Today I’m bringing back this hugely popular post on our painted cultured marble tub surround.
Since I get so many questions on this topic, I thought I’d address them all here.
As you can see in the before images below, we had a green cultured marble surface surrounding the tub.
Actually, it’s more than just the surround.
The marble in our Rhode Island home was an early nineties/late eighties dark green.
It was something we knew we wanted to change, but getting rid of this was going to take up a lot of our renovation budget.
So a new pristine porcelain bathtub or white marble bathtubs were not going to happen here.
We did a little research and learned we could paint over it with epoxy paint!
As you can see below, we also changed out the bathroom floors.
How To Paint Over Cultured Marble Counters
Can you paint over cultured marble and stone?
The answer is absolutely, yes!
But, first things first.
Back when we first looked at this house, we were blown away by so many of it’s unique features.
It’s an older home with a lot of built in cabinets and interesting details.
However, one thing which stuck out was the dark green counters, vanity top, tiles and tub surround in the primary bathroom.