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Top 100 Kitchen Floors Projects

  1. 46. Kitchen Chaos (20:01)

    An ugly, outdated and closed-in 1950's galley kitchen is completely redone.

  2. 47. How to Install Laminate Tile Flooring

    Update a kitchen by installing the tap and lock laminate tile flooring with these steps by DIY experts.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  3. 48. Tile Surface Prep (00:02:39)

    Before you can successfully install tile, surface preparation is essential.

  4. 49. Low Cost Flooring (02:26)

    A look at some of the most economical types of flooring on the market.

  5. 50. How to Laminate Cabinets and Install Floor Tile

    One kitchen owner gets the help of DIY experts to learn how to remodel his outdated kitchen.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  6. 51. Arts and Crafts Kitchen - 4 (04:01)

    See hardwood floors become butcher block, and a canoe becomes a wine rack.

  7. 52. Plank Ceiling (01:41)

    Marc reverses a hardwood-floor install process to create a plank ceiling.

  8. 53. How to Install Hardwood Floors (01:00)

    Amy Matthews explains how to install hardwood flooring.

  9. 54. Wood Flooring in the Kitchen (00:01:00)

    Here are some options for adding wood flooring to your kitchen.

  10. 55. Tile Plank Flooring (01:00)

    Marc Bartolomeo updates a floor by installing porcelain plank tiles.

  11. 56. Impossible Layout (20:00)

    Classic blend of old & new finishes will add modern style to this kitchen.

  12. 57. Floors from Kitchen Impossible

    There are numerous options available for kitchen flooring. Take a look at some floored spaces from DIY Network's Kitchen Impossible.

  13. 58. Vinyl Floor Cleanup (01:20)

    Tips and tricks for getting vinyl floors squeaky clean.

  14. 59. Engineered Wood Flooring (03:17)

    Marc Bartolomeo explains how to install an engineered hardwood floor.

  15. 60. Toekicks, Molding and Trim (03:47)

    It's easy to install your own toekicks, baseboard, and shoe molding.

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