The main bathroom in my house (that I just purchased) has 4" square pink tile about half way up all the walls except where the tub/shower are at. On the floor is 1" square and oblong pink tile (a varigation of pink colored tiles). The tile is in good shape...it is just pink. The tub, shower, sink, vanity, toilet, storage cabinet and paint are all white and look fairly new. I just can't get past all the pink tile.
I don't mind having tile half way up the wall in a bathroom and I know that tile work, both removing and re-installing, can be tedious and therefore expensive (I'm not that handy to remove tile). A friend told me that there is a type of paint that you can use to paint over the tile after it is sanded well.
1) Have you heard of this type of paint before? If so, what you do you think of it? Am I putting lipstick on a pig?
2) Would I need to remove the floor tile to replace it or can a different type of flooring be placed over it? If a different type of flooring can be placed over it, is one type of flooring better than another?