Patterned Peel & Stick Flooring

By Kate Riley February 14, 2018

I’m so totally bored with the plain Jane linoleum floor in my laundry room. I’ve covered it up with a rug for years but today I placed an order for a patterned peel & stick vinyl tiles that will amp up the style factor in that space.

In my search, I came across a lot of really cool patterns for floor installations from several Etsy sellers, and many of these are available for use as a backsplash or stair riser.

The encaustic tile trend is still going strong, and these peel and stick versions are a nice alternative that can give you the look without the cost especially if you don’t want to commit to permanent tile installation. Here’s a roundup of several cool patterns that would look great in a bathroom, laundry room, basement, you name it.

 

 

modern geometric

 

 

chalk grey abba

 

 

blue geometric

 

 

blue star

 

 

gray geo

 

 

blue mediterranean

 

 

moroccan geo

 

 

teal medallion

 

 

blue folk flower

 

 

blue geo

 

 

encaustic look

 

 

provence style

 

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15 comments

    • I believe so, but as I wrote to Megan, it’s best to inquire directly from seller, they are great source of information for that specific product.

  1. What a great post! I had no idea there was such a thing. I’ve been dying to put cement tile in a bathroom, but don’t want to rip all the tile out. Please keep us posted on how this goes and how easy/ hard it would be to take it up one day if you are tired of it.

    • Will do Gray! That’s why I like these too, looks like an easy way to make a statement that could be removed in a few years if you ever get tired of it!

  2. Would these work on an outdoor semi-covered cement patio, for one summer? When you pull them up, do they leave a residue? Always looking for ways to create a statement in our small urban backyard – love the teal!

    • Hi Megan! I’m not an expert, I’d write to the Etsy seller with that specific question, they can answer it with far more detailed information than I could! :)

      • I would write to the company that makes these before asking a seller who may or may not know or care. Sorry, had a really bad experience with our local Lowes after they sold me thousands of $ of flooring and then did a ‘sucky’ job of installing. I asked all the right questions but they gave all the wrong answers…6 months later I am still dealing with the consequences with letters to the CEO etc. Go the the source. I should have done this with my Pergo floor, they would have and later did, tell me how it should have been laid. Never trust the seller, they may or may NOT know or care.

  3. Hi! I would love to put these over the ugly linoleum floors in our baths and kitchen. We rent, but think the homeowner wouldn’t mind an upgrade.

    • You could ask your landlord if you could upgrade with professionally installed linoleum (or another option of your choice) in exchange for taking the cost off your rent. Often landlords will agree to this.

  4. Can’t wait to hear about the install and durability. I would love to do this in my laundry room over my tile. Such a great upgrade that isn’t permanent.

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