Posted By: ECOS Published: 11/12/2015 Times Read: 519 Comments 0
You're ready to tackle a green home reno project, but you're hiring someone else to execute it. How do you know they're eco-friendly and not eco-fake?
Posted By: ECOS Published: 10/21/2015 Times Read: 5861 Comments 4
Does painting a radiator seem like a painting disaster? It doesn't have to be! Follow these tips and they'll be looking great quicker than you think!
Posted By: ECOS Published: 09/26/2015 Times Read: 3150 Comments 0
Did you know the perfectly ugly dresser can simply be perfect with paint? The same goes for cabinets. Here's how to transform them into something you love.
Posted By: ECOS Published: 09/15/2015 Times Read: 1685 Comments 0
Love the idea of painting stripes & chevron, but worry that you lack the skills to do a professional looking job? Here are tips & inspiration to succeed.
Posted By: ECOS Published: 01/11/2017 Times Read: 22427 Comments 6
Do you have linoleum floors in your house that you want to get rid of, but don't have the budget for a new floor? You can paint over them! Here's how.
Posted By: ECOS Published: 08/14/2015 Times Read: 476 Comments 0
You may have heard the expression "Work smarter, not harder." Today, we want to share some tips on how to do just that on your next big painting project.
Posted By: ECOS Published: 07/25/2015 Times Read: 4585 Comments 0
You've probably come across the term "drywall mud" or "joint compound" and you may have thought to yourself, "What's mud and why would I use it in my home?"
Posted By: ECOS Published: 07/08/2015 Times Read: 2116 Comments 1
Staining concrete is an easy and affordable way to transform a space - indoors or out - and the results are amazing! See for yourself & then try this DIY.
Posted By: ECOS Published: 01/27/2017 Times Read: 28241 Comments 5
Is it safe to paint your child's toys? Especially toys that get sucked and chewed on? You're wise to ask because the answer is sometimes "no."
Posted By: ECOS Published: 06/10/2015 Times Read: 3616 Comments 6
Some people say it's always best to prime before you paint & others say it's unnecessary to prime at all. Who's right? Both - it depends on the project.