Vinyl Tiles I’d Actually Use In My Own Home

 

One of the areas I’m looking to UpStyle in our new house is the flooring in the basement bathroom. Eventually I want to replace the vinyl floor tiles with ceramic but until that happens I’m considering a quick and easy way to refresh the look.

I recently stumbled across an Etsy shop called Bleucoin that sells premium vinyl tiles that can be used on floors, walls, ceilings and furniture.  What’s so brilliant about these tiles is the easy peel and stick application and the easy removal process when you want to change the look.  Plus the tiles are water and heat-resistant and can be trimmed to fit your specific size needs.

The biggest challenge with Bleucoin tiles is picking one of the over 137 beautiful Mexican and Moroccan designs they have available.

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Affordable Decorative Vinyl Tiles

Decorative Vinyl Tiles by Bleucoin on Etsy

Encaustic Moroccan Tile

Decorative Vinyl Tiles by Bleucoin on Etsy

Earth Friendly Stair Tiles

Decorative Vinyl Tiles by Bleucoin on Etsy

Moroccan Dark Grey and Cabana Green

Decorative Vinyl Tiles by Bleucoin on Etsy

Brazilian Talavera Tile

Decorative Vinyl Tiles by Bleucoin on Etsy

Bratislava Tile

Decorative Vinyl Tiles by Bleucoin on Etsy

Turkish/Iznik Tile

Decorative Vinyl Tiles by Bleucoin on Etsy

Indian Blue Pottery Diamond Tile

Decorative Vinyl Tiles by Bleucoin on Etsy

Carmine Mexican Talavera Tile

Scandinavian Tile

Bleucoin tiles are a perfect solution for renters or areas where you need an inexpensive and temporary face-lift.  To learn more about these amazing tiles and shop the entire collection, head here.

 

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Comments

  1. Hi Shelly thanks for the source. I have a question, you seem to have a fiberglass insert tub, unfortunately my tubs in my bathrooms are those and it seems to be a huge turnoff for potential buyers. I have been on pinterest looking for ideas as I can’t spend lots of money to update a house I am selling. I was wondering how you are going to address yours or if you will just leave it. Thanks so much, really enjoy your blog.

    • Hi Sarah,
      Yes, we do have a fiberglass insert in the master bathroom. There is not really any way to update a fiberglass insert. Eventually we are going to have the entire shower pulled out and replaced with a tile surround and frameless glass door. You might want to give a credit to the seller that they could use to replace/update the shower.

      Sorry I can’t offer any earth shattering tips.
      Shelly

  2. Excellent Find…thanks for sharing. I will save your post…bathroom remodel on the cheap with great results…here we come!

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