What can I do if I hate my backspash?
Does anyone know what I can do to my backsplash to make it livable? The is nothing wrong with it except the color do I need to have it removed or is there something easier I can do?
How can I use faux brick paneling as backsplash in my kitchen?
I saw this idea in a magazine and am wanting to try it. Of course I am going to paint the brick, white I think. But I want white cabinets as well. Any thoughts? To... See more
Can I use peel and stick tiles on my fireplace?
I would like to use stick and peel tiles on this fireplace renovation. Has any body else used them and was it difficult? I want to use them around the black insert. T... See more
I tiled my floors and there are small gaps between tiles how can I fix
How can I redo my ugly grout?
I am still trying to find a solution for my floor tile grout. The “installer” made it too wide, uneven and did not seal it so it’s really ugly. I would like to ... See more
My ceilings are 10 foot...do I tile my shower all the way up?
How can I use my leftover floor tile to make a round table top?
How do I paint ugly tile in my laundry room?
The tile is a white yellow tile which previous owner cemented it down. It can not be torn out without ripping up floor bottom. Can ceramic tile be painted and withsta... See more
Rustolem makes a tile paint. You could paint it.
If it is formica, you can get a paint that will cover it. Since you did not say what kind of backsplash you have, I am not sure what else to suggest.
Hey Jeanie, this Hometalker painted theirs! https://www.hometalk.com/diy/tile/backsplash/how-to-paint-your-backsplash-tile-6098036
How to Paint Your Backsplash Tile
How about brightening the counter top space with colorful pottery or a framed piece of art on a small stand. Block the gray with a plant or two, lean a nice cutting board. Add a colorful window treatment or rug. Paint the other wall with color. Probably not the answer you were looking for...but I can't see painting tile... but do what makes you happy!
I agree with Edie. I'd try not to paint myself because *personally* I don't like the look of painted grout and I do like the texture of unpainted tile. Painting is more ok to me if using white paint because grout is often white. But if you are thinking of using a warm color, be sure you'll be happy with the grout matching the painted tile. Really though go for whatever makes you happy. If your tile is pretty new, you might be able to purchase a few pieces to test how painting will look on that tile.
As it's unlikely you'd enjoy the results of painting the tile, you'l probably be happier just replacing the backsplash with something you really love. I agree with you about the grey...
Lowes has peel-and-stick small stone panels that look great on a backsplash.
Pull up the Lowes website, search "peel and stick backsplash tiles". Several different styles