Peel and stick vinyl tile has been around for a long time, but you might be surprised to find that it's suddenly available in a huge variety of colors and patterns, many of which are designed to mimic much more expensive flooring choices, like travertine and cement tile. This is great news for anyone on a budget, because vinyl tile floor are especially budget-friendly — and also easy to install all by yourself.
Aspect 6 x 24-inch Weathered Quartz Peel and Stick Stone Backsplash
Cover your walls with real, thin-cut stone in a flexible tile backsplash.
Applying Peel and Stick Floor Tiles
Just because you’re tight on money doesn’t mean that a bathroom floor makeover is impossible! Check out this tutorial on Applying Peel and Stick Floor Tiles if you are looking for an effortless, cheap option.
Back when I lived in Brooklyn, I managed to live in seven apartments in 12 years, all of which had linoleum tile. In a few apartments, I got permission from my landlord to swap out the tile or rip it out to use the wood floor underneath, but I was always at a loss when it came to finding something inexpensive — but still pretty — that I could put back on top (in the case of covering cement, particle board or sub-flooring). I tried using matte black restaurant-grade rubber tiles for a while…
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