8 Fantastic DIY Painted Floor Ideas ...

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DIY Painted Floors are great home renovation projects for those feeling brave enough to tackle something that involves many steps.

These DIY painted floor ideas are time-consuming, yes, but they are cheaper compared to getting new carpeting or flooring.

And it goes without saying that these painted floor tutorials also give you lots of fun ideas on how to make your home truly unique and beautiful.

1. Stencil on Wood

Stencil on Wood

When you search for painted floor DIYs online, this yellow goodness is one of the first tutorials that you will encounter.

This is from Marzi's living room.

The original flooring was carpeted maple wood.

She and her family painstakingly removed the carpet, sanded and smoothed the wood, primed it, painted the base color (yellow), and then added pretty stencils in white.

The result: the most adorable living room floor in history!

2. Paisley Faux Carpet

Paisley Faux Carpet

This DIY painted floor idea is also on wood, plywood subfloor to be exact.

The method used for painting the subfloor is different in a way from the previous DIY because Carrie added borders.

This gave her "new" floor that carpeted look.

Important tip from Carrie: seal the floor with a non-yellowing floor sealer in satin finish to protect it and help keep it clean.

3. Woodgrain Concrete

Woodgrain Concrete

From painting wood floor, we move to a great tutorial on painting concrete flooring.

Mandi of Vintage Revivals has very detailed instructions on her blog.

She gives us great tips on preparing your concrete floor for painting.

She also gives us fantastic products to use so that your painted floor turns out as amazing as hers did.

4. Subway Floor Art

Subway Floor Art

Who'd have thought you can have subway art on your own floor?

This is most definitely a clever idea.

The subways floor art shown in the photo was for a laundry area but you can also employ this floor painting method on other parts of your house.

You simply have to change the words to use.

How about painting your library/study floor with names of your favorite authors?

Or the floor of your walk-in closet with designer houses?

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