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Here's a the link for the finished job: http://www.younghouselove.com/2012/03/ok-no...
Another inexpensive option you may wish to consider is TrafficMaster "Allure" vinyl wood-look planks (sold at Home Depot). It would be great for the kitchen. I have it in one bathroom and as I have stated on several threads here on HomeTalk, I wish I had known about it before I put down laminate floors (that I now detest) in part of my house.
The trick using cork is to get the proper tiles. There is cheep cork tiles, and expensive ones. The higher price ones typically have a coating or sealer applied to allow for use in damp/wet locations. While the lower cost tiles are really not suggested in those areas. In addition quality means in many cases a harder cork or more dense product. This translates into more durable product
Do some research on the tiles used and you will find there are many great cork tiles that can be used in a kitchen.