Plank Kitchen Backsplash Using Peel and Stick Flooring
I was looking for an inexpensive way to cover the backsplash area in our kitchen and stumbled upon the coolest product ever! I grabbed some peel and stick faux wood flooring and took it home...the result was so cool that I had to share!
I've been obsessed with plank walls since they started popping up all over the internet! I really wanted to try one for myself, but wasn't sure where I would add one. So, one day when walking through Home Depot, I found these peel and stick faux wood flooring and thought they would work for a small space and weren't permanent, so why not give it a try?
You can simply cut them to the size you need and peel the sticker off the back, then stick them to your wall.
I staggered them and stuck them up, then painted them a light grey.
So, now I have the perfect plank wall backsplash! It was super inexpensive and I finished it within an hour and a half! You don't have to paint them if you don't want, that's just the look I was going for.
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Gale O'Neal on Sep 10, 2019
That is what we did in our new home. We have grey walls and I used gray flooring. Only thing is because it is by the stove, I had to put finishing nails in places that wanted to come loose.
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Gale O'Neal on Jan 30, 2021
I understand. I have had mine up since 2018 and it is starting to look (if you look real close) that I should redo with a new backsplash. The dog/pet area is still ok.
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