Yes, I painted my ceramic tile floor and I am so in love with it, I can’t stand it.
A couple weeks ago, I posted my reveal of my 1990’s bathroom and I promised a follow up with how to stencil that almond ceramic tile floor. Here is my bathroom reveal in case you missed it: http://www.hometalk.com/29927365/completed-my-1990-s-bathroom-reveal
When I told my darling hubster some of my ideas of what I wanted to do with this baby, he was like, “Whaaaatttt????”
Again, he was up at the cottage for the majority of this makeover. No meals to cook for this girl, yup, see ya buddy….don’t let the door hit you on the way out …
This is what the bathroom floor tile looked like in February.
A big thank you to fellow Hometalker, Stacy Davis, who gave me this great idea because she had seen how a gal had painted her tile floor: http://remingtonavenue.com/2015/08/the-girl-who-painted-her-tile.html
I couldn’t resist the challenge and I LOVE stencils, so what the heck, after a little research, I jumped in.
It is truly amazing what paint can do for a home. You guys, this is such an easy makeover and the impact is crazy awesome!
Before you start painting…CLEAN! You want to clean the floor really good. I used TSP on my floor.
Once it is dry, sand the floor. You don’t have to get too crazy, you just want to rough it up so the primer will grab it. After sanding vacuum and wipe up all the dust really good. You don’t want anything on this floor before you start.
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