How To Make Vintage Linoleum Countertops Part 1
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Kitchen with stained cypress cabinets, vinyl composition tile floor, and linoleum-topped counters This is the first post in a series.Today we'll have an introduction and list of the basic tools and materials you'll need to complete a typical linoleum countertop project.
Next week we'll cover the process of prepping, adhering, trimming, and edging.Do you need a counter solution that's durable, handsome and affordable - one you can make yourself? Consider linoleum.I moved into my home when it was a shell.
O.S.B.subfloors, bare drywall, no interior doors, cabinets, or trim.Bare bulbs hanging from the ceiling.'Home beautiful,' indeed.I finished the interior on a shoestring, doing much of the work myself in evenings and on weekends.
For months, my kitchen work surface was an old enamel-topped table.(I ate a lot of Progresso lentil soup that winter.) I gradually put together the casework for cabinets and installed them.The doors and drawers could come later; what I really wanted was a counter and a kitchen sink.
I thought about using wood for counters — I've used it before and loved it — but decided to go with linoleum because it's easy to take care of and would give the kitchen...