I've been thinking about Marmoleum, the 21st century version of 1950s Linoleum. You may recall seeing earlier this year a few posts about our island cottage. Here's the Before -- and the After -- should you like to visit for the first time or again.
Well, we need to replace the berber carpet we had installed in the two bedrooms. We've had issues with moisture . . . . While our house is pier and beam, it sits rather low to the ground. And with the Hurricane Ike hit two years ago and subsequent heavy rains . . . well, we're having issues. Once we correct all that, I want to replace the carpet. And I know I don't want wood -- for various reasons (even though I love 'em.)
So, back to Marmoleum. I've been reading a little bit about this product. It all sounds pretty good, based on some reviews. And I rather like the look of it, too. I've been trying to mentally picture images of an expansive glossy white area utilizing Marmoleum tile, or perhaps a pattern using a combination of whites (light and dark checks, for example).
So, any thoughts? Any other cool floor options worth considering? Thank you!