Why consider a Peel and Stick Tile
Tiles are ideal for many surfaces. Because they will tolerate wet conditions they are popular in kitchens and bathrooms. They also prove popular in other situations simply because the right tile design looks good.
Traditional tiles can be pricy and require considerable time and effort. They need to be put in place with messy adhesive and grout, usually by a professional. This is really their only drawback, being a little costly and time-consuming to install. But as they last for decades the results are well worthwhile.
Peel and Stick Tile Sheets
Peel and stick tiles are an inexpensive alternative to traditional tiles. They look like traditional tiles and even have a 3D texture. But they do not require adhesive or grout. Instead, they simply stick in place. As long as the surface is flat and clean, peel and stick tile sheets work extremely well.
Peel and Stick Tile Projects
Kitchen Splashback Tiles– We can use peel and stick tiles to protect the wall behind the stove. The prevents steam and cooling spills from staining the wall. Adhesive tiles are ideal for this, as long as they are not too close to a hot cooking element. A 20cm space between the peel and stick backsplash and the hot cooking elements should be adequate.
Shelves – Instead of a bookcase we can install some individual shelves. We can make this look stylish by adding peel and stick smart tiles behind the shelves. Some interesting and stylish combinations include wooden shelves with stone tiles or plain shelves with timber tiles. Wooden shelves in front of white tiles can also look good.
Half Walls – Put a strip of adhesive smart tiles as the mid-point of the wall, effectively dividing the wall in two. Or cover the bottom half of the wall with tiles.
The Kitchen and Bathroom Sink – We can put a strip of tiles behind a sink, to protect the wall.
Peel and Stick Tile
Adhesive tiles are an inexpensive alternative to traditional tiles. They look great and protect surfaces against moisture.