Happy Monday, guys! Before Thanksgiving totally takes hold of my psyche, I completed a quick (but impactful!) DIY with more peel and stick tile. We have two bathrooms that luckily did not come in some weird shade of pink from the 50s, however, they look the same. Like…exactly the same. The builders put in the same exact vanity, shade of wall color, toilet, etc. And while I am not complaining (I actually love the vanity they chose), I felt like the bathrooms could use a smidge more personality.
But, in case you missed my last post on my DIY bar backsplash, I have no tiling skills. So, inspired by my last foray into the peel and stick world, I decided to choose two different tiles to differentiate and detail my bathrooms in a subtle way.
For the downstairs bathroom, I chose Tic Tac Tiles’ Hexa Mono White backsplash. I’m trying to still keep the look neutral since we don’t plan on being in this house forever and even though blue floral wallpaper is back in style, I realize it may not be for everyone.
I have a more comprehensive DIY video in my Instagram stories if you’re curious to see the process, but suffice it to say, that this was one of the easiest transformations I’ve ever completed.
The total project cost me $29.99 as I only needed one package of tile for this small section and a pair of utility scissors. You can most likely get away with a well-sharpened pair of regular scissors since the material is very pliable and easy to work with. Under an hour later, I had a new bespoke look to my bathroom.
I’ll be back soon with an update on my upstairs bathroom. In the meantime, I hope you’re all hanging in there, just a bit longer until Thanksgiving and the “official” start of the happiest time of year!
“Create the things you wish existed.” – Unknown