Spruce up a kitchen or bathroom on the cheap with peel and stick tiles! See how to do-it-yourself and save cash.
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Female Speaker: Hey Clean House fans, here is your 30-second tip from GoTo Guy, Matt Iseman.
Female Speaker: Okay Matt, how can I spruce up my kitchen on a budget?
Matt Iseman: Well a great and inexpensive way to redo a kitchen or a bathroom to give the new look, redo the floors with peel and stick tiles. When you get rid of the old floor, make sure the surface is clean before you put the tiles down. Any debris underneath will cause some bubbling. Second, get a good alignment by doing an L, one layer across, one layer down, starting in the corner; everything else falls into place.
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Female Speaker: Hey! Clean House fans, here is your 30-second tip from Mark Brunetz.
Female Speaker: Okay Mark, let's say, I have a room with stuff from all over the world. How do I know when it's too much?
Mark Brunetz: Well, great design certainly requires a level of restraint. However, as a general rule, I like to limit a space to no more than three global influences. But one has to be predominant. Say, you are starting with English and traditional, then you layer in the others like Italian.