I was totally going to get all crafty and cut this into smaller rectangles, & do a beautiful herringbone pattern... but... sometimes when you hit a certain point in a project, you just can't see much else except for the finish line, you know? So, since the tile we chose was pretty spiffy as is, we said - let's keep it simple. Here's a close up of the stuff we chose:
I love it! We got it on amazon (link here) and it was cheap. We went through a pack and a half, and each pack was under $20. Not bad! I've never used peel & stick flooring before, but it was SO EASY. It cuts pretty well, and the only challenging part was getting around the toilet.
The easiest way to figure out how to cut the tiles was to practice with a piece of cardboard cut to the tile size. Then I just cut the cardboard little by little until it fit perfectly, then transferred to the tile & traced. Try it on a few times before committing to peeling the backing off & placing it. Takes a while, but is easier than making mega mistakes.
But! It's done. And forgive the dust specs on the floor, I didn't want to do a full floor cleaning until all the tiles had set. You can tell when you stand on them that they need a day or two to settle in...
Moving right along, we're working on the mirror, the light & the ceiling. I've been collecting accessories that will match, and can't wait to put them in their places. How's your year starting? Any projects on the start list? Or the finish-up list.... hehe...
Enjoy the day everyone - If you're in this crazy cold storm, stay warm & stay safe!
Leftover things to do in the bathroom: