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.

Our Guide to the Best Peel & Stick Decorative Tile Decals

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.

Cover your walls with real, thin-cut stone in a flexible tile backsplash.

Aspect 6 x 24-inch Weathered Quartz Peel and Stick Stone Backsplash

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.

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.

Coolest thing EVERrrrr! Stick on tiles for your backsplash. Perfect for our #shippingcontainerhouse ! @homedepot #smarttiles @steedleconstruction #equipcontainerservices

Coolest thing EVERrrrr! Stick on tiles for your backsplash. Perfect for our #shippingcontainerhouse ! @homedepot #smarttiles @steedleconstruction #equipcontainerservices

Money-Saving Lessons I've Learned from Renovating Homes | Apartment Therapy

7 Money-Saving Lessons I've Learned from Renovating Homes

Money-Saving Lessons I've Learned from Renovating Homes | Apartment Therapy

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…

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…

<b>It's the sacred place where you hang out in your pajamas and binge-watch TV shows.</b> Doesn't it deserve better?

25 Cheap And Easy DIYs That Will Vastly Improve Your Home

<b>It's the sacred place where you hang out in your pajamas and binge-watch TV shows.</b> Doesn't it deserve better?

Sticking stones on a tub......then add some doors and then waa-la an inexpensive way to make over your tub you hate!!!  For now anyway!!

Sticking stones on a tub......then add some doors and then waa-la an inexpensive way to make over your tub you hate!!! For now anyway!!

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