Wood Wall Tiles

Wood Grain Tile on a Wall

Using self-adhesive floors is actually a simple and inexpensive way to wood grain tile your walls in places like the kitchen or to use as a backsplash above the counter in the kitchen. Floor is ​​strong and will last well to almost any clean surface. Self-stick tiles come in all types of styles and colors that match just about any decor. This is a quick way to tile your walls if needed.


Spray the area that will be tiled with all-purpose cleaners and use the sponge with hot water to scrub all dirt, soot and dust. Rinse the sponge and repeat until the wall is as clean as possible. Allow to dry thoroughly. Create a template for the area you want to wood look tile, using the magazine and tape. Select on mall locations where power outlets or power switches are located if required. Skip this step if the area is without obstacles. Place the template on the floor and decide how to place your tile. Put the tray right on the template and decide what play will go there.

Remove the coupling plates and the outlet covers from the area to be tiled if necessary. Use the screwdriver to loosen the screws that hold them in place. Set them aside. Cut your self-adhesive plates, if necessary, using the knife and the straight edge. Hold the straight edge in place and drive the knife over the line. Do not cut all the way through tiles, because it is thin and will only snap when bent afterwards. This will make it easier and you do not have to worry about your cutting surface. Place tiles on the wall. Begin with the largest area to be tiled; this way you will use whole pieces in the beginning.

Scale the paper from the back of the self-adhesive wood tile design and push the tray to the wall. Use a level to ensure the tile is straight. Press when you know the tiles are where you want it. Continue with the rest of the plates, press each on the spot properly and make sure each plate is right up to one next to it. It is not necessary to smooth each tile, as long as each plate is set right up to the previous one. Roll area with a tray when all adhesive vinyl tiles are placed on the wall. Press properly when rolling area; this will help self-adhesive stickers stick in the wall. Replace the clutch plates and drain the covers, screw them back into place with the screwdriver.

Tips and warnings

It is always best to have at least some extra self-adhesive vinyl tiles in hand in case a mistake is made when cutting or a tray is placed incorrectly and must be removed. The extra pieces are also good to hold onto something is damaged and a tile has to be replaced.