Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 179
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Monte Well worth the money
These tiles completely changed the look of my kitchen. They look beautiful. The only issue we had was peeling the backing off of the tiles.
August 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by alfaro64 good purchase
Well is convenient for home improvements specially in walls as back splash over different types of counter top of kitchen cabinets etc,
August 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jackie Wonderful upgrade to my kitchen - and super easy!
It took my just about 4 hours to do my whole kitchen backsplash - by myself! Nobody can tell that it is a vinyl sticker unless I tell them. Make sure you start your first piece in the corner and slice off the tabs. This is how you start! The only thing that was time consuming was cutting out the holes for the outlets. My kitchen had over 8 outlets and it was a pain. I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting to upgrade their kitchen quickly and cheap! Only spent $200 on this whole project
February 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TomG Exceeded expectations
My wife and I are updating our townhouse ahead of putting it up for sale. We refinished our existing cabinets, got new hardware, new countertops, sink, etc. The old Formica backsplash needed to go. We discovered these when researching tin tiles and decided to give SmartTiles a try. The end result is stunning. Unless you touch them, they look exactly like mosaic glass tile. It's held up to over 3 months of being splashed and cleaned without a single incident. I'm a pretty competent DIYer and these were a breeze. View the install video, measure carefully, and don't rush. If you follow that advice, your install will go smoothly. I wouldn't put these in a super high-end home, but for a condo or townhouse - something where a granite or Quartz countertop isn't assumed as standard - these are perfect.
February 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by turquoise1209 Love it
I've been wanting a backsplash for 6 years now but never able to save enough money for one. This was affordable and my 15 year old daughter and I put it up in less than 3 hours. No problems whatsoever. Sorry I waited so long!
March 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by CouldHaveBeenBetter the product was okay
Cutting the ends so that it all fit together like lego pieces was a tedious - I wish they would have cut all the edges the same and not have to cut away at each piece.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RNUNES awesome alternative!
really easy to work with a great alternative to real tile. These tiles are shiny and look like the real thing without the hassle of cutting and grouting, just don't know why they are not 12x12, and a little pricey at 5+ bucks each but worth it
October 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cara Such an inexpensive way to spuce up an outdated kitchen!
I have a painfully outdated kitchen. Recently my old stove stopped working and I bought a new one from Home Depot (LOVE - Samsung) and realized that not having a backsplash was even more annoying now that I enjoy looking at my new pretty stove. On a whim I googled "peel and stick backsplash tile" because I don't have a wet saw, a budget or anyone to help to do it the "real" way. Was happily surprised to find these tiles indeed exist and they were on sale at 50% off - so I jumped and purchased three boxes of 12. What you see in the pictures is almost the entirety of my order, I was good about cutting and using every piece. I know you are supposed to use a level at eye level and start there - however, I used the level to make sure the lip of the counter backsplash was level (which it was) and started from the bottom up. I honestly eyeballed pretty much everything and it turned out great. The tile sheets are way thinner than I imagined (I posted a picture) and also each tile is smaller than I had hoped (I think bigger would look less busy) but I absolutely love the end result and so does anyone who's seen it. Unsure how it will hold up but it's got to be easier to wipe down than cleaning drywall, right? I enclosed some before/after pics. I would highly recommend the white subway tile option - would look less busy (I didn't go with it because I worried it would clash with my white cabinets). But I'm thrilled. Oh, I did the entire project by myself with nothing but a pair of scissors and a level in under 4 hours.
October 2, 2014