The lino in my kitchen that Phil installed many, many years ago was only supposed to be temporary. It was from his parent's kitchen floor that they took up before putting tiles of a similar colour down. The aim was to see if we liked it, and if we wanted to purchase something similar. I did...but for unknown reasons, this lino stayed on my floor for YEARS.
Today we ordered some more lino for the floor. I'm excited!!!
I had to tape the lino for safety reasons. I did not want to fall flat on my face with something hot in my hands tripping up over lino.
I started ripping up the top layer of lino. Oh, that's why we put a top layer down ;D
It's very...um...busy, isn't it!
Yup, this was the old lino. I don't even want to know what is under it!
The new lino looks like stone, and is a light brown and cream tile. We wanted a thick industrial style lino that would put up with lots of wear in a kitchen area. It's amazing what they have been able to do with linoleum these days. So many types to choose from!