Vinyl tape floor, what a great idea to dress up an old floor. I think this will work so well for a kids play room by darla

Vinyl tape floor, what a great idea to dress up an old floor. I think this will work so well for a kids play room by darla

Coffee Table + Dog Crate / Bed - Could be an idea for their new bed in our new home

Coffee Table + Dog Crate / Bed - Could be an idea for their new bed in our new home

Painted and stenciled floor. I think I may do this with the upstairs bathroom since it's old linoleum.

Painted and stenciled floor. I think I may do this with the upstairs bathroom since it's old linoleum.

Glasses out of bottles!- and all you need is string, nail polish remover, a lighter and the bottles! This is actually pretty cool!

Glasses out of bottles!- and all you need is string, nail polish remover, a lighter and the bottles! This is actually pretty cool!

Tired of an old concrete floor in her powder room, CompulsiveInTexas blogger Susan Catney decided to bag it — literally. She took pieces of brown paper bags and contractor’s paper, crumpled them up, soaked them in white glue, and pressed them tight to the floor. When dry, she stained them, then finished with multiple coats of polyurethane. The faux-leather look always get compliments.

Tired of an old concrete floor in her powder room, CompulsiveInTexas blogger Susan Catney decided to bag it — literally. She took pieces of brown paper bags and contractor’s paper, crumpled them up, soaked them in white glue, and pressed them tight to the floor. When dry, she stained them, then finished with multiple coats of polyurethane. The faux-leather look always get compliments.

Tired of an old concrete floor in her powder room, CompulsiveInTexas blogger Susan Catney decided to bag it — literally. She took pieces of brown paper bags and contractor’s paper, crumpled them up, soaked them in white glue, and pressed them tight to the floor. When dry, she stained them, then finished with multiple coats of polyurethane. The faux-leather look always get compliments.

Tired of an old concrete floor in her powder room, CompulsiveInTexas blogger Susan Catney decided to bag it — literally. She took pieces of brown paper bags and contractor’s paper, crumpled them up, soaked them in white glue, and pressed them tight to the floor. When dry, she stained them, then finished with multiple coats of polyurethane. The faux-leather look always get compliments.

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