We have had this done for nearly a year and have had NO issues with it! It still looks fabulous. And as always, better in person.
*Note: This works great on a surface that isn’t used heavily. I would not recommend this for a kitchen counter top. You CAN do it, but you need to use a sealer and I do not know how well it will hold up. Again, I would not recommend it.
This room is supposed to be black and white with grey walls. Well, obviously, a tan, tiled fireplace doesn’t match. I couldn’t afford to re-do it. (Especially with my expensive tastes!) So I figured I could paint it. My husband wasn’t too sure about this one but loved how it turned out! 🙂
Here is my “Oh crap, I started the project and didn’t take a ‘Before’ picture” picture.
Step 1: High gloss (aka good for tile) Primer (x3 coats later!!) You can get that HERE.
Step 2: Sponge on dark grey paint. (The wall this is on is our medium grey.) I used a sea sponge so it would be irregular and not have patterns in it.
Step 4: Paint grout. (With a tiny art brush.) I used the dark grey paint for the grout.
Step 5: Take pride in my work as I sit and drink lemonade while I stare at it and blog about it. 🙂 (HA! Yeah right I have time to sit here and drink lemonade!) I’m off to finish the next project!!!