How to Paint Bathroom Tile Painting in 15 Minutes

I can’t wait to show you some bathroom tile painting ideas, and I want you to help me get the word out to as many people as possible.

I am so excited to share these ideas with you all and hope you all have a blast painting!

Here are some tips for getting the best results with these bathroom tile paintings.


Choose a bright and colorful color palette.

You don’t need to be the most talented artist to paint these colorful, colorful, and colorful bathroom tiles.

The most important thing is to pick a color palette that is bright and vibrant.

You will want to paint your tiles in a variety of colors, from muted colors to vibrant colors.

If you’re lucky enough to be a master of shading, this will be a great way to get the colors right.

Don’t paint these tiles unless you absolutely must.

If you don’t like the color of your tiles, simply paint them in the opposite color of the tile.

For the most part, you’ll be able to get away with a muted palette because it’s easy to paint in shades of gray, white, or light gray.


Don’t over-pain the tile once it’s finished.

This is one of the biggest mistakes that many people make.

When I first started painting these bathroom tiles, I painted them in two coats of primer.

They took two coats to finish.

After that, I didn’t bother painting them again, so it took three more coats of paint before I was happy with the result.

This was a terrible mistake to make because it meant that I was painting tiles in the same place for two coats, and then I painted the same tile over and over again.

It is not a good idea to over-paint a tile because it will eventually chip off.

Once the paint has dried, you can put it back on the wall and paint again.

If it looks like the tile is still in good shape, then you can move on to the next step.


Get your palette ready.

You want your palette to be as clean and clear as possible when you’re painting.

To start, you want to pick the color palette for your tiles.

For instance, I like to pick black and white.


Paint a large surface.

A large surface will help you to avoid painting any more than two tiles at a time.


Apply a gloss.

A gloss will give the tiles a very shiny finish, but will also allow you to paint on the underside of the tiles. 


Make sure that your paint isn’t too dry.

I don’t recommend using a liquid-based paint because it won’t hold up well to paint drying.


If your tile is a little too large for your painting space, make sure that you apply the final coat of paint onto the tile itself.

This will give you more control of the look of your tile.

I like using a thin layer of clear lacquer.


When painting your tiles on a large or flat surface, do not over-brush them.


Paint the tiles slowly, evenly, and on a thin coat.


After painting your tile, you will want it to be completely dry.


When the tile has dried enough to fully dry, move on and paint the next tile. 

This is where the next tip comes in handy.


If the tile you’re working on is larger than the tiles that you painted last, you might want to use a gloss and finish the next layer of paint.


If all else fails, try to paint the tiles over a blank wall.


If this is the first time you’ve painted the tiles, you may want to check out my tutorial for how to paint bathtub tiles.