If you love the look of stained glass, but not the price tag that’s attached to it, did you know that it’s possible to make faux stained glass with commonly available ingredients such as acrylic paint and glue?
You can use this technique for windows in your home and glass panels as well. It’s perfect to cover sidelights in entry halls, bathroom windows, and to hide walls and fences.
Stained glass lets in sunlight, but hides unsightly things. It’s a perfect solution with endless possibilities and uses. As an alternative to the paint, you can use food coloring, but the result will be much less intense.
While it’s possible to create stained glass with water colors, stick to acrylic paint if you want a vibrant, thick result.
Dry, warm summer weather offers the perfect opportunity to tackle some home improvement projects. Summertime inspires all sorts of renovation efforts, but many of the more ambitious potential projects, like installing a pool or a central air conditioning system, require quite a large investment. Luckily, these summer home improvement projects Read More
While complete renovations can provide a whole new look for your home, some may not have the money or time to put into those projects. If you’re looking for ways to bring new life into your home, you may not have to go to such lengths of completely redesigning a room. There are many easy projects you can do around the house that can add a sense of personality without the hard work or high budget of a renovation. Read More
This time of year, New Year’s Resolutions are made. And oftentimes broken almost immediately. No matter what goals you set for yourself or your home, taking a full account of the details needed to achieve your goal. Read More