Feb 27, 2019 8:28 am
Hi all, first-time renovator and new Homeone member here! We want to make our property attractive to renters. The oldest looking part of our house is the dining room/kitchen area. I am looking for ideas on how can we make it look better but we are tight on budget and time. Any ideas would be very helpful
Re: Looking for recommendations for covering ugly tile floor2
Feb 27, 2019 11:39 am
I've used Senso self adhesive timber vinyl http://sensoflooring.com.au to cover ugly tiles. Not necessarily cheap but easy DIY job, looks great and quite durable. Good luck!
Re: Looking for recommendations for covering ugly tile floor4
Feb 28, 2019 10:42 pm
If you're tight on budget then I would leave the floors as they are.
You might not like the look but they seem to be in fairly good condition, and easy to maintain. The best thing you can do to attract renters is allow pets.
Re: Looking for recommendations for covering ugly tile floor5
Mar 01, 2019 10:49 am
The floor may not be to everyone's taste (including mine) but it not too bad, and tiles are very hardwearing for a rental. i would avoid laminate. The place we are staying has cheap nasty laminate and it scratches just by looking at it and is cupped in quite a few places. White paint always brightens a place up and will go better with the tiles than cream
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