New Linoluem Kitchen Floor

June 30, 2008 at 5:56 am 2 comments

Wow, finally I am starting to make some progress toward having a real house. After just about a year and a half, I am within a few weeks of having a functional kitchen.

Below is the picture of my new installed floor. I contracted this project out and it was a smart move. Raphael and his crew with New Vision Flooring, knocked out the project in one day. They installed a new sub-floor and the linoleum in about 9 hours — pretty quick and the install looks really good.

We used Forbo linoleum tiles. I used light-green and gray as the field colors and finished it with a black border.
Forbo Flooring

The total cost of the project was $2700; $1700 for materials and another $1,000 for labor


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Kevin  |  October 2, 2009 at 5:53 am

    How much did just the flooring and labor cost without the subfloor work. They have linoleum tiles at the local hardware store for .68 but they do not have the color selection. The floor looks great. I went to the manufacturers site and could not find a gallery picture that looked as good as yours.

  • 2. Carrie  |  December 15, 2010 at 6:03 pm

    Hi! I came across your kitchen remodel project in the process of searching for examples of marmoleum floor. Can you recall, by chance, the colors you used? I adore it and would like to do something similar.


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