How do I do a kitchen backsplash?
Dilemma: Don't want to go the trouble of cutting tiles; thought about Peel and Stick tiles, doing a DollarTree marble job like my bathroom which looks just fab, painting the backsplash to look like rocks using quarter inch painter's tape, stenciling and finally vinyl wallpaper which can be repositioned and removed if you don't like it.
I would like to know if anybody has tried the vinyl wallpaper and what tips you might have to avoid potential pitfalls?
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