I spent a lot of time deciding our new backsplash because of our small budget, and researched several interesting backsplash ideas. In the end we installed peel & stick white subway tile. The info and pictures below will help you decide if a peel and stick backsplash is right for your kitchen. Scroll down for 6 installation tips and answers to 4 popular questions about peel & stick tiles.Read More
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of FrogTape® for IZEA Worldwide. All opinions are 100% mine.
Our two kids share a bathroom upstairs at our house. It is a functional bathroom with its dual sinks, and I previously painted their vanity cabinet a bright blue. But the walls were awful! The contractor grade paint was hard to wipe clean, and the beige HAD to go. The beige on the walls made their countertop look yellow, and I knew bringing in a cool tone would refresh their bathroom and give it a more modern look.Read More
A friend invited me over last week to see her new backsplash she made with self-adhesive wall tiles. I had seen them online, but was skeptical of their quality until I saw them in person. Her kitchen looks amazing and the subway tiles look very similar to ceramic tile in texture & finish!
When I got home I ordered samples of the peel and stick tiles in subway white, subway gray, and hexagon white. They are made of non-toxic PET and are completely wipeable. They aren’t flat, they have a 3D tile texture to them. And when installing they can be cut with scissors or a box cutter—this is a huge plus!Read More
A few months ago we replaced our original laminate countertops with leathered granite, and next we plan to install a backsplash in our kitchen. We want to avoid the high install cost of a traditional backsplash and are exploring all the creative options.
In this article I answer why a backsplash is useful in the kitchen, how to narrow down which backsplash to choose, and give suggestions for easy install backsplashes. In this article I also share 10 inspiring backsplash material ideas: everything from sharpie to peel and stick, copper to faux brick.Read More