Last week on my Instagram I teased a little project that we were starting in our greenhouse! While the weather got too hot to work on it, we finally finished it and I’m so excited to be sharing with your the final outcome today! You may remember last year when we painted our mudroom floors a harlequin design. Well, we decided to carry that same design over to our greenhouse flooring! If you would like to read how we did it, click here [HERE] to see the mudroom painted floors blog post!
We purchased our greenhouse a couple of years ago, pre-Copeland Beau, and have got so much use out of it! The pre-fabricated greenhouse that we decided to go with did not come with flooring, but we decided to lay it on a concrete pad. If you would like to read our full review on the greenhouse, click here [HERE]. While the concrete pad has been great, I just wanted to make it a little more…me.
I have been dreaming about creating some sort of design on the concrete. Whether it be a stencil design or tile. Then I remembered back to the harlequin design that we painted on our mudroom flooring last year and it just felt right to carry that over to the greenhouse! It is such a simple yet interesting paint method and really adds so much! You can see the DIY for this pattern [HERE]. The two paint colored we used were my favorite Fusion Mineral Paint in Putty and Behr Porch and Patio Floor Paint in the color Dove White.