Save on Pinterest

8 Beautiful Kitchen Backsplash Ideas You Can DIY With Peel-and-Stick Tiles

Kitchen renovations don't have to be expensive! One of our favorite budget-friendly solutions is the peel-and-stick tile backsplash. Learn the easy DIY upgrades that'll transform your kitchen in no time.

1 / 17
Trendy blue tile backsplashandrewjhow / Instagram


For a twist on the classic subway tile, choose one with color. This aqua subway tile provides a beautiful splash of color to an otherwise all-white kitchen. Kudos to interior designer Andrew Howard for this chic design. The glossy finish reflects natural light, brightening the space as well as adding a luxurious element. Don’t be afraid of color in the kitchen!

Psst! Learn how to tile a DIY backsplash the old-fashioned way from our friends at The Family Handyman.

2 / 17
Trendy blue tile backsplashTic Tack Tile / Amazon

Tic Tac Tiles Peek and Stick Wall Tile in Subway Design (5 Sheets)

Want the look? Simply peel and stick this product.

Get it on Amazon for $30

3 / 17
© Chris Veith


A herringbone-pattern backsplash is a beautiful twist on classic white tile—and we can’t get enough of this gorgeous set-up from Stonington Cabinetry & Designs. The pattern elevates the style for a more sophisticated look. We love the all-white version in this light and airy kitchen. And taking the backsplash all the way to the ceiling brings the final look up a notch.

4 / 17
herringbone tileVamos Tile / Amazon

Vamos Tile Premium Peel and Stick Tile Backsplash (6 Sheets)

Copy the style with this self-stick tile.

Available on Amazon for $26

5 / 17
White tile backsplash in modern kitchenfrenchcountryinthecity / Instagram


For a classic kitchen, subway tile is the way to go. Gaby of French Country in the City knows this best. The timeless option has been trending for quite some time, and we don’t see it leaving anytime soon. From traditional to modern, it works well with any style. Pair it with a simple white countertop to transform your kitchen into a perfect blank canvas ready for colorful accessories. Get your hands on all of the do’s and don’t of choosing a subway tile backsplash.

6 / 17
White Tile BacksplashTic Tac Tiles / Amazon

Tic Tac Tiles Premium Peel and Stick Wall Tile in Subway White (10 Tiles)

Get subway tile in your kitchen the easy way with this self-stick tile.

Purchase it on Amazon for $25

7 / 17
Sleek gray backsplashj_decorative / Instagram


Looking for an option with a little more shine? Home decor guru Jessica (j_decorative) leans into this glass mosaic backsplash. It has a contemporary style that can add a bit of sparkle to your kitchen. This mosaic combination is made up of gray, black, and white tiles—a color scheme that is neutral and versatile without being boring.

8 / 17
Gray removable tile backsplashTic Tac Tile / Amazon

Tic Tac Tiles Peel and Stick Wall Tiles in Como Gray (10 Tiles)

Get the look with these self-stick tiles.

Available on Amazon for $35

9 / 17
damask white tile backsplashsarahcdesign / instagram


For an alternative to rectangular tiles, arabesque tile might be just what you’re looking for. This elegant idea from Sarah Catherine Design brings whimsy to the kitchen without being too risky. The all white option keeps it classic and clean, while still adding interest. This option works well with more traditional-style kitchens.

10 / 17
Damask white tile backsplash Tic Tac Tile / Amazon

Tic Tac Tiles Peel and Stick Wall Tile in Damask White (5 Tiles)

Get the copycat look on a budget with this peel-and-stick product.

Available on Amazon for $25

11 / 17
savvyluv / Instagram


If you’re style leans modern, this hexagon-shaped tile backsplash is probably right up your alley. This beautiful shape (as showcased by Savannah Burke) adds a graphic element to the kitchen, while the white finish keeps the look feeling approachable. The honeycomb shape is popping up in all areas of home decor these days. With this backsplash, your guests are sure to be impressed by your on-trend style.

13 / 17
refinishedgirl / Instagram


Refinished blogger Veronica Bar shows how a marble (or faux-marble) finish adds a little more elegance to the classic subway tile backsplash. The veins of gray and white add dimension, where a plain white tile can be a little one-note. This is a great choice if you love the look of subway tile, but don’t want your space to look like every other kitchen on the block.

14 / 17
Vamos Tile / Amazon

Vamos Tile Premium Peel and Stick Tile Backsplash (6 Sheets)

Get the marble look on a budget with this peel-and-stick backsplash.

Find it on Amazon for $26

15 / 17
lalain_harris / Instagram


Another white backsplash option is glass mosaic tile. Blogger Lalaine Harris shows how it can bring a little extra gleam and sparkle to your kitchen. We love the all-white version because of its versatile possibilities. It pairs well with most styles of countertops and blends with any decor style.

16 / 17
Tic Tac Tiles / Amazon

Tic Tac Tiles Mosaic Peel and Stick Wall Tile in Como White (10 Sheets)

Bring the look home with this easy DIY backsplash tile.

Purchase it on Amazon for $32

17 / 17

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Taste of Home editors, who aim to highlight products and services you might find interesting. If you buy them, we get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. We frequently receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product is featured or recommended. We welcome your feedback. Have something you think we should know about? Contact us, here.

Erica Young
Erica is a freelance lifestyle writer with a bachelor's degree in Journalism. Her favorite recipes are quick, easy and something her kids will actually eat. When she's not writing you'll find her organizing a closet, roaming the aisles at Target or nursing her third Diet Coke of the day.

Newsletter Unit

CMU Unit

Subscribe & SAVE Save Up To 80%!