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Peel & Stick Tile: 36 Affordable Ways To Quickly Change Up Your Space

Installing tile in your home probably brings to mind images of a messy and time-consuming endeavor (that’s also a major expense). But what if we told you it’s possible to change out your flooring or backsplash easily and affordably. Yep, it really can be done – and all you need to do is peel and stick.

There are more peel and stick tile options than ever to give your kitchen, bathroom, or laundry room an easy update (we promise!). Whether you want to cover up an unsightly backsplash, a less than attractive vinyl floor, a fireplace surround, stair risers, or are just looking for a more affordable option for a re-model, peel and stick is a simple solution that will save you time and money. (They’re also ideal for renters since they can be removed once you more out.) So what are you waiting for? It’s time to start transforming!

Keep scrolling to see all our picks for the best peel and stick tile for every application (starting at just $1!)


Want more tile ideas to transform your space? Check out our post: Re-Style Your Tile : The 99 Cent Solution to Elevate Your Space

BEFORE YOU Get Started

Prior to installing your peel and stick tile, there are a few preparations you’ll want to make. Peel and stick tiles come in a variety of different thicknesses, with some being very thin (like a sticker) and intended to be applied right on top of the existing tile, with others are thicker and should be applied to a bare subfloor or wall. Make sure to check the thickness and material prior to purchasing to ensure you have the right version for wherever you are applying. And follow these steps to ensure a smooth installation.


  • Place your tiles in the room where you’re installing them for 48 hours. This will allow the materials to acclimate to room temperature.
  • Thoroughly clean the floor or wall and make sure it’s dry before you begin.
  • Layout your tiles to plan out your floor pattern (and make sure you have enough materials).


CLICK HERE for even more detailed instructions – and all the tools you’ll need to properly install. And check out this peel and stick project for more inspiration!

  1. Love this post!! Thanks for putting together so many fantastic options!!! ?

    1. Glad you enjoyed the story! Stay safe and inspired xx -B

  2. I just love all your design Bobby ???

  3. I love you Bobby! Is the peel and stick tile ok for the bathroom floor? I worry about mold. Also is there residue left behind when you take them off? Thanks for answering my questions!

    1. Yes, you can definitely use it on a bathroom floor! Just make sure you clean the floor thoroughly before starting. There shouldn’t be any residue left behind when they are removed either. Check out this video for even more info. Thanks for reading! xx -B

  4. This is exactly the inspiration I need to transform my stair risers. Thanks Bobby!

    1. You’re so welcome! Glad you found our story helpful xx -B

  5. Hello! Love these and would like to use them to outline my fireplace but can’t find them anywhere! I live in a suburb of Chicago. Thanks for any suggestions!

    1. Hey! These are all available online so you shouldn’t have a problem ordering them to be shipped to your house. Good luck with the project. xx -B

  6. Bobby, this is such a fab idea! Would you recommend this on a bathroom wall? Do some tiles work better for a bathroom than others? Thank you Mr. Berk!

    1. Yes, these can absolutely work for a bathroom wall. If you’re covering a wall that already has tile, I would recommend using a thinner, sticker like tile. If the wall is just painted or unfinished, you could use a thicker stick on tile. Thanks for reading! xx -B

  7. Hi Bobby! Will peel & stick tiles work on popcorn walls? Thanks!

    1. No, you can only apply them to a smooth surface. Otherwise, the wall texture will show through (and won’t look pretty). Thanks for your comment! xx -B

  8. I felt claustrophobic in my kitchen so I took down the uppers and put some open shelves abs painted the lowers white abs put some matte gold hardware…. I like the idea of colorful peel and stick flooring, is there one in particular that you think of fool proof for wear and application? I’m a nurse and a mom and not very handy …thanks for these amazing ideas!

    1. Any peel and stick vinyl will be the best bet for ease and durability in the kitchen. Check out this guide from my Creative Director for how to get started. It’s not hard, I promise! xx- B

  9. Hi Bobby! I love this post. Just a question. Can we stick the tiles on furniture? I’m thinking on giving a different style to my wardrobe’s doors and tiling could be a nice option. Thanks!

    1. I wouldn’t normally recommend it, as it could damage the finish. But if you’re ok with knowing it will be a permanent addition to the piece, then go for it! xx -B

  10. Hi-

    I simply love everything you all do to help folks feel good about themselves! I just watched the Wesley episode which really touched me. I have a medical disability that isn’t visible to others which can, at times, leave me feeling alone and helpless which I try never to reveal. Anyway, I was wondering what you used as his kitchen backsplash? I have an area above my kitchen cabinets and would love to so the same.

    Thanks, Fab 5, firstly for being you and secondly for helping so many!

    1. The backsplash is a tile that is unfortunately no longer available. But you can find a similar option here. Thanks so much for your kind words. xx -B