An Affordable Flooring Option

When it comes to updating laundry rooms, it can be tough to find a balance between pretty, practical and affordable. As much as I hated the 1980s linoleum in our laundry room in all its stained and dirty glory, it was, after all, just a laundry room. So I decided to find an affordable way to update it!
Here's the before... not the prettiest thing you've ever seen, right?
Here are those hideous stains I mentioned earlier.
And here is our solution!!! Peel and Stick tile!
To learn more about this project, including a detailed "how to" and how much it cost, please stop by my blog. Thanks so much!

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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!


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  • Janet
    on Jul 18, 2017

    I tried to get on your website/blog and it looks like it shutdown. I don't understand. Could you post your website again? This is the first project on Hometalk that I've actually planned on using!

  • Sha12676980
    on Sep 25, 2017

    Where do you get th peel and stick tile? I must have missed that osrt
    • Susan Alford
      on Nov 9, 2019

      Home Depot has a huge variety of peel and stick tile. I asked a clerk in Home Depot about this and he suggested to me that I should get some glue and spread some on the floor where you are going to put the peel and stick tile...this will help it adhere to the floor perfectly.

  • Wink Harner
    on Nov 11, 2019

    The link in your post above does not open the “blog” about this project. Can you provide a URL just for this so that the link actually opens the article with the how-to info on this project? It would make it easier to find the information!

    Thank you.

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