The textured Subway Tile removable wall and surface covering in a metallic pearl white colorway is easy to apply, reposition, and remove. Simply peel and stick onto recommended surfaces. They are perfect for small projects; add new style to a door, furniture, or accent piece. It is not recommended to apply product to flat paints, textured surfaces, or surfaces in poor condition as product will not stick or damage could occur in removal. Roll size is 20.5 inches wide by 198 inches long covering 27.5 square feet. Made in the U.S.A. Pattern repeat: 20.5 inches x 20 inches.
Budget friendly alternative for my diy bathroom redo. It looks really good, even up close. Measuring is easy, thanks to the lines on the back. All you'll need is a yard stick, an art blade or scissors. It was a little tricky to apply at first. But the spraying of the windex tip, on the wall first, was the game changer. I'm so pleased with the results.
I put this wallpaper up in the kitchen of my daughter’s new apartment. The kitchen is tiny so there wasn’t room for much but it looks really cute and she loves it. I thought it was quite easy to install and it went up quickly. In short, I recommend this product as a quick and relatively inexpensive way to personalize a space you don’t own.
We used this in a travel trailer behind the kitchen and in a wall in the bathroom behind the sink. It looks like real subway tile but without the added weight of tile. It was easy to put on and line up and looks great.
I used this subway tile peel & stick wallpaper as an alternative to tiling or using shiplap for a backsplash until we get new countertops. At first I was skeptical of it because of the satin finish. I almost took it back until I read reviews & saw pics from people’s homes. I was pleasantly surprised. It’s wasn't too hard to put up once I got in a rhythm. The first wall took longer than the second as I was figuring out a measure, cut and stick system. I did have to waste a row or two of tiles between each cut to make sure all the tiles were lined up correctly. There are definitely a few imperfect areas but aren’t super noticeable. All I used for the install was a tape measure, ruler, exact-o knife, scissors, and wallpaper squeegee.