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Top 100 Kitchen Floors Projects

  1. 61. Mama's Getting Granite (03:49)

    Jen saves over $19,000 -- enough to have granite installed in her kitchen.

  2. 62. Tile Flooring (02:04)

    A look at the tile choices available and suitable for kitchen floors.

  3. 63. Arts and Crafts Kitchen - 4 (04:01)

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

  4. 64. Selecting the Right Tile Size (01:28)

    Before selecting tile, learn basic tips for selecting the best tile size.

  5. 65. How to Install a Skim Coat for a Concrete Floor

    Adding a skim coat is important because it will strengthen the floor, and when colored, acts as a primer coat for the second hand-trowe...

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  6. 66. Outdoor Media Room Part 1 (05:20)

    Hollywood couple gets a glamour filled outdoor viewing room.

  7. 67. Wood Flooring in the Kitchen (00:01:00)

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

  8. 68. Mudroom Makeover (20:02)

    This mudroom includes an in-floor utility sink for washing muddy dogs.

  9. 69. Floor Underlayment Essentials (03:38)

    Consider adding underlayment before you put down a new floor.

  10. 70. Wood Flooring in the Kitchen (00:01:00)

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

  11. 71. Best Kitchen Cabinets (03:43)

    Everything you need to know about picking cabinets for your kitchen.

  12. 72. Removing a Broken Tile (02:42)

    Find out how to replace a single broken tile without damaging other tiles.

  13. 73. Outdoor Media Room Part 3 (05:45)

    Hollywood couple gets a glamour filled outdoor viewing room.

  14. 74. Kitchen Upgrade: Installing Floor Tiles

    Installing floor tiles yourself can cut the cost of the process nearly in half.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  15. 75. Toekicks, Molding and Trim (03:47)

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

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