While often overlooked as a design aspect, floors have the potential to make or break a room’s look. If the flooring is an outdated eyesore or simply underwhelming, it may seem like your only options are to paint over, hide as much as possible with rugs, painstakingly use a stencil to overlay a new design, or go all in and pull up, regrout, and retile. Luckily, there’s a less expensive and (perhaps most importantly) much easier way to get the floor of your dreams: peel and stick tiles.

We strive to create products that make beautiful home decor accessible to everyone–financially and for both homeowners and renters alike–and our peel and stick FloorPops are no exception! They are the ultimate solution to covering ugly tiles or giving a space a stylish upgrade. We do caution that while they can be removed, as the adhesive is strong to stand up to foot traffic it may damage painted or stained surfaces as well as fragile ones like dry wall. So if wanting to use in a rental, we would only recommend installing over existing stone/ceramic/vinyl/linoleum tile. You can find more FAQs and information here!

Please note that FloorPops are water resistant but not waterproof, so unfortunately they cannot go in a shower or outside. But they’re perfect for bathrooms, kitchens, mudrooms, and laundry rooms, and can even be used as a backsplash! Scroll on to get inspired, and check below each image for how to channel a similar look in your own home.  

1. Quilted Star

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2. Floral Geometric

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3. Crisp Whites & Greys

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4. Timeless Hexagon

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5. Boho Collage

Source: Pinterest

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6. Heading

Source: HomeAway

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7. Farmhouse Ironwork

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8. Moroccan Blues

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9. Abstract Flair

Source: Domino

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1. Red and Black Nordic

All white kitchen with red and black Scandinavian style floor tile
Source: Grant K. Gibson

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2. Classic B&W

Classic black and white tile in laundry room
Source: Lauren Shaver

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3. Painted Wood

Farmhouse kitchen with light painted wood floor
Source: Better Home & Gardens

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4. Boho Flair

Eclectic boho dining room in Spain with intricate and unique floor tile
Source: Apartment Therapy

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5. Mod Minimalist

Retro mod bathroom renovation
Source: Royal Roulotte Interiors

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4. Moroccan Intrigue

All white kitchen with gold hardware and blue and tan Moroccan inspired tile floor
Source: Daniela Benloulou Interiors

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7. Bold Ironwork

Laundry room makeover with black and white gothic floor tiles
Source: Dear Lillie Studio

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7. Diamond Geometric

Contemporary boho-eclectic bathroom with diamond floor tiles
Source: Glitter Guide

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7 Comments

  1. Reply

    suzanne lever

    September 19, 2019

    Most pictures seem to be of bathrooms. Can you use floorpops in larger rooms like a bedroom?

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      admin

      October 7, 2019

      Hi Suzanne,

      Thank you for your question! FloorPops can be used in a variety of rooms, bathrooms are just one of the more popular spaces where they’re applied.

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    Arlene

    March 4, 2020

    I’m wondering if I could use this over a small tiled floor in a bathroom? or would the outline of the tile be noticeable?

    • Reply

      Andrea Greeson

      April 7, 2020

      Hi Arlene, great question! Unfortunately we do not recommend installing over grouted tiles as the base layer would not be secure. If you choose to install over ceramic or grouted tiles, we recommend filling all grout lines with thin-set tile mortar before installing FloorPops over existing tiles to create a flat, smooth surface. Hope this information helps!

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    Diane DeWitty

    April 6, 2020

    I just love these floor pops!

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    Cheap flooring North Shore

    May 2, 2020

    Here we comes to know about the look for less floor tiles. I loved this article. It is one of the best options to read from the best floor tiles in detail. I would go for this site even in future when needed. Great blog indeed, will visit again future to read more!!

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    joshua wienholt

    July 21, 2020

    This is really a great idea for tile flooring, it is truly innovative and the concept is just stunning. Thanks for sharing such great article.

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