Your dull bathroom and out of date tile in bathroom need an update, but you think you shouldn’t waste too much time and money? Nothing to worry, here are several ways to level up your bathroom tiles without even replacing it.
Peel-and-Stick Vinyl Flooring
Lay peel-and-stick vinyl over the old tiles. It is a cost-efficient option, available in a high-quality adhesive, durable, and sleek. Besides, you wouldn’t need an army to install. You just peel and stick flooring to the tiles, and make sure the tiles are dry and smooth. There it is, a joy of new tiles look is achieved.
You desperately want to change out your bathroom tile but also really don’t want to remove it? Then, you probably will fall in love with this decorating idea. Stencils are available in various designs and patterns. Painting your tile with a stencil is another great way to update the overall look not only for the floor. However, you can apply it on the wall or backsplash too.
If you’re tired of the color of your existing ceramic tile in bathroom, simply paint them. You can use epoxy or latex paint. Make sure you well-prepared the tile before painting—including removing the dust, clean the tile, and sand it.
Explore your creativity to paint the tiles on your bathroom wall. Design your best geometric pattern using tapes, apply a thin coat of primer, and leave it dried well. Then, you can apply epoxy paint and wait for 24 hours to peel off the tape. It’s fun, easy, and durable.
Another easy way to update the tile in bathroom is to cover it with a bathroom rug. You can put it in front of the cabinet or out of the bath or shower. So, which one of these ideas is on your bathroom update project?