5 Times Peel and Stick Tiles Totally Floored Us

5 Times Peel and Stick Tiles Totally Floored Us

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Dabney Frake
Oct 19, 2016
(Image credit: Traci Zeller)

Peel and stick tiles sound like a cheap compromise, but they are a really great option for quick and easy changes that even a novice DIYer can totally pull off in a weekend. These days you can buy fun and graphic designs, classic checkerboard patterns, and even the look of real wood planks. These five examples show just how great they turn out.

(Image credit: Traci Zeller)

Traci Zeller designed the foyer for the Traditional Home Showhouse and used Mirth Studio's gingham tiles on the floor. They pack a total pattern punch.

(Image credit: East Coast Creative)

Monica of East Coast Creative challenged herself to do something unique in her DIY bathroom, using builder grade materials, and this unique hexagonal floor was the result.

(Image credit: Style By Emily Henderson)

Brady Tolbert shared his own rental kitchen makeover with boss Emily Henderson and the "after" is remarkable —especially given that the change only cost about $50.

(Image credit: Lila Wolff)

This herringbone pattern floor was created by Lila Wolff with vinyl self-adhesive planks, laid in alternating colors. She has great instructions and tips on how to get the best possible result.

(Image credit: Julie Blanner)

Julie Blanner refinished her basement using wood-like vinyl planks and visitors are often mistaken in thinking they are real hardwood.

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