You sure can! But before you go to the store and pick up some paint, be sure to read the preparation/application tips and considerations.
If you just don’t want to replace or remodel that old outdated ceramic tile in your kitchen or bath, paint it! Painting over tile is a simple project that can create amazing results. Follow the steps below for a superior application:
Step 1 – Repair Any Damaged Areas
Before you begin, examine the tile for damage. If there are any areas that are cracked, shipped, or rough, use a quick-drying epoxy to fill in the area. Allow the filler to dry for a few days before applying step 2.
Bathrooms and kitchens have their own set of unique challenges given constant moisture, high traffic, splatters, and frequent washing.
Fortunately, most major paint brands have a line of kitchen and bath paints that are specifically formulated to stand up to the test in kitchens and bathrooms. Using advanced technologies, these high-quality durable paints are designed to withstand moisture and frequent washing and even resist mildew. They typically come in a satin or semi-gloss finish.
Some examples include:
Benjamin Moore Kitchen and Bath Paint
Sherwin Williams Bath Paint
Valspar Ultra Kitchen & Bath
Add interest and architectural detail to your space with crown molding.
Crown molding can be used in many rooms throughout your home, including kitchens…