Updating bathroom ceramic tile

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The second option of painting is, apply two coats of two part epoxy paint, which is especially made for tile.

Try to follow the direction as specified in the label.

In our last home, we had a bathroom with bone coloured fixtures and when we redecorated, the budget did not allow for updating it with white.

However, our budget DID allow for 2 bottles of wine which helped me come to terms with the fact that we couldn’t afford to replace it.

When your eye roams around the room there needs to be enough distance between the 2 so that they are not in the same visual sight line.

Most of the bathrooms will have ceramic tile walls.

Try to find a tile or linoleum that is either a mix of creams (which can include a bit of white) or a tile with other colours and a dominant cream coming through (as shown in the collage below). then you should spend the extra moula and get a white tub.

A tile with cream in it will blend in with your tub/toilet when they meet which will help the tie the almond colour into the palette of your bathroom. Home Depot has a great in-stock tub called Mirolin/Sydney – 9 and it is designed to fit in where your old 5′ tub was (common from the 1960’s-1990’s).

This will only ACCENT your almond tub and make it look dirty compared to the toilet The exception: Hang a shower curtain that is closed all of the time and hanging on the outside of the tub, rather than the inside.

Avoid the use of a dominant white in your flooring. Meier Park Silver Strand While you can get away with a touch of white (mixed with cream) in your flooring, TOO much white will contrast directly with your tub when they meet at the base and will only serve to accent the “almond-allure” of it.

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