DIY / Upcycling: My Toilet Revamp

27th July 2015
It’s been another busy week of decorating, and I’m starting to get good at this!

This time I targeted the toilet, as I was sick of the aged tiles and wanted them to match the rest of my camply-decorated toilet. I love my teal and white walls with random gold, tacky material and sparkly light and wanted the tiles to be bold and funky to match.

I used Rustoleum Tile Transformations paint in white which I used for my bathroom not too long ago so knew it would do a good job. 
rustoleum tile transformation paint
It’s really easy to use, you just mix the paint together and then use a small roller to apply it. I advise you use a mask if working in a small, confined space like I was, to avoid fumes. 
I only needed one coat and I think it’s really brightened it up! I am debating whether to use a gold or teal paint to paint the thinner tile strip at the top, so any advice would be welcomed!

I did get carried away and also did the floor, which I then sealed with Rustoleum Clear Sealer. If you choose to do the floor, make sure you leave a couple of tiles initially so you can still use the toilet, as I was stupid enough to forget this, and Chunk wasn’t amused!
I’m currently blinging up a wooden toilet seat that I bought to match the revamped room, so watch this space for the photos!
My Floor Before and After
I was sent the tile paint to test for the purpose of this review. No payment was received and all opinions are honest and my own. 

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