Aspect Peel and Stick Distressed Metal Tiles

(3 customer reviews)

Aspect Peel & Stick Distressed Metal tiles are the easy, DIY way to add the unique look of aged metal to your walls without the hassle of grout or the expense of a contractor. Distressed metal tiles are made of real metal.

  • Tiles measure 23.6″ x 5.9″
  • Samples are 6″ x 6″
  • Backsplash kit contains:
    • 16 peel and stick tiles (15 square feet)
    • 3 coordinating 24-inch trims

Description

Easily add the unique look of aged metal to walls with Aspect Peel & Stick Distressed Metal tiles. These real metal matted tiles install quickly and easily without the hassle of grout of the expense of a contractor. Simply peel off backing and stick tile to full walls. Or, use as an accent, backsplash or custom design in a variety of environments including kitchens, baths, dining rooms or anywhere unique appeal is desired.

  • Panels feature high-density foam backer with peel and stick adhesive for stability and ease of use
  • Less expensive than alternative applications for a more affordable project
  • Ideal for full walls or accents, backsplash and custom designs in kitchens, baths, dining rooms and anywhere you want to add unique appeal

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3 reviews for Aspect Peel and Stick Distressed Metal Tiles

  1. Melinda S. (verified owner)

    We finished our backsplash last Friday. It looks fantastic, and we receive compliments from everyone who sees it, and not only those who were familiar with the look of our old kitchen, but those who are seeing it for the first time.

    It was easy to install, and flexible enough to work around the imperfections of the walls where we installed it. We are elderly and mildly arthritic, but still completed the installation ourselves in LESS than five hours. Highly recommend!

  2. Clarice Miller (verified owner)

    We purchased the gilded silver distressed metal tiles (23.6 x 5.9”) for our kitchen backsplash. They look fabulous! We used Method 2 installation (adhesive on unsanded walls) and that was simple to do and they adhered perfectly. We used tin snips to cut around the outlets; that worked great. However, to get nice cuts along the long length of the tiles to fit under the cabinets, a table saw with a metal-cutting blade was necessary. Tin snips will cut the tile, but the cut is very uneven and difficult to do. The short length of the tile could be cut decently with snips. To make this job look top-notch, you’ll want to use a table saw for the long lengths. Would recommend if you have a table saw.

  3. Michelle Z.

    We purchased bronze relic and it turned out beautifully. We were not able to use just a box knife/straight edge to cut, we had to use a chop-saw.

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