If you want a new ceramic tile floor in your kitchen or bathroom, then you may groan at the thought of grouting the joints once all the tiles are secured in place. This is a normal response since grouting is a messy job that can easily turn out poorly. While this is true, there are a few tips that you can use to make sure your grout turns out the way you want it.
- Laminate flooring is a great option for homeowners who want the look of hardwood without the expense. Laminate floors are durable, attractive, and offer one of the best values for homeowners seeking solid flooring. However, even the best flooring can be damaged by heavy objects or suffer other significant damage that is irreparable. Fortunately, it is possible to replace individual planks and make your floor look good as new. Below is how you can easily perform this job yourself:
- If you love artistic, modern home design, you have probably seen colorful wooden floors made from distressed, reclaimed lumber. If you want a floor like this in your own home, you do not have to rip up your current wooden floor. After all, the whole idea behind the reclaimed lumber movement is making do with wood that is already cut, rather than promoting more logging. Follow these steps to turn an older, existing wood floor into one that looks like it has been constructed from various pieces of distressed, reclaimed lumber.