Many of you have already noticed: We have moved! We needed more space and also more peace and quiet in our bedrooms! And we got all this in our new apartment. But also some renovation work, such as the pretty old kitchen row from the 90s, which belongs to the owner. In his time, the large terracotta tiles and the beech fronts were certainly very trendy. In the meantime, however, the ravages of time have gnawed at the fronts and I really couldn’t make friends with the old floor tiles – the 90s can just be so hip. But of course, as a DIY blogger, I am not deterred by this and have started planning our kitchen renovation. Of course, always keeping in mind that we only live here for rent and I have to put everything back to its original condition in case of doubt. For me the biggest aha and wow effect: The new vinyl floor from Gerflor, which I could lay directly on the old floor tiles without sticking! What can be changed easily and easily during a kitchen renovation in a rented apartment?
If the basic structure of the kitchen is still solid, you can help … Read More