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. Change the look of your kitchen floor without the hassle of removal and replacement. Make sure your floor is clean of dirt and debris and dry. Apply painter's tape along the border edges and anywhere you don't want to paint. Apply Base Coat in 4’x4’ sections, and maintain a wet edge while rolling. 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. We know painted floors aren’t guaranteed low-cost, but they can certainly be cheaper than refinishing or replacing some so-so wood floors in an old house. Coating floors in a glossy layer of paint can really brighten things up, and if they’re glossy enough, they’re a cinch to clean. 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. Paint is a budget-friendly solution to a wood floor that has seen better days. A fresh coat can hide blemishes, even out colors, and give the whole room a new look. Try a light neutral to mimic the hardwood's natural color and let other hues in the room—like this kitchen's beautiful copper pots and blue accents—stand out. See More Images The color I originally painted the floors was red (see pic below), but the next one was white with cream in the bedrooms. The first paint job was so poorly done by me, I had to redo it eventually. (Image credit Maxwell Ryan) Years ago when I decided to paint the floors in my small. APPLYING PAINT TO TILE FLOORING If you’re planning to paint an entire floor, use a brush or roller to apply paint over the exposed tile and grout in a continuous motion. But if you’re painting. Time to paint old linoleum kitchen floors! First, I quickly trimmed all the way around the room, using my favorite paintbrush. Then started rolling. Goodbye, old, ugly linoleum! Let this paint dry at at least 30 minutes – a couple hours is even better. Painting the Lines. While this is obviously an optional step, it was one of my favorite parts. Painting kitchen floors is a creative and inexpensive way to freshen the kitchen. Painting hardwoods seems the most logical of flooring types, but painting vinyl is also a reasonable step. Kitchen floors can take on any look you want and will look good, as long as you take care to prepare the flooring first, and then seal the painted floors when complete.