Updating bathroom ceramic tile
The second option of painting is, apply two coats of two part epoxy paint, which is especially made for tile.
Try to follow the direction as specified in the label.
Most travertines have warmer, creamier colours which are well-suited to almond. However, things add up FAST when you’re updating/renovating, so if you’d rather keep your budget at a dull roar, check out these tile-choosing tips…
These almond/bone coloured subway style tiles are a great way to modernize an almond tub as they are a few tones darker than almond and add some visual depth to the space.
Besides knowing the techniques and options available to paint on bathroom tiles, now you are ready to create your own art and unique painting in your bathroom.
There is no doubt that this bathroom painting can create a different appearance and absolutely make it personalized.
A tile with cream in it will blend in with your tub/toilet when they meet which will help the tie the almond colour into the palette of your bathroom. Home Depot has a great in-stock tub called Mirolin/Sydney – 9 and it is designed to fit in where your old 5′ tub was (common from the 1960’s-1990’s).
Try to give recommended time for drying before you use the paint.
Although this is one of the best options to consider for painting on tiles, the colour options available with epoxy paint is limited.
Especially, painting in the bathroom tiles will further make it look unique and something different too.
Most of the bathrooms will have ceramic tile walls.