Old House Journal's compendium of articles about interior paints and finishes including oil, distemper, colored pigments, milk paint, and more.
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Does your old house restoration project include sprucing up painted wood floors? A few days' work and a little know-how can leave wide boards beautiful for decades.
The case of the foul-smelling can of paint, and a fix.
Experts lend advice on getting patterned wallpapers and trim colors to coexist for maximum effect.
New regulations will affect what types of household paints you can buy.
From historic color palettes to old-fashioned paint formulas, find the right fit for your house's walls with this source list for period paints.
Interior colors are softened yet bold in this 1916 Arts & Crafts home, complementing dark chestnut woodwork in the restful interior.
Although there was some labor involved, this solution to a problem floor was inexpensive and remarkably effective.
Understanding correct color placement—and the trouble with replacement windows.
Carelessly painted windows are frequently stuck forever and one regrettable reason homeowners purchase replacements. Neither the prep nor the painting is complicated, however.
Two techniques, borrowed from the past, transform radiators into artwork.
They're better for the environment, but how are they at removing paint? We put the newest breed of strippers to the test.
Return a radiator's ornamental iron to its original appearance by soaking off the paint down to bare metal.
High-tech methods make it easier than ever to uncover and re-create historic paint finishes.
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