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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  • Janet 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!

    Help!

  • Sha12676980 Sha12676980 on Sep 24, 2017
    Where do you get th peel and stick tile? I must have missed that osrt

  • Wink Harner 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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  • Jartsycreations Jartsycreations on Mar 12, 2018

    Also sealing the "tiles" will help keep water out and adhesive intact Looks great!

  • Kathi Thayer Kathi Thayer on Sep 26, 2022

    Peel and stick are great for low traffic and no moisture areas. However, experience in multiple locations has shown me that they do not last well in entryways, kitchens, and definitely not bathrooms! If its a short term fix before a major renovation, you will get more time out of them if they are put on a rough wood surface rather than directly on a finished flooring such as linoleum or tiling.

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