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The excitement of moving into a new house loses a number of its thrill once you realize that your new pad desperately needs renovations. Particularly when the area is yelling for a significant project, such as retiling your flooring or bathroom and kitchen walls. And especially particularly if you just happen to be a renter. That's why you have to know about peel and stick tiles.|}

These tiles will literally change your house without making a dent in your wallet--and also save you a whole lot of time and effort, also. They are basically like decals, and so are super easy to set up yourself. In a meeting with Domino, blogger Sara Toufali revealed the measures for a perfect peel-and-stick DIY job and dropped some serious knowledge--just look at how they revived her toilet:

"Search for brands that will send samples, so that you may see how the decals will appear in real life before spending money on a big batch," the blogger told Domino. "If you're ordering custom dimensions, you most likely won't have the ability to return them, so you want to be sure that the stickers are just right for your area."

She throws in different strategies and tricks for soon-to-be DIY-ers, such as how to prep the area and be certain that you're getting the ideal dimensions. Peel and stick tiles are primarily employed for kitchen backsplashes and bathroom walls--but you can use them in your floor, also.

As for if the blogger would utilize them at a house she owned instead of leased, she told us she had been open to the idea--and that she's open to using them for an enjoyable kitchen backsplash.
"I would definitely utilize tile decals in a house we possessed, particularly if I had been operating on a budget," Toufali told me.

"It is such a cheap, simple alternative to getting a room re-tiled, and also the best part is you do not need to perpetrate --if you're ever sick of them, simply peel them off and try something new!"

As for why she picked that gorgeous teal colour for her bathroom tile? Toufali said she's motivated by colours in the sea.

{"The colours of the sea are my favorites--shades of blue, teal, sea-foam, aqua," she clarified. |} "The teal decals made me smile and seemed unique for bathroom tileso I went with it!"

Of course, there are tons of other peel and stick tile options that aren't blue, so select a color or pattern that arouses joy and get started--it's that easy.|}

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