A shopping guide round-up of 18 of the best peel and stick vinyl tiles in wood-looks, stone-looks, and trendy patterns. Quick, easy, and no-mess.
We have a serious case of deja vu around here. Weren’t we just on the subject of flooring like 2 weeks ago?
This one will be not nearly as painful though, I swear. (And that last flooring debacle had a happy ending, so we’re good.)
With the powder room completely knocked out, Robert and I have been circling back to a room we sort of left neglected earlier this summer… the laundry room.
Thankfully, it’s looking a little better these days with cabinet doors back on after a fresh coat of paint, a little window shade, and some wall art (which you can get the printables for in this post).
But that floor. Grrrrrross.
We’re thinking eventually we might tile this room one day, but we’ve also thought we might rip out the 1960s cabinetry and create some better flow in here. It has a very odd layout that creates some funky traffic jams (leaning over a door to pull clothes out of the dryer squeezed into the corner is always an interesting situation).
None of that is on our must-do list anytime in the immediate future. It’s still a nice space, but… yeah, that floor. I don’t at all feel bad wanting to slap some peel and stick vinyl tiles on it and calling it a day.
Best of all though, we could get a little trendy choosing a pattern since vinyl tiles are so easy to remove if we get tired of it in a few years. (Patterns also hide dirt well which is great for this mudroom sort of spot in our house.)
If you follow my Instagram Stories, you might have already seen a glimpse of our awesome progress laying vinyl tile in here. But we ran out, had to order more tiles, and had to pause the progress for a bit.
I figured it was a great time to share some of my absolute FAVORITE peel and stick vinyl tiles, if you’ve been needing a simple solution to change up your flooring in an afternoon. Spoiler alert: it’s WAY less messy and fumey than painting your floors.
You can just click any of the links below this image to find the tiles.
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Some vinyl tiles are okay to use in wet spaces but some aren’t, so make sure you check the individual product descriptions before you take the plunge for bathrooms.
Do you have a favorite? We picked #10 and so far so good! Really though, anything was an improvement from what we were working with before. Can’t wait to show y’all the fully finished floor next week!