The Rust-Oleum Countertop Transformations kit is best used on surfaces like laminate countertops for re-covering or resurfacing them.
In your case, I would suggest using the Tile Transformations kit.
I think the countertops are really working with what this kitchen has going on: sort of an updated, minimalist-country look.
Enhanced, of course, by the squirrel on the counter. I think the tile countertops really contribute to the timeless feel of this Berkeley kitchen, from Design Sponge. And finally, I'll leave you with a couple different tile countertops that are a little off the beaten path.
~ Great to heat that your taking the DIY approach to this and putting the project in your own hands!
While I have seen people paint their countertop tiles before, I can't say that it's very often that I do.
This would definitely require a bit more doing to get clean than a typical marble countertop, but I think the movement in the different tiles would help to conceal the etching and staining that are the curse of marble countertop ownership. Or is this something that's better left in the past?
Thank you so much Maria As far as painting is concerned, I will advise against using a latex based paint for this job.
Is there a product that won't cost too much and will hide that tile? Can I sponge another color over the base color it is now, or do I have to start over? Sometimes that's good, but you can take it away from the base color too much. If you have any problems or suggestions feel free to Contact Us.
At the end of the day, you'll be ending up with a completely painted surface and not a durable countertop.
Any sort of chipping or marring that painted surfaces are prone to, so will your countertops.
While normally done on walls or backsplashes, this product can be used to cover ceramic or porcelain countertops.