Awesome product! Easy to work with / used as kitchen backsplash.
These are seriously awesome! I have been talking about buying these for a while now and we just recently put in new floors in our kitchen so I thought the best time would be now. I always had the intention of using them as the backsplash and it worked out perfectly. A few of my concerns prior to buying were
1) would a pack of 5 be enough?
For me, it was plenty. The panels are much bigger than I expected by about twice the size. You would likely need more than 1 pack if you plan to do an entire accent wall.
2) how well do they cut?
I saw some other reviews that said to use scissors. I recommend this method, as well. An X-acto knife is fine if the intention is to just mark a spot but if you want a precise line, I recommend using a light pen or marker and drawing a line with a level and cutting it with scissors.
3) how forgiving is the material?
It’s foam! Now, when I over-cut something, that couldn’t be fixed but if you’re slightly too long, I found that you can easily tuck and manipulate it around edges.
I really can’t say enough great things about this stuff. It sticks well, cuts easily and looks great.
Our guest bathroom in our house has always been outdated since we bought it, and I HATED it. Unfortunately, we don't have a few grand lying around to remodel our bathroom, so I started looking for cheaper alternatives. I found this stuff on Amazon, and asked my husband if we could make it work for a quick and cheap update. He thought it would work, so he went to chipping away all the ugly lime green tile in the bathroom, and the lime green paint on the walls. We stuck this stuff right onto the drywall, and added a new coat of paint, new mirror, and new medicine cabinet to complete our remodel. It went from drab to fab in a few days for under 200 bucks. I highly recommend this product if you are looking for a low cost way to spruce up your home.
Loved this product! We did a pretty big wall and used 5 packages. Stuck very well, cut easy with a razor blade. We put them up staggered then textured and painted them. Look very real :)
My mom wanted to remove the old wallpaper on her kitchen walls we suggested painting over it or wallpapering on top of it she then said she wanted brick (we used to have the old plastic red and brown stuff that was hollow in the center )Yuck ! She then said that she wanted white brick so the search began .I spent hours looking at options and reading reviews (I'm now on a mission to review more products that I buy since I've realized that if others didn't take the time to write reviews I would have nothing to base my purchases on )The panels are a light weight foam easy to apply just peel off the back a little bit at a time once they are where you are sure you want them press in place . Scissors seem to work the best we tried a utility knife but it seemed to make the edges jagged. As long as you line up the brick (faux mortar joints ) it's just peel stick and press .
I love this product. I've already done an accent wall and covered the ugly marble at the bottom of my fireplace (also used stick and peel tile for the fireplace as you will see in the pics), and both areas turned out even better than I had imagined. This stuff is easy to work with and cut.
I love these bricks, my only concern was painting on them because in the FAQ it said you couldn’t but I spray painted them and it worked amazingly. I even recommend using a textured spraypaint so it feels like bricks too.
Jason F. Hall
These work like a champ to cover up an unsightly wall or just to add some pop to the room.
Installation was relatively easy, I tinted windows in a former life, so I took a spray bottle and sprayed the sections of the wall as I applied the sections. Trust me the water will dry and it will make life a lot easier when attempting to apply the sections.