As I continue with my kitchen research I have now confirmed that my flooring is not lineoleum but indeed tile. Thank you all with the previous question and answers. Having a party and helpful friends confirmed it. A friend of mine did suggest though about putting vinyl flooring OVER tile? I never heard this before and thought I would reach out to the hometalk fans for answers, advice and thoughts. I thank everyone in advice. Once again here is the picture of our TILE flooring.
Scored a Georgetown Gallerie vintage (1940-50's) sideboard/buffet at local thrift store for $32 dollars. Has beautiful mohogany wood but also has scratches to fill in. Was going to paint over but the wood is stunning once treated with lemon oil. Anyone suggest an "affordable" way to mend this old girls years of wear?
I have a large 30 square area that i would like to make a large elephant paver, so i can stand on it while i hang out the clothes, any ideas how i can conquer this one, and the surround would be artificial grass or real grass
I can manage it well in the summer and spring but how do I take care of it once I bring them in for the winter they starts to die and fall apart. Please help, how do I take care of them? I have pictures below.