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Give Your Kitchen A Makeover For Less Than P2,500

Quality tiles stickers can get the job done in minutes

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Photography: STILES

Beyond the topnotch appliances, organized cabinets, and squeaky clean countertops, the backsplash ties the look of the kitchen together and turns even the tiniest of corners into a delightful part of the home. If you’re worried about the tedious task of installing tiles, we found a reliable alternative that you can work with that’s within your budget. STILES offers self-adhesive wall tiles, an easy DIY solution to help you spruce up plain and boring areas at home. While many homeowners and interior designers have used it in the kitchen, you can pick a pattern of your choice and use it to add character to your bedroom, balcony, and even in the bathroom.


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Installation is as easy as 1-2-3.

These stick-on tiles can be installed over smooth and non-porous surfaces such as ceramic tiles with small grout lines, smooth wallpapers, acrylic wall panels, and mirrors. To preserve the quality of the pieces, it’s best not to use it in areas where there is direct contact with open flame, water, and sunlight.

You’ll have plenty of designs and patterns to choose from.

Whether you’re going for a contemporary look or an industrial style, STILES has products that can match the theme you have in mind. The Subway series is available in steel, gunmetal grey, and white—allowing you to experiment with the industrial look. If you’re into unusual patterns, the Hex series and the Herringbone options will surely tickle your fancy.


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You can update your kitchen for less than P2,000 with your sticker of choice.

Sizes vary depending on the series, but each sheet of tile sticker costs P120. If you have a 1sqm kitchen, giving it a makeover may cost around P1,700 only. To complete the new look of your cooking space, you can bring in potted plants, accessories, and chic towels for less than P1,000.


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It inspires you to be creative.

Don’t limit yourself to using these stickers in the kitchen or bathroom. Feel free to use it as shelf backing or as part of your accent wall in the bedroom. You can mix and match it with framed prints and wall art as well.


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Maintenance is key to make it last a lifetime.

STILES’ products may last up to 5 to 10 years when installed and maintained properly. To clean the tiles, you can use a mild, non-abrasive cleaning product or mild soap and water. Removing these tiles is also a breeze, allowing you to update the look of your home without the trouble of removing tiles and labor cost.

To learn more about STILES, visit their website. You may also e-mail stilesph[at]gmail.com for inquires. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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