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Here is some info for you
Hi Laura, how textured are your walls? You maybe have to smoothen them out first, if you read over here, it will give you information
You could use peel and stick tile with some extra adhesive for the textured walls.
You can do tradtional tile and if you use plain white tile it won't be expensive. You can install right over texture
If the peal and stick won't work you could consider something a bit "stiffer" I used the plastic faux tin ceiling tiles for my backsplash. I glued them up with liquid nails and it really worked great! Here's a post where you can see the backsplash: https://www.hometalk.com/diy/build/shelves/replacing-my-barnwood-shelf-with-two-open-shelves-above-my-kitchen-sin-43407629 I purchased it on Amazon.
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This blogger says you can put a thin layer of drywall mud on a textured surface so the peel and stick tiles will stick: https://h2obungalow.com/how-to-install-peel-and-stick-tile-backsplash/
You can sand the texture down or scrape it off. Then you will have a smooth surface for the peel & stick.
Hi, They will if you mount them on top of board and stick the board to the wall. Good luck.
I did mine in bead board. Under $20 for a 4' x 8' sheet. Cut to size and add trim. We put up with loctite adhesive that comes in a caulking tube. It will easily cover the textured wall.
You could skim coat the texture then you should be able to do what you’d like over it.
Maybe try sanding some of the texture off and then trying peel and stick