Tile back splash in the kitchen is that one detail that can really elevate the space. However, tile can become a costly & lengthy process. There are several steps involved with tile and it's typically something that isn't easily diy-ed without the proper tools and knowledge.
Cost & Time Effective
When we renovated our kitchen we went with peel & stick subway from Wayfair. It was extremely cost effective and time effective. With the amount of renovations we did at once, cost and time was a huge factor in this decision.
Here is what we used:
I still L O V E the look of real tile and maybe one day when we'll do real tile, but for now this has been a fantastic option. Whenever we decide to switch it out for something else, it will be extremely easy to do so- and that's the beauty of the peel and stick! It also offers low commitment so you can easily change it out in a few years if you grow tired of it.
So far it's held up great! It has stuck to the wall with no peeling and its easy to clean. A lot of people hate on peel and stick tile but I have no complaints with the quality or look!
If you're looking for a simple solution that will give your kitchen an easy & fresh update, peel and stick tile is just that!
Here are some more of my favorite options from Wayfair.
Hope this helps with your renovation endeavors! Happy renovating <3