Here's a project where they painted with a stencil. If you don't want to use a stencil, you can go with one color.
Hi Denise, here's how one DIYer on Hometalk did hers! https://www.hometalk.com/36896576/how-to-paint-tile-floors-with-a-stencil
Here is a tutorial for you: https://www.drivenbydecor.com/how-painting-bathrooms-ceramic-tile-floors-diy/
Here's a good tutorial for you: https://www.curbly.com/paint-tile-floor
Here's a good "how to" link:
There is some good information here:
here is a post https://www.drivenbydecor.com/how-painting-bathrooms-ceramic-tile-floors-diy/
I've never done a floor, but I did paint my fireplace tile. I would only do this in a low-traffic area, since it's not the most robust surface ever. https://jessicawellinginteriors.com/faux-cement-tile-fireplace/ Here's a list of my favorite inexpensive tile stencils: https://jessicawellinginteriors.com/moroccan-tile-stencils/
Or my friend Lynn used tile stickers. Here's her post: https://myfamilythyme.com/updating-with-tile-stickers/
I would use a Rustoleum kit made for tiles, tubs and sinks. I recently did one.
This is a great post:
Home Floor Paint System is a two-step interior floor product meant to cover up unsightly wood, tile, and linoleum floors without sanding, stripping, priming, or other prepping measures
How to Give a Wood Floor Face Lift WITHOUT Sanding, Stripping, or Priming DIY | Hometalk
Here's a much easier way: https://thehoneycombhome.com/floor-stickers-in-the-bathroom/
You can buy special paint for tiles at DIY store!
Here's my tutorial of my painted fireplace tile project. The process will be the same. Just be warned, this isn't great for a high-traffic area. https://jessicawellinginteriors.com/faux-cement-tile-fireplace/
Here is how one viewer did it https://www.hometalk.com/31322417/the-secret-is-out-how-to-stencil-a-tile-floor