monday, April 25, 2016 by HomeRight | Comments

My pantry was the same color as it was when we moved in and painted it an almond color. When we recently painted our whole upstairs white, the pantry stuck out like a sore thumb. It was time to give it a new paint job and reorganize it!  

Step 1

I removed all of the hardware including drawer pulls, handles and hinges. Store them somewhere safe so you don't lose any of the pieces.

  Step 2

After emptying out all of the food items, I sanded it inside and out then I wiped it down really well with a hot soapy rag.



Yellow bookshelf makeover by Rain on a Tin Roof

Monday, April 11, 2016 by Jenna.LaFevor | Comments

Upcycled DIY Cat Bed by Tanner Bell

Thursday, April 7, 2016 by tanner.bell | Comments

Tanner Bell shares his latest upcycle project using an old foot stool as the base for a DIY cat bed. 

How to Remove Wrinkles from Curtains without an Iron

Friday, April 1, 2016 by ashley.phipps | Comments

I hate ironing curtains.  Especially new straight from the package.  Somehow the wrinkles and creases seem to be set into the fabric in a way that only extensive ironing will get out.  And let's be honest, ironing curtains (especially long ones) is no easy task!  I have been known to put new curtains up, straight from the package, to see how they look.  And upon deciding I like them, leave them up in hopes that the wrinkles will eventually come out.  They never do.  But today I am sharing my secret trick for how to remove wrinkles from...

Painting A Fence (or deck) with a Finish Max

Sunday, March 20, 2016 by gail.wilson | Comments

It’s been a long time coming, but my DIY picket fence is nearly complete! There are a few things that need to be finished, but what is most noticeable? It needs to be painted! It will be  a challenge to say the least, mostly because I will be at the mercy of Mother Nature.


Paint Sprayer Selection Guide

Tuesday, March 15, 2016 by HomeRight | Comments

We want to help you select the best type of sprayer for your needs.