First of all, I am REALLY not the manual type of guy. I am renting this place, with this flooring in the entrance and the kitchen, that is in very bad shape. It's old, very used, which males it very dirty very quickly. The owner already told me I could do what I want, that it doesn't matter since when I leave he will redo the condo to sell it...
I have 300 square feet to cover.
I was considering peel and stick tiles at first, but I hear from a lot of people that it will unpeel, and that it is not good, etc.
The cheapest tiles at Home Depot are $0.59 per square foot. They told me to apply some glue under however. Total would be under $200.
Then the owner told me to find vinyl planks. I found some, the brand is Beaulieu, it is $1.69 per square foot on sale, can be laid over the existing linoleum, no glue. Total: around $500
Then I thought about Vinyl sheets. I found some at Lowe's or Home Depot that are decently priced. I could cover everything for like $300. Without cost of glue (if needed, I don't even know). The issue here is that the existing vinyl has some a texture though it's not very deep, but I am scared it would show up through the new one.
Would it, even if I get a vinyl sheet that is 3 millimeters thick?
Any advice or other option?