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

Updated: Jan. 12, 2024

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.

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For a twist on the classic subway tile, choose one with color. Adding a pop of color is a great way to make an all-white kitchen pop. This sea glass blue 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.

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Herringbone Peel And Stick Backsplash
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A herringbone style is one of our favorite kitchen backsplash ideas. The pattern elevates the style for a more sophisticated look. We love the white and gray combo in this light and airy kitchen.

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Wallpaper Peel And Stick Backsplash
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Wallpaper has long been an inexpensive way to refresh a room. Embrace a whimsical print and throw a stick and peel wallpaper up as a kitchen backsplash. Not only are there plenty of styles and colors to choose from, but you don’t have to worry about cleaning the grout in a tiled backsplash!

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Subway Tile Peel And Stick Backsplash
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For a classic kitchen, subway tile is the way to go. 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.

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Contemporary Peel And Sick Backsplash
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Looking for an option with a little more shine? Lean into the 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.

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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. Still deciding on a kitchen theme? Find your dream kitchen style based on your zodiac sign.

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Hexagon Peel And Stick Backsplash
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If your style leans modern, this hexagon-shaped tile backsplash is probably right up your alley. This beautiful shape 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.

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Faux Marble Tile Peel And Stick Backsplash
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Marble (or faux-marble) tile is a little more elegant than 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.

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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. Bring the look home with this easy DIY backsplash tile.

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