How to Have Cool Kitchen Tiles in a Rental
The trendiest patterned tiles even renters can indulge in.
Published Jul 31, 2017 5:00 PM
A customizable kitchen isn’t a luxury most apartment-dwellers or renters can indulge in. While there are a handful of non-committal changes that you can make, custom tile work isn’t necessarily one of them. So we rounded up a few style-focused, peel-and-stick alternatives that’ll keep your security deposit safe. Take a look.
Clad in an oh-so-cool shade of deep sage green, this intricate tile is surely a showstopper. Pair with a matte black surrounding or cabinets boasting a silvered-gray finish.
Impart your kitchen with a worldly accent courtesy of this Moroccan-inspired print. Subdued grays with a hint of blue will bring about a cooling element to any space this print exists in.
Who knew that a Pinterest-worthy kitchen was only a tile sticker away? Baby blues steal the spotlight in this delicately patterned tile, which was made for the light-filled kitchen.
For the modern minimalist with a penchant for a pop of color, this Agadir tile is just the one. It boasts a stunning yet modest print that’ll complement a wide range of decorative aesthetics.
Upgrade your stairs with a personalized touch that will instantly elevate their look and feel. Pair with an imported runner or area rug for good measure.
The best way to introduce a pop of color into a space? A patterned kitchen tile tops our list, especially one as intricately patterned as this. Adhere this tile as a backsplash in a whitewashed kitchen for a killer contrast.
We love these easy peel-and-stick tiles for their ability to function both on the walls as well as on the floors. We’re seeing this one in a contemporary kitchen, paired with a rustic, butcher’s block countertop.
A kitchen runner you won’t have to worry about staining or risking water damage, certainly seems like a good idea. This Mediterranean-inspired print will blend in with a variety of decorating styles.
Delicate blues complete this floral-inspired motif, earmarking the pattern as a versatile edition to the modern kitchen.