Model # 3DWTLOGS06

Internet #205188875

Donny Osmond Home 19.6 in. x 19.6 in. Self-Stick Logs Pattern 3D Decorative Wall Tile in White (10-Pack)
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Donny Osmond Home

19.6 in. x 19.6 in. Self-Stick Logs Pattern 3D Decorative Wall Tile in White (10-Pack)

$5000 /package
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Product Overview

Donny Osmond Home 3 Dimensional 19.6 in. x 19.6 in. x 1 in. Logs Self-Stick Wall Tiles, 10 tiles per case. Covers 26.67 sq. ft. These tiles are 100% recyclable, compostable, 100% biodegradable. The tiles come in a soft white color which can be left as is or painted to match any decor. These tiles are applied to the wall by a peel and stick tape, eliminating the need for costly and messy wall adhesives. The product can be trimmed to fit wall dimensions with a razor knife. The addition of these tiles dramatically change a room at little cost and labor and work great as either a full wall accent or as a smaller accent over a bed or sofa.

  • Simple peel and stick, no messy glue
  • 3-dimensional deep embossed- completely transform your room
  • 100% green and biodegradable, made from natural plant fibers (bamboo and bagasse)
  • Paintable or leave as is-off white
  • 5-year warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Tile Size
19x19
Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
19.6
Product Width (in.)
19.6

Details

Adhesive backing
Yes
Color
0b76c260-e8a4-466d-88ab-509c1f71ad00
Color Family
Whites
Decor Product Type
Adhesive Tile Backsplash
Material
Vinyl
Pack Size
10
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Solid

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Can i use the tiles in the bathroom

Asked by: VIcky1
Since they state they are vinyl they should be bathroom safe for regular wall use. But not for use as a tub or shower surround for the obvious common sense reason that there's no waterproof adhesion to walls nor grout so water would leak between and under tiles. Perhaps they might be ok on the exterior of a tub if sealed all around edges and between each tile with silicone caulking. But you would assume all the risk as I'm sure this isn't the intended use.
Answered by: Lkj
Date published: 2017-05-16
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