With The StonesVeneers’s backsplash, you can spruce up your kitchen for the fall season. These peel and stick panels are fast, simple, and fashionable.
WHAT IS PEEL & STICK VENEER?
DIY- PEEL & STICK from Stones Veneer’s come with an adhesive on the backside with protective backing where one just has to peel off the backing paper and apply. It’s a simple as that!- no additional labor or tool required. Available in more than 10 colors, these Peel & Stick stone sheets are made from 100% natural stone.
USING PEEL AND STICK- DIY PANELS
The DIY trend of peel-and-stick backsplash is one we can’t get enough of right now (ha – pun intended). This clever shortcut will help you save a lot of time, money, and energy while renovating your kitchen, bathroom, or laundry room. Plus, there are a plethora of choices now, and they’re all reversible, making them perfect for renters and commitment-phobes. Here are few tips on how to get the most out of peel-and-stick wallpaper.
Before you begin, there are a few things you should know:
- Measure your walls: This may seem obvious, but it’s a pain to find that you’ve mixed up your length and width while ordering wallpaper and waiting weeks for it to arrive.
- Order a sample if possible: Even if you have a good eye for design, peel-and-stick wallpaper will not appear exactly as it does on the website when it arrives at your door. Many vendors will let you buy a few swatches for less than ten dollars. You may also reuse leftover swatches on a future design project.
- Make sure you have other necessary supplies: Just because the paper is peel-and-stick doesn’t mean you won’t need other supplies, such as a level, an Exacto knife to remove the excess paper, and a squeegee to smooth out any air bubbles. To be certain of what you’ll need, you should…
- Read the directions: While it can seem self-explanatory, hanging wallpaper may seem so natural that you decide to go against the grain. That is not something you can do. Read the instructions carefully. To begin, the instructions will inform you of any necessary wall preparation before hanging wallpaper (make sure the wall is smooth, dry, and dust-free). In addition, if you’re hanging several sheets, the instructions will tell you how much overlap each one has. You’ll be able to line up trends more easily as a result of this. This is extremely useful material.
- Change your mind if you want: The key advantage of removable wallpaper is that it can be taken down. If you get tired of the pattern, you can change your wallpaper (as much as your decor budget will allow, anyway). This simple removal is especially useful if you’re renting a place and need to have blank walls until your lease is up.
Let’s get to the best part now that we’ve covered those tips.
HERE ARE FUN PEEL-AND-STICK WALLPAPER OPTIONS:
- Simple and Timeless Peel and Stick Veneer
Smart Stone Veneer’s peel and stick backsplash are easy to install but stylish for a long time. They’ll go for almost every cabinet color because of the white, blue, and beige tones. They’re also a more cost-effective alternative. They’re a functional and attractive addition to any kitchen all around.
2. Natural and Earthy Veneer
Indian Autumn from Stones Veneer has a beautiful blend of tan colors making it one of the top-selling products across all the ranges. It is easy to clean, can go anywhere- from your kitchen to staircase sidewalls. This stone veneer will make your surroundings as beautiful as a fine autumn evening.
3. Trendy Marble-Veneer
One of the most common design trends right now is white marble. It’s the ideal minimalist accent piece. The Artic-Storm veneer features a consistent shape with a subtle marble effect, as well as adds a visual appeal and dimension to your personal space. It’s a good match for dark cabinets.
4. 3-D Look Peel and Stick Backsplash
The Enchanted 3-D Mosaic Veneer from Stones Veneer is a one-of-a-kind design. The 3-D effect generates a cool contemporary look. This Stone Veneer backsplash is new, but it pairs well with rustic décor elements like reclaimed wood and hand-crafted pottery.
5. Checkerboard Backsplash Veneer
Take a cue from old-school diners and install checkerboard Veneer in your kitchen. The Backsplash Veneer from Stones Veneer is a unique take on the standard black and white checkerboard, featuring contrasting light and dark color squares. The layout appears to be clean and dramatic.