Where in the world are FloorPops? That’s what we want to know! WallPops wants to be with you every step of the way on your DIY projects from the ground up.

Our Instagram account is introducing a new hashtag encouraging FloorPops fans to look down, and show us our stylish tiles from your unique standpoint.

Your Camera is the Witness

These captivating perspective photos encompass our FloorPop designs, while incorporating your individualistic style.

Whether its a quick glance down of your coffee, or a snapshot of your outfit of the day – we want you to share it!

Start using the hashtag #PopMyFloor for your chance to be featured on our account, and show us how floored you are by your FloorPops design!

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