How can I repaint my high gloss black oil base painted floor?
I te black oil base looked good but it’s has to b cleaned daily. I need a pattern for a floor. I want to use two colors any ideas?
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I would keep the black base and stencil another color on that.
What type of flooring (wood, cement or what)? For what room?
Hi! I agree with Ann. Maybe a tile pattern?
Something like this:
Mandala - Spades - Complete Stencil by StudioR12 | Reusable Mylar Template | Use to Paint Wood Signs - Pallets - Pillows - Wall Art - Floor Tile - Select Size (12" x 12") https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G3355WB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_fOEsEbSB8MK7C
Black and white checkerboard are great and you already have it half done!
Lots of ideas from other Hometalkers
Hi Kevin. I think a herringbone pattern with a wood look using black and brown could work for you. You could use the black that you already have in place. Then use a wood grain tool for the brown on top of the black. This is a tool that you drag while rocking it back and forth.
How about stenciling a lighter colour tile pattern on top? It could look like trendy cement tile. :)
I'm going for the stencil look. You can buy large stencils on Amazon and add two or more colors to each square thus eliminating most of the black. With the stenciling colors you will not notice much of anything on the floor. It will be a great camouflage. I know . I have two dogs.