Peel and stick tile in a RV. Love this!! Would be great for the RV an

Peel and stick tile in a RV. Love this!! Would be great for the RV an



21 Before and after the conversion of classic cars - 21 Before and after the conversion of classic cars - My first camper remodel!My first camper remodel!

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So I heard about these peel and stick tiles from Pinterest- I knew I definitely did not want to invest a lot of money into this plus do all the manual labor of installing tiles, so this worked out perfectly. Keep in mind, they're not cheap though and the cost adds up quickly, but for a small area it's easier to not break the bank. We don't have a lot of cash to spare at all, but hopefully this will help for the future sell of our motorhome. The major things we are paying to upgrade our motorhome is: Peel and stick tiles paint primer peel and stick wood flooring Before: They were pretty easy to install Tools you will need: An exacto knife ruler Ta da! If I gave them a rating, I'd give them a 4 out of 5 stars. They were easy to install, they look pretty legit. The only complaint I have is that 2-3 if the packets were a little off color from the others- they were a little yellow. However I don't have time or energy to send them back and get new ones. I will notice it but I think most people won't notice it unless I pointed it out. I'm a little ocd when it comes to color being off. I am happy we went this route. Here's the link- I went with the Subway tiles

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