Linoleum tiles are an excellent DIY project that can save money while making your home's floors like new. Create a midcentury modern aesthetic with no problem. Just lay down some tiles in a zigzag pattern of alternating colors, and you'll think you've gone to the days of Leave It to Beaver but with your own modern stamp.by Studio Z Architecture
An excellent flooring choice for a wet area, such as a bathroom, linoleum flooring can add bold color to really liven up the space. Easily cleaned and maintained, the flooring can withstand countless children's baths and showers.by Whitten Architects
Try a classic black and white checkerboard pattern if your home or your style is vintage. A pattern like this will look fresh and new for a long time.by Goforth Gill Architects
The range of colors that linoleum tiles come in is amazing. You can select a palette that holds a special place in your heart.by W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
OK, so maybe you don't want a checkerboard pattern or a solid field of tiles. How about some thin strips of color separating fields of linoleum tiles? You might want to call in a pro to do a more complicated pattern like this.by Gaspar's Construction
Linoleum also comes in large sheets that can be laid down as a solid color — or you can have a bit of fun with it. A pattern that's bold and bright and unique to your home is something that you'll only be able to achieve with a material like linoleum. Just don't try to do the installation yourself. Getting the cuts and seams just right will be worth the cost of bringing in some pros.by Debra Toney, AIA Assoc.
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Linoleum isn't relegated to kitchen and bathrooms only. It is a wonderful material for a child's bedroom, especially when you want to create a floor that's bright and light and playful. It's also just a matter of taking that standard checkerboard pattern and moving the colors around a bit.by Paul Anater