Here is a video showing how to secure the linoleum seams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wMoAdku0og
This link should help you:
This answer might help with your tiles: https://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/179180/vinyl-tile-crackling-noise-when-walking-on-it
question cut off. You can use loctite construction adhesive to reglue the spots that are poppping up. Smear some under the edges with a popsicle stick and weight down with bricks of something very heavy for a few hours. I see the second part looks like you want to wallpaper?? never a good idea on a floor.
Once you get all the seams glued down you can paint or do a brown paper bag effect.
Hi Mara, hope this helps you out, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcMkI6Qs0FU
You can maybe do the paper flooring , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxEqHT5LvFE
I think you were asking how to wallpaper the floor? your question was cut off so can you give more info please/
Use Double Sided Tape to secure your flooring. I would not Wallpaper it as it would not stand up to traffic.
I would remove the old flooring and redo it. I have covered old vinyl with a thin Luan plywood and then added new flooring (sheet vinyl, vinyl self-stick tiles, actual ceramic tiles, or a floating floor (this doesn't need the plywood).
How to Fix Linoleum That's Peeling Up
Hi Mara, the linoleum will have to be glued back down to the floor before being painted. There are lots of posts here on painting a linoleum floor to inspire and guide you:
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Hi Mara: If possible, you can use a popsicle stick and put some Contact Cement under the lifted area, put something heavy on it and leave it over night. Make sure that no glue squirts out because whatever you use to flatten it out will be there forever:) That stuff sticks great! If you're worried about the glue squirting out, first put about 4 layers of wax paper on the area then your heavy stuff. You can always remove the wax paper :) Good lluck