Help me find 15 inch sq. stick on floor tiles!
YukoandHiro · 16/03/2023 21:09
Can't afford to have our kitchen done out for a few years so need really need to do something to smarten it up in the meantime. The floor seems like an easy win - it's a hideous fake terracotta Lino.
The squares are 15.5 inches squared but they have a large fake "grout" but so 15 inch would probably work too.
But I can't find any anywhere. They all seem to stop at 13inch.
Can anyone help? Ideally looking for Victorian or Moroccan look, but open to considering any designs that would fit!
ReallyReallyRealThings · 16/03/2023 22:13
If it’s just smooth Lino can’t the stick on squares be any size? You would be covering the whole of the fake terracotta squares and wouldn’t be leaving the fake grout bit visible anyway or the floor wouldn’t be smooth. You stick them right next to each other so totally cover what’s underneath.
Fragrantandfoolish · 16/03/2023 22:14
You can stick them on then regrout in between, makes it look real , so you don’t need 15 inches, the whole floor is covered
Fisherstevens · 16/03/2023 22:23
This etsy shop can do custom size tile stickers, just send them a message
YukoandHiro · 19/03/2023 11:25
@ReallyReallyRealThings the 15 inch is the terracotta so it needs to be that size squares to cover it
YukoandHiro · 19/03/2023 11:26
Thanks @Fisherstevens and @MayhemMostly - I will take a look at those. Had specially measured Dunelm blackout curtains recently as was very impressed with the quality for the price so good to know they do them
Greengr · 19/03/2023 11:28
Could you stencil?
JustGotToKeepOnKeepingOn · 19/03/2023 11:31
Why not just get a new Lino of your choice? TIPO floors have fabulous designs.
YukoandHiro · 22/03/2023 09:30
@JustGotToKeepOnKeepingOn it would be way too much effort getting the cupboards up and everything just to replace it all in 2-3 years when we can afford to have the kitchen refitted. The flooring is functionally fine, clean and serviceable. It really just isn't to my taste. At all!
user18 · 22/03/2023 09:32
You don't have to take up cupboards to put down lino. They just cut it to the floor space.
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