Parklands Road, Chichester

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sehrish din added this to Living Room8 May 2022

Linoleum Genuine lino, as opposed to plastic imitations, is a natural product that’s made from ingredients including linseed oil, wood sawdust, ground limestone, pigments and cork. It can be used anywhere from kitchens to bathrooms or living spaces, and it’s extremely durable and resistant to wear and tear. The smooth surface also makes it easy to clean and mop up any spills. “Marmoleum [a trade name for linoleum] is a sustainable flooring product made primarily from renewable raw natural resources,” Nimi says. “The top layer is linoleum, a bio-based, ecologically produced material made from 97% natural raw materials. Marmoleum is CO2-neutral, without offset, and PVC-free, with low embodied energy – and it’s allergy approved.” Not only is it another option that’s soft and cosy to walk on, it’s also cost-effective, Nimi adds. And it’s versatile design-wise, with a wide range of patterns and colours to choose from. However, there are a few practical things to consider. “Because of its flat nature, lino can show up dirt and dust if not properly maintained,” Nimi says. “It needs to be bonded to a good substrate and, for best results, you may need to use an approved supplier or installer.” This type of flooring is also not always ideal above underfloor heating because of its insulating properties, so check with your supplier. Expect to pay between £20 and £50 per square metre.

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sehrish din added this to Kitchen27 April 2022

Linoleum Genuine lino, as opposed to plastic imitations, is a natural product that’s made from ingredients including linseed oil, wood sawdust, ground limestone, pigments and cork. It can be used anywhere from kitchens to bathrooms or living spaces, and it’s extremely durable and resistant to wear and tear. The smooth surface also makes it easy to clean and mop up any spills. “Marmoleum [a trade name for linoleum] is a sustainable flooring product made primarily from renewable raw natural resources,” Nimi says. “The top layer is linoleum, a bio-based, ecologically produced material made from 97% natural raw materials. Marmoleum is CO2-neutral, without offset, and PVC-free, with low embodied energy – and it’s allergy approved.” Not only is it another option that’s soft and cosy to walk on, it’s also cost-effective, Nimi adds. And it’s versatile design-wise, with a wide range of patterns and colours to choose from. However, there are a few practical things to consider. “Because of its flat nature, lino can show up dirt and dust if not properly maintained,” Nimi says. “It needs to be bonded to a good substrate and, for best results, you may need to use an approved supplier or installer.” This type of flooring is also not always ideal above underfloor heating because of its insulating properties, so check with your supplier. Expect to pay between £20 and £50 per square metre. Make the challenge of finding the right people for your project easier by searching the Houzz Professionals Directory.

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HU-136706998 added this to flooring15 March 2021

linoleum, geometrical pattern entry and kitchen?

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