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Backsplash

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A kitchen backsplash can add color, texture, and personality to the room, but tile and stone aren’t always easy to install. These options are quick and affordable, and can be used in apartments, to postpone a major remodel, or permanently.

No-Grout Tile

These classic subway tiles are made of matted glass and give your kitchen a clean, streamlined look. Guests will never guess there was no-grout required for these peel-and-stick tiles.

Tile Decals

Cover dated tile, try out a new look without the commitment, or spruce up a rental kitchen with these removable peel-and-stick individual tile decals, which come in a variety of patterns and colors.

Honeycomb Backsplash

Honeycomb-shaped tile is back in a big way. This peel-and-stick backsplash takes a cue from classic vintage shapes, but the matted metal finish adds a modern edge.

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Faux Brick

You may not live in a loft, but who says your kitchen can’t look like one? These 3D self-adhesive faux brick wall panels add texture and visual interest to your kitchen without a lengthy installation.

Removable Wallpaper

Removable wallpaper is a commitment-free way to try out bold patterns and colors in your kitchen. Embrace the palm leaf trend with a tropical print, or add a soft floral print for a classic country kitchen feel. The options are endless.

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