Like the ground outside or the very principles of gravity, a floor is something we often take for granted.
It’s solid, flat (hopefully), and covers the whole room…that’s pretty much all we need from it right?
I’ve rounded up the best of our floor makeovers, so you can see what a difference a floor makes, and find inspiration for you next floor renovation, no matter what your budget may be. —Images above: If you have damaged or otherwise less than perfect floors and are on a tight budget, consider painting them with a dramatic eye-catching design like Carrie has done with this amazing painted pattern floor.
You all know we have been busy working on our kitchen makeover. Our tile backsplash was the kitchen element that I was most concerned about when we decided to tackle the kitchen makeover. But you will recall that we are on a tight budget for this project.
If however you’ve decided you just can’t live with those old-fashioned bathroom tiles any more, there are some cheap and cheerful methods of bringing your bathroom into the 21 century.
If you’re greatly improving the appearance of the bathroom, chances are the landlord won’t object either.
We decided to use two of them to paint our kitchen cabinets.
That left me with a pint of the darkest grey color, Queenstown Grey, that I wasn’t going to use. Yes, you can still see the pattern of the decorative tiles, but holy cow, I am beyond happy with how this FREE transformation turned out.
The specific paint I used is a primer and sealer in one and ) Step 1.
If you use the right products, with the correct preparation and recommended application, your bathroom will look as good as new when you're done!
For bathrooms with high humidity levels, there are 2-part epoxy paints available to use on wall tiles.
We gave the stained brown wooden mantel a paint makeover in white as the first step and it made such a huge difference to lighten and brighten our living room!
The fireplace blah beige tile surround got a paint makeover last month too – here’s how I did it, with no sanding and in just 3 steps! : First let’s look at the before: Boring and blah tile. – White Tile paint – this tile paint is a water based primer sealer.