Can You Paint Bathroom Vanity Countertop?

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Yes, you certainly can paint your bathroom countertops. It is crucially important to follow some of the steps below though. If you opt out to just lay some paint down, then you may find the paint will come off of the countertops. So, more importantly properly painting your countertops is key more than anything.

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Painting your vanity countertop can fill your bathroom with bright colors or continue a standing motif that runs throughout your home. Touch up the color palette in your bathroom for less than a tank of gas! I know, that’s not saying much with gas averaging $4.30 here in San Diego!


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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you paint a bathroom countertop and sink?

Painting the countertop is actually pretty easy. A painted bathroom sink was a bit more tricky, but still not terrible. The Rustoleum box recommends using a 4 inch roller with foam cover and a very fine bristled brush for the edges. First, I used the fine bristled brush to cut in around the edges of the counter.

Can you paint a laminate bathroom vanity top?

Whether you're the type who anxiously waits for Sherwin Williams and Pantone to release the latest palettes each year or are merely tired of the '70s hue that dominates your vanity top, painting over a laminate counter is a relatively inexpensive and simple way to change up the color in your bathroom.

Do I need special paint for bathroom vanity?

Oil, latex, and chalk-based are generally the best paint choices for bathroom vanities. Oil paint has a hard finish that protects against scratching and chipping, but it has a strong odor that can be difficult to work with. Latex paints are water based, which means they're less smelly and much easier to clean.

Can you paint a bathroom vanity and sink white?

Yes, you can! Although I was skeptical, after thinking this over I decided to go for it. I really couldn’t live with the off-white vanity and sink throwing off the whole vision for the bathroom. I did a ton of research and ended up choosing Rustoleum Speciality Tub and Tile paint for the sink and vanity top.

How much does it cost to paint a bathroom vanity?

Painting your vanity countertop can fill your bathroom with bright colors or continue a standing motif that runs throughout your home. Touch up the color palette in your bathroom for less than a tank of gas! I know, that’s not saying much with gas averaging $4.30 here in San Diego!

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