How do I paint a pebble stone bathroom shower floor?

by Hope
  9 answers
  • on May 05, 2020

    Are the pebbles already installed and you want to paint over them? Or are you looking to make a floor look like pebbles? :)

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    • Barbara Gossett Barbara Gossett on Oct 12, 2022

      yes want to change the color. take out some of the yellow and give it a more gray look

  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on May 05, 2020

    I think that would be a big mistake. First, all paint on tile will peel once scratched and only last a few years. Second, Once it starts to peel it will be next to impossible to strip and paint it again - it will just be ruined. Third, that floor is kind of expensive and exspensive looking. Painting would be like putting vinyl over marble. If you really must paint it, use the epoxy paint kits made for that sold at paint stores. Step by step instructions are in the kits. Prep is extremely important.

  • Morgan McBride Morgan McBride on May 05, 2020

    I don't think the paint would hold up very well.

  • Mogie Mogie on May 05, 2020

    Wouldn't be a good idea to paint that. You would be redoing this on a regular basis.

  • Jean Saxon Jean Saxon on Apr 12, 2021

    I have a pebble stone floor in my Leni and I hate it. Can I paint it carpeting lor tile it

  • Jean Saxon Jean Saxon on Apr 12, 2021

    Can I paint a pebble stone in my lenai, carpet or tile it. I hate the look of it.

  • Barbara Gossett Barbara Gossett on Oct 12, 2022

    can i stain or change the color of pebble stone in my shower before they grout

  • Mogie Mogie on Oct 13, 2022

    Why would you paint over the pebbles? Is there something wrong with them?

  • Margaret Manning Margaret Manning on Jan 11, 2024

    I have the same problem I do not like the color of the pebbles when they get wet there too much of a brown color and I want to paint them to a light gray. Has anybody done that yet and if so how did it work?