No. In my opinion it would look terrible, and painting
foil bubble wrap negates its radiant properties.
Agree with Dave. Cut pieces from hidden spaces inside cabinets and benches to patch bad sections in visible areas. Replace cut sections with foil bubble wrap (unpainted).
No need to order from Scamp, BTW. Hardware stores, including Lowe’s and Home Depot, stock other brands of foil bubble wrap, functionally equivalent. Reflectix seems to be the most common.
Once you’ve done all your patching, use paintable latex caulk to fill seams and small gaps and gouges. You can use a crumpled damp rag to approximate the texture of the elephant hide. Then paint.
It would help to know what you’re dealing with- how much and how bad. How about some pictures?