Before and After: Linoleum Floor Makeover

created at: 06/12/2012

After tackling a few kitchen re-do projects, this family still had one big, ugly problem in their kitchen.  The linoleum floor, worn out and lifeless, needed help.  But when the budget doesn't allow for new floors, the family opted for paint.   What?  Paint on linoleum?  Yes indeed!  

created at: 06/12/2012

The old floor looks completely new with a coat of paint, stencil, and a few coats of poly.  While Sally at A Warm Conversation says not all linoleum will take paint so well, hers has been holding up perfectly for a few months.

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Leslie on Nov 01, 2015:

Just a friendlly FYI for accuracy....what you're showing isn't linoleum... it's vinyl flooring. True linoleum is an eco friendly product and only comes in solid colors.

how2home on Jun 19, 2012:

Love the floor...its so different! I wonder how much she spend on doing the flooring? Could it be a DIY ...im thinking using stencils would work too right?

noah on Jun 18, 2012:

If you live in charlotet NC, <a href="http://www.charlottefloor.com">Charlotte Flooring</a> (http://www.charlottefloor.com) does preofesional flooring.

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