How to create a tile feature wall

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Bit bored of your bathroom? Kitchen in need of a refresh? When there’s tiling involved, a full makeover can seem like too big a job. But there’s a quick and easy way to create a feature wall into a tiled space without breaking the bank.


Start by choosing the wall you want to update, and then choose your colour palette. Your feature wall should stand out against the rest of the room without contrasting too strongly.

What to do next...

Once you’ve planned your feature wall, pick up a tin of Ronseal One Coat Tile Paint in your chosen colour along with the Ronseal One Coat Grout Pen. You’ll also need a good quality paint brush, and a lint free cloth. Use bleach or white spirit (remember to dispose of the white spirit responsibly) with a lint free cloth to get rid of any dirt or grease from your tiles and leave to dry before you start painting. When dry, use a brush to apply One Coat Tile Paint to the wall, making sure it’s even all over. It's touch dry in 4 hours.

To finish your tile feature wall, go over the grouting with our One Coat Grout Pen and you’re done! When the whole wall is dry, it’ll be mould resistant and water resistant, making it easy to keep clean and looking great.
Now all that’s left is to sit back and admire your handywork! 


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