Chalk Painted Vinyl Tiles


My husband is gone on a fishing trip for a couple of days.  I hate this old floor in our foyer.


Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in "Old White" to the rescue.  I have to brush it on as the "grout" lines are deep.

Coat number two!

A little wet distressing on the fake bricks with a wet rag.  There is an Annie Sloan Floor Lacquer that is used for wood and cement floors but I am going to get it for this vinyl floor.  

I hope the distressing will distract from any scratches the floor may get, AND I think it makes the floor look like real bricks.

The truth be told I want to paint all of the wood trim white too but this fishing trip is not that long!

To be continued...





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8 comments:

  1. I have the same floor. I can not wait to see this project finished. I already love it!!!!!

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  2. I like it! When I was married, I'd do the same thing. Couldn't wait till he actually got out the door so I could start.
    Brenda

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  3. Looks good Carlene. You are brave to do that.

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  4. Wow, what a difference! Love the distressing.

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  5. This is a great idea. I would really like for my husband to go on a fishing trip! Lol!

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  6. Wish my husband fished! Golf is not long enough. Can't wait to see the full effect.

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  7. love it. will be interesting to see how it holds up.

    blessings
    Barb

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  8. I'm just seeing this...
    and it's only been a week.
    Have you followed up on this floor? I'm so anxious to see how it turned out! You know... I glued paper down to my floor!
    and got my hubby in on the action too! ;)

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