Can you paint tile floors? Yes! I’m sharing how painting our bathroom’s ceramic tile floors – a simple, inexpensive DIY – made a HUGE difference! Do you ever have a project that ended up being so much easier than you expected that you’re kicking yourself for procrastinating so long to do it. Clean the floors. Scrub the floors thoroughly with a scrub brush and a heavy-duty tri-phosphate (TSP) cleaner (found in your local home improvement or hardware store) in order to remove every last trace of grease and grime. This is especially important for ensuring paint adheres to linoleum kitchen floors. Curved lines add dimension and movement to this stunning painted floor. Get the look by painting the floor white. When dry, lay on curved pieces of painters tape until you get the desired look. Then paint the floor a darker color—in this case, gray. Let dry, then remove painters tape. A vibrant rug completes the look. Another fun way to use paint in your kitchen is by painting your floor a solid color and painting a faux rug on top. To ensure that your painted floors look their best, it's essential to clean, sand and prime them before you begin painting. The type of paint you choose for your floors is also very important. Find and save ideas about Painted kitchen floors on Pinterest. See more ideas about Painting cabinets, Oak cabinets redo and Oak cabinet makeovers. painted tile floor-no really! First off, So today I'm going to go through the process of painting our kitchen floor.and the pros and cons of taking on a project like this. To refresh your memory, this is the delight that we started with. The floors were cheap, solid oak floors, in great need of refinishing. It was either hire someone to sand and polyurethane (which would have been messy and cost at least $2,000) or paint them myself with polyurethane based oil paint (cost $200 for the paint + 3 weekends of my time.