Do your floors look outdated? Are you convinced they are the eyesore of your room? Too many chips and scuff marks to count? Are you cropping the floor out of your reveal photos?

Let FloorPops put an end to unsightly views.

All too often floors are forgotten and neglected when revamping a room, but floors truly have the ability to make or break a room’s overall look. While some may think the only way to camouflage their out-of-style flooring is with rugs, or with the time-consuming task of stenciling, WallPops presents to you the easiest way to transform your space: peel and stick tiles.

FloorPops are the #1 choice by DIYer’s all across Instagram. They are super user friendly and provide a cost-effective way to make a room look polished and complete. With no grout, or special tools needed, getting the stylish flooring update your room craves is easy. WallPops is delightfully overwhelmed to see your DIY designs using FloorPops, that today we explore our top three bathroom flooring transformations!

Understated Elegance

Not only did Andrea brighten her powder room with a fresh coat of paint, and new hardware on her cabinets, but she introduced a black and white color combo. This color palette is a well-favored go-to when redesigning powder rooms and kitchens as the contrast can really enlighten a space. In Andrea’s bathroom, the Comet peel and stick tiles add the finishing touch to this space completing its overall elegant look. To further update the room, she swapped out the long rectangular mirror for a circular one and added an accent wall making this bathroom transform from ordinary to extraordinary!

Completely Renewed

Lora was in dire need of a lighter and brighter vibe in her bathroom, and after a little paint and some WallPops – this space is unrecognizable. Being the resourceful and determined DIYer, she used the Subway backsplash tiles, privacy film, and the Sienna FloorPops in this stunning transformation. Talk about introducing color and a crisp new look, right?! The grey, blue, navy, and white hues in this Suzani pattern floor gives this room a modern boho flair, while the peel and stick Subway tiles complete the tub area with a sleek new look for this bathroom.

Pink Paradise

Utilizing a color palette that is oh so serene, Ashley completely transformed her bathroom to be this welcoming space! Prior to the finished product, she had green walls, an a oak wood trim, and dated tiles. After removing unnecessary fixtures, adding some (gorgeous) pink and white paint, wallpaper, and the Illusion FloorPops – this space is unrecognizable. The neutral wood floor pattern completes this room with its soothing hue. Had Ashley left the old dark tiles, the floor would’ve been an eye sore being surrounded by so many beautiful home decor pieces.

Now what you’ve all been waiting for….

New FloorPops Designs!

If you didn’t catch a glimpse of the new designs on Instagram, then feast your eyes on the latest flooring options now available!

Want the look of wood or marble floors without the high cost? Trying to avoid the mess of grout and eliminate the hassle of staining or sanding? FloorPops welcomes the Wood and Stone line to its collection in a stunning array of natural and earthy hues!

Refresh the look of your floors with a new luxe look at half the cost! The wood inspired FloorPops are a great design solution for your hardwood flooring woes; while the stone tiles feature a palette of neutrals for an authentic look perfect for complementing bathrooms and kitchens.

We want to see how you are going to transform your home with the newest FloorPops – be sure to tag us on Instagram and snap a #PopMyFloor photo to show off your next DIY project!

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