This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.
When looking for ideas on how to transform my small laundry room, I couldn’t help but me amused by the range of sizes that can be perceived as “small”. In comparison we’ll call my laundry room “mini”. It’s just wide enough to fit the washer and dryer.
So yeah, it’s a mini.
Minis are cute when they’re trinkets or books or babies but not so cute when it’s a laundry room. Because I just looked at my laundry room as strictly a utilitarian space, it’s one of the only rooms in the house that has gotten absolutely zero love (as demonstrated in exhibit 1 below).
I wanted to update my mini space to make it modern with some trend elements and to feel like I’m getting a welcome home hug when I walk in the door. I’m pretty amazed how easy it was to create such a dramatic transformation in my laundry room by adding a peel and stick tile backsplash using Smart Tiles.
Yep, you heard (read) me right. This is peel and stick tile.
I was equally amazed by how easy it was to install. I never would have thought of an entire wall backsplash being a project I could knock out in a couple of hours but that’s what it took. Hard to believe, yes. You can swing over to The Home Depot Blog to see how easy it truly was and get the (very short!) supply list to knock out some peel and stick tile for yourself. Because Smart Tiles are resistant to heat and humidity, they would be perfect for kitchen and bathroom backsplashes too.
I chose the Smart Tiles in Metro Grigio because hi, have we ever met? I’m all things grey obsessed if you didn’t already know. The peel and stick tile looks like grey subway tile with a light grey grout.
Smart Tiles have all of the dimension, reflection and gloss of real glass tiles. Everyone who I have shown the laundry room to has been incredulous that the backsplash is peel and stick tile. And that’s been a lot of people. Possibly to the point of obnoxious but hey, I never thought I would be excited to show off my laundry room so there’s no shame.
Not only is my mini laundry room beautiful now, it is highly functional and has cleared up some space in the laundry room closet which had eventually become the “junk closet” (the junk drawer got promoted).
I’d love for you to hit up The Home Depot Blog to see the rest of my laundry room update and come back and let me know what you think!
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