We’ve got this little screen room (12 x 12) that we put up every spring. It fits a small table and four chairs and we just love hanging out in it especially during the summer time. It was just kind of missing something so I decided to paint the concrete floor it rests on. The process was easy, fun and we are so thrilled with how it came out. Check it out.
- I made my own template or stencil by creating a sort of a snow flake, and I cut it into quarters and blew up one quarter on my copy machine until it was the size I needed.
Before I started any outlining of the template I needed to paint the area with Behr concrete primer. I then started outlining the template a quarter at a time till the entire pattern was completed. Easy as that.
I then went ahead and painted the insides of my pattern first in a nice brick color starting from the inside out.
Painted the outside area of the pattern in a tan color.
Outlined all the areas inside the pattern black.
My beautiful screen room. Just what it needed.