A New Floor Plan

Have you been looking for a quick and easy way to remake a linoleum floor?  Well, you’ve come to the right place.  Almost.  Because I can’t tell you exactly how to do that, but Lindsay from Lindsay and Drew can.  Check out her blog to learn how to prime, paint and seal an ugly linoleum floor just like this!  She reports that the paint is holding up perfectly, and with the high gloss sealer it’s also super easy to clean.  I’m sold.

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  1. Ooh … very pretty and very timely. I want to paint the vinyl floor in our basement. I’m on my way to see how!

  2. I love those cheap fixes to big problems! ~ Maureen

  3. Thank you for the feature! It’s been 6 weeks since we finished this project, and it is holding up amazingly! Looks just as good today as it did the day we finished!

  4. That looks awesome, but I do wonder how durable it really will be! But a great idea for a low traffic area!!

  5. Hoping it is very durable because I would love to share it!!!
    Sorry I didn’t mean my previous comment to sound negative!

  6. We had our doubts too! That’s why we came across the high traffic clear coat. It has only been six weeks but it has seen some pretty heavy use, and looks amazing. And a simple sand and reseal if you start to see wear is super cheap and quick!

  7. I too painted our kitchen and bathroom floor in our former home. It held up to two kids and two (sometimes 3!) dogs; kids’ friends coming and going. I LOVED that I could make it a color I wanted rather than live with the 70′s green it was…Blarggggg!

    Mine held up for years! When we were selling, people asked “What kind of floor is it? I love it!” And we just painted it all one color :-)

    Yup! Painted old floors: Do-able and great!

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