Peel and Stick Self Adhesive Floor Pops Tiles

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If you haven't discovered floor pops, otherwise known as self adhesive floor tiles, you’re missing out!

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Upgrade floors on a budget with these peel and stick floor tiles that Amazon reviewers swear by!

Our kitchen floor was decades old. The yellow tones are an eye sore and this was definitely our most embarrassing room.

The kitchen was getting a new paint job, which we were hoping would cancel out that yellow against the blue, however, once we painted the cupboards, the floor looked even worse because it was highlighted.

I searched online and found an awesome all self adhesive site (Create your world Limited) (uk)

They have these amazing moroccan pattern floor tiles.

They came in bulk packs, I ordered a 55 pack which would cover our kitchen perfectly.

I laid them out in different ways to decide on a pattern I was happy with. This is a step you shouldn't miss out and will save you loads of time should you decide later you’re not happy with the laid pattern.

When your ready to lay your tiles you simply peel the backing paper off and stick them down!

I started the first tiles up against the cabinets so I wouldn't need to do much cutting.

The tiles are very simple to cut: You simply draw where you need to cut them on the back paper, then, using a Stanley knife, score the tile and bend it and it will snap off.

What we thought would be the finished look, see next picture.

Once the floor was laid, we thought the white painted cupboards didn't compliment the floors as well, so we went on to paint the cupboards a light grey.

The rooms was completely lifted, bright, airy and inviting.

Our makeover was featured on the website as well as their social sites.

What a huge difference the floor has made..

The pattern choices are endless. You have to go check them out!

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  • Myra Adams Myra Adams on Jun 02, 2022

    Can you do the bathroom in the same manner

  • Lee Lee on Jun 07, 2022

    How did you prep your floor?

    Did you apply polymer to help with durability ?

  • Smita Santosh Smita Santosh on Oct 15, 2022

    Hi, I love the look. I have grout tiles in my bathroom and I find it hard to keep it clean because of the dust that settles in the grooves. I am wondering if I could do it for my bathroom. Also what happens to the grooves in between the tiles? Any ideas and suggestions?

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