What Type of Surfaces Can You
Install Commomy 3D Tiles On
What Type of Surfaces Can You Install Commomy 3D Tiles On? And [3 + 1] Easy and Cost-Effective Kitchen Remodeling
Nothing is perfect in this world, and that includes our incredibly sticky tiles. Some surfaces that are not suitable for installing may prevent the tiles from sticking on the wall or backsplash. This is why it's essential to take note before purchasing our products.
Recommended Surfaces for Commomy 3D Peel and Stick Wall Tiles
Smooth and undamaged surfaces are the best for any sticky situations, as well as our 3D Peel and Stick Wall Tiles. A non-textured wall or backsplash will provide an excellent grip.
Here is a partial list of ideal surfaces:
- painted gypsum (21days after painting)
- wallpaper (if some corners are damaged or peeling, rip them off and install our product)
- wall linoleum
- wall tile (acrylic)
- smooth ceramic tiles
- smooth glass tiles
*remember to always clean and prepare your wall before application.
Surfaces Not Recommended for Commomy 3D Peel and Stick Wall Tiles
Dusty and Porous Surfaces
The crumbly, porous, and dusty surfaces will compromise the integrity of our products. The panels, tiles, or decals will stick to the dust before adhering to the surface, which means our panels or tiles won't wholly bond to the wall and risk falling off.
A partial list of dusty and porous surfaces that are not recommended:
3 + 1 Easy and Cost-effective Kitchen Remodeling: Paint and Peel and Stick Tiles
Decorating trends are the rage recently; with designers hoarding social media, we slowly get absorbed into wanting to renovate our own. But that isn't always the case. The remodeling of the kitchen is always postponed, simply because we have no time and money!
So let us tell you, a slight change in the kitchen can make a huge difference. So here are three cost-effective ideas to help you revamp your kitchen decor and 1 Bonus tip at the end.
Painting is always Great!
A common problem with household kitchens is that they don't usually match the interior of your house. A simple trick to match up is to Paint!
A trendy color will most definitely change the dynamics of where you cook, wash, and relax. Let's drop a few options for you to choose from:
Chalkboard Paint: Which is most suitable
Magnetic Paint: Stick your memos, photos, and lists on your walls using magnets to make it look like an organized mess.
Textured Paint: Helps emphasize the room
Changing the Kitchen Backsplash by Using Peel and Stick Backsplash
The backsplash can be said to contain the most flare in the kitchen. Whatever you do to it changes the entire look of the kitchen. Most refrain from changing it due to the high cost and pure complexity of it removing the tiles. But, with Peel and Stick technology, even a child could help by treating it as a weekend project.
The best part of this deal is that if you ever decide to change a look, peel it out and stick a new style back on. Do that by using a hairdryer, heat the backsplash to reduce the tiles' adhesiveness, and then peel them off.
Don't worry about them falling off though, they are insanely strong and hold their weight against the heat while cooking.
Find your style of Peel and Stick backsplash tiles here.
Repaint and Replace Cabinets and Furniture
This portion might be a little technical for some. Mostly the "replacement" part. Painting your cabinets and furniture is an easy way to upgrade your kitchen decor. For the floor, you can select a uniform look or vary the colors to create space divisions. Don't forget to strip the cabinets and furniture before painting them. This way, the paint will adhere better.
In addition to changing the color of your cabinets and furniture to refresh your kitchen, you can also:
Replace the cabinet and drawer handles.
Replace the furniture legs.
To do this, go to the nearest hardware store, where you will find a wide selection of handles and legs for your cabinets and furniture.
Bonus Tip: Repaint the Fridge
If you have an old, yellowed fridge, liven it up with paint. There are two choices available to paint your appliances:
A bright color to make it unique,
A metallic color gives it a stainless steel look (that is sure to fool your guests).
Choose the style that you think will best fit your decor. Be creative and feel free to try different designs.
To paint, it is better to choose a spray paint specifically designed for appliances.
Through this blog post, we hope that it helps kickstart your journey on beautifying your home with Commomy's 3D Peel and Stick tiles, Stick Tiles, and Wall Decals. Read all about how to Prepare Your Wall for our panels!
We can't wait to see what our buyers come up with!