Why stick on tiles? It’s simple, if you have ever tried to remove linoleum flooring, you will know that peel-and-stick tiles are the most practical solution to transforming your kitchen or bathroom quickly, economically, and easily in 2016. Instead of laying down flooring, why not try tiling with peel-and-stick tile stickers? Nowadays, most people love contemporary kitchens where glossy white cabinets are mixed with colorful appliances and accents.
1) Clean your wall
Wall tiling is a great way to add some personality to your home. It can also be expensive, so if you want a quick and easy update that won’t break the bank, then peel-and-stick tiles are your best bet.
They come in many different sizes (ours range from 3 x 3 up to 12 x 12) and designs, making it really easy to create an eye-catching backsplash or new kitchen countertops. To get started with these DIY wall tiles, clean your walls with a mixture of warm water and soap (or white vinegar), and let them dry completely before sticking on the vinyl tile stickers. The self-adhesive backing makes it super simple! And they’re removable, too — just pull up one sticker at a time and reuse them as needed!
2) Determine your layout
One of the best things about peel-and-stick tiles is that they are so easy to install. You can use these tiles for your backsplash, kitchen flooring, or to cover small wall spaces. Here are some of our favorite peel-and-stick tile ideas:
* Use as a backsplash over existing tile in your kitchen.
3) Cut-around outlets
Peel and stick vinyl tiles are the easiest, fastest, and most affordable way to tile a surface or create a quick mosaic backsplash. They are self-adhesive with PU glue on top and backed with strong adhesive. Tile is peelable with no need for nails or adhesives. Tile can be cut around outlets, cabinets, doorways, or anywhere an edge would need to be trimmed.
4) Arrange tiles (one side down, one side up)
- Peel off the backing paper.
- Stick the tiles to the wall or surface, starting at one end and working your way across.
- When you get to the end, peel back a small section of your last tile from the bottom to reveal some adhesive. Press this section of tile firmly onto the surface and hold for about 30 seconds for best results.
5) Press into place
Peel and stick tiles are self-adhesive, with PU glue on top, and backed with strong adhesive. They are the easiest, fastest, and most affordable way to tile a surface or create a quick mosaic backsplash. For example, the peel-and-stick backsplash is an easy alternative to hiring a contractor to install expensive tile all over your kitchen walls.
6) Go into design mode
The kitchen is the heart of the home, so it’s important to make it look as beautiful as possible. Peel and stick vinyl tiles are self-adhesive, with PU glue on top, and backed with strong adhesive. They are the easiest, fastest, and most affordable way to tile a surface or create a quick mosaic backsplash. DIY kitchens are easier than ever with these peel-and-stick wall tiles!
7) Trim edges & fill in spaces
If you’re looking for an easy way to give your kitchen a new look, peel-and-stick tiles are the perfect option. With a little bit of time and patience, you’ll be able to update your space with a unique design that will also save you money. These tiles are self-adhesive, with PU glue on top, and backed with strong adhesive, so installation is quick and easy. You can install them in any configuration that suits your style or needs; the only limit is your imagination!
8) Stand back & admire
If you’re looking to upgrade your kitchen, but don’t have the time or patience to install real tiles, peel-and-stick tiles are a great option. They’re easy to apply (just peel them off of their backing), affordable (you can get 100 for about $25), durable, and come in a wide variety of colors. Plus, they won’t leave any residue behind if you decide to take them down later!