Rare Savings on Peel & Stick Backsplash Tiles at Home Depot (No Grout or Glue Needed)

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Instantly update your kitchen or bathroom – no grout or glue needed!

Through February 22nd, head to HomeDepot.com where you can save 15% off Peel & Stick Tiles when you use promo code PSBACKSPLASH15 at checkout.

These peel and stick tiles can be installed in minutes over a clean and sleek surface without any mess or specialized tools! Especially designed for kitchen and/or bathroom backsplashes, these tiles are resistant to the heat of stovetops and the humidity of bathrooms.

Here are some deal ideas…

Smart Tiles Bellagio Costa 10 x 10 Self-Adhesive Decorative Mosaic Wall Tile 4-Pack $22.95
Use promo code PSBACKSPLASH15 (15% off)
Final cost $19.51!

Art3d 12 x 12 Grey Peel and Stick Tile Backsplash 10-Pack $32.94
Use promo code PSBACKSPLASH15 (15% off)
Final cost $28!

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Comments 10

  1. Betsy

    I purchased these to use in a rental unit. They are vinyl (not real tiles). They are easy to install but look fake.

  2. Mayalynn

    Anyone use these?

    • Stephanie

      We have them in 3 rooms in our little house. We love them, easy to install and like already said you can hardly tell they’re stickers unless you really try hard to look for it.

      • Stephanie

        I’m not sure where my other post went, but the actual Smart Tiles website is having a flash sale this weekend with select styles only $0.99. That’s the best sale they have and is a massive money saver 😊

  3. Debbie

    I put them in my kitchen. I have them over two years and they look great!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks! That’s great to hear, Debbie!

  4. ashley

    I have this type of tile in my kitchen, and it looks pretty convincing unless you scrutinize very closely. I’m not sure what brand we used, but they are not all created equal. When we were deciding I did notice that some brands looked really cheesy and fake. We chose the more realistic looking variety, and I’m very pleased with it. All total we spent under $300 for the tiles (you need more than you think due to the way they need to be arranged), and I was able to do the project myself in a few hours.

  5. Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

    Thanks for taking the time to leave your feedback!

  6. Elizabeth

    We have had these in our kitchen for 2 years (waiting to plan a kitchen remodel and needed something in the mean time. They are vinyl and if you look close they look fake but at a glance they are great and it was a cheap and easy update.

  7. JenNeedsCoffee

    The ones in the top picture are not the same thing. Those definitely need grout.

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