Choose a gray toned flooring to begin laying down, then peel and stick down in place.
Choose a wood grain patterned stencil, apply paint onto the roller, and begin at the edge of the floor.
Paint the floor white as a base coat, put painter’s tape down in a grid, and squiggle black paint for the crackle.
Clean down your floors first, then roll out the contact paper.
Put down an underlayment beforehand, and place down the cork flooring one at a time.
Begin laying the floor lined with tongue and groove adhesive, then nail down with Ryobi.
Place vapor wave between the subfloor and the plywood barrier, and then proceed to put down the hardwood.
Paint the base of the floor black, and fill in a paisley stencil with white paint.
Prep the floor with a primer, and roll over a floral stencil with chalk paint.
Remove the previous linoleum flooring and after laying the tiles grout them.
Draw out your grid to scale with measurements and cut down the various carpet patterns with a box cutter.
Rip up the debris left over from the carpet, paint a light gray on the top of the floor, and coat with polyurethane.
Paint with a tinted primer the color of the walls, and paint 2 to 3 layers on the floor with color of choice.