Chasing Paper Just Launched the Dreamiest Peel-and-Stick Floor Tiles (Great for Renters!)

published Mar 10, 2021
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Credit: Lisa Freedman

We’ve all been sitting at home for a year and there’s only so many ways that you can rearrange your living room to make it feel refreshed. There’s even fewer in your kitchen — trust me, my spices have gone from alphabetized to stacked by frequency of use, and back again. So I was excited when I heard that peel-and-stick wallpaper company Chasing Paper, known for its attractive and modern-feeling designs, has come up with a quick and easy solution to bring a little more color into your kitchen — specifically, onto the floor.

Chasing Paper just released a series of colorful peel-and-stick floor tiles made for use in the messy, high-traffic parts of the home, including where you cook. Made of self-adhesive vinyl, the water-resistant tiles have a UV protective print according to the company, and a laminated top coating to make them durable and prevent scratching. 

There are eight designs in the collection:

Credit: Lisa Freedman

Because they’re made to easily come back off when you’re done, the tiles make an exciting option for renters who can’t make permanent changes but would love to brighten up a room, as well as people who want to change their décor with their mood. You can find me serving rustic spring vegetables from the black-and-white Farmhouse tile design, and Instagramming my viral TikTok feta dish over the mauve arrows.

The tiles work on any smooth, clean floor surface, including ceramic tile, sealed wood, and linoleum, and the 12”x 12” tiles can be trimmed to size. Each tile costs $10 or $50 for an eight-pack, or you can get a larger 24”x48” tile for $50. While I have some doubts that anyone could make something that would stand up to the beating my kitchen floor gets, since any major stain or tear would only require a $10 replacement tile, maybe it would actually help me save my floors in the long run.