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Welcome to the February Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop! The purpose of this hop is to motivate us to not just hoard pins, but to make it happen! For this month’s challenge, I decided to tackle a quick fix for my home’s kitchen with Peel and Stick 12-Inch Vinyl Tile. The tile shown below is similar to the tile I used.
We’ve owned our home for about 15 years, and over the years, the bottom of the cabinet under the sink has started to look not it’s best. I decided to finally tackle a Pinterest project I’ve pinned a long time ago — tiling the bottom of the cabinet with inexpensive Peel and Stick 12-Inch Vinyl Tile tile. I picked a neutral travertine style tile.
Peel and Stick 12-Inch Vinyl Tile
How to Tile Under the Sink
This is what the area under my home’s kitchen sink looked like before my project.
Didn’t it look terrible?
This is what the area under the sink looked like after installing four Peel and Stick 12-Inch Vinyl Tiles at less than $1 each.
I cut the tile to size with simple everyday scissorss.
I might finish the space out by tiling around the pipes with the extra tile that I have. (That will require some trickier cuts.) In all, this is a simple and inexpensive project that makes a big difference.
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Teri – The Freshman Cook
Chelsea – Making Manzanita • Lisa – Blogghetti
As I always try to do things myself I’ll keep your idea in mind. Great. Thank you!
By the way, where did you buy tiles?
Thanks for reading the tutorial, John! I got the tiles at my local Home Depot.