I recently got married and so had the pleasure of renting and decorating my first apartment. As with any apartment, there were many repairs to be done and plenty of design decisions that I was all to happy to make. One of the first things that had to go was the kitchen floor. The linoleum tile was truly no less than horrific. The pattern, which was odd to begin with, had over the years become cracked, faded, stained and just plain disgusting.
to sweep and mop once again after you finish this step.
Obviously, this project requires a general avoidance of the room being painted for a good few days. A good idea is to either wait until right before you go away, or to paint it in small sections at a time. Try taping off small areas to remind your family not to step on your work, or better yet, let them help.Good luck and enjoy your new floors!For more how-to projects, pictures of my artwork and to keep up with what’s new out of my studio, check out my blog at www.Facebook.com/lenmiz or follow me at twitter.com/thatartistgirl.Until next time,Lenore (Mizrachi) Cohentwitter.com/ ThatArtistGirl