• Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
  • Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
  • Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
  • Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
  • Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
  • Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
  • Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash
Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash

Aspect Peel and Stick Stone Overlay Kitchen Backsplash - Autumn Sandstone (5.9" x 23.6" x 1/8" Panel - Approx. 1 sq ft) - Easy DIY Tile Backsplash

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  • BACKSPLASH TILES comprised of layers of REAL STONE, Engineered Bonding Resin, Fiberglass, Adhesive Base
  • INCLUDES ONE PEEL and STICK TILE, easy installation, no contractor required - 100% Money Back Guarantee
  • NO GROUT REQUIRED this 1/8" thick mosaic tile backsplash tile cuts easily with a shears or tin snips
  • VERY AFFORDABLE kitchen backsplash panels come in a variety of natural real stone choices
  • ARTISAN CRAFTSMEN in India hand quarry, thinly slice and assemble these ledgestone backsplash tiles and due to the panels being made of real stone, color variations are inherent giving this product its unique character

Customer Reviews

Love hate relationship I love love loved them till my husband cooked the first time and oil splashed on them ruining them with oil splatters. And there are corners lifting. These were easy to install and looked beautiful but then it went south. 3Love it! Love it!!!! Very happy with the look and installation process. While it may be costly, it was much easier for me to install versus dealing with tile, grout and a wet saw. Very pleased with the over all look. As far as the previous reviews I DID NOT encounter any odor with the tiles. Easy installation for any DIYers out there. 55 stars- our fireplace looks amazing sum up- we love it. It has a metalic sheen that s only noticeable when it s dark and a light source is shining at an angle on it- it still looks amazing though. The normal colors and texture look amazing as well. We made the mistake of aligning a stonestrip edge over a grout line (from the previous tiling underneath). The tile behind the new strips isn t perfectly flat thanks to those grout lines, so unfortunately if a strip ended over one, it doesn t stick because there s a gap under it (even if just a few centimeters). Visually it didn t change anything, but if you pushed the new stone all would be sturdy and strong until you got the the dip where the underneath grout was too far back. my advice to anyone who wants something it to feel 100%, use wood filler and fill in any grout gaps if you know the strip will end there. If a strip doesn t end over a line, you should be fine- we couldn t feel a difference if it was in the middle, only if it was in the ends of one of these stonestrips.Not too pricey (for what we would normally be paying) and well worth it. We got 14 strips. Only a few cut up squares left over.Edit update- our first test piece we placed, peeled off to fix angle and placed again. Months later that one piece wanted to loosen a bit so we just used gorilla glue. Not the products fault, just make sure you are placing it only one time so the adhesive bonds and doesn t lose its stick. Definitely not meant to be placed then replaced. 5Expensive but interesting product Overall, the product is good and works and looks as advertised. The price is, in my opinion a little high for what this is. This is great for convience factor- and thats how i would recommend it. I would not recommend this as a cost saver.Originally I thought this product was going to save me a lot of money and it would be a lot less expensive than a traditional backsplash. It is only marginally cheaper though. Yes you dont need mortar or thinset.. but those items arent all that expensive anyway. These tiles are $15 per square foot... which is about average for nicer quality mosaic sheets. I have a modest sized kitchen with out a 30 sq ft area between the cabinets and counters. I needed two boxes which set me back about $500. I also bought some construction caulking style adhesive.Installing it was fairly standard for tiling. Generally speaking stuff in a kitchen is not always square.. so you kind of have to just keep adjusting things slightly as you are installing. In the end, you wont even see where you have to tweak lines because it all blends in.I must say the tiles are way harder to cut than advertised. I bought tin snips for this project (ad that into the final cost too) and i had about a half dozen outlets and some other things to cut around. My hand was dead after a few outlets. I also had to cut these long tiles length wise .... that was an absolute bear of a task. It is almost impossible to cut a pristine straight line down the center due to the natural undulation of the rock. My husband and I gave up and bought a table saw. (add that into the final cost now)After the buying the saw things were a breeze. When we finished up there were very large unsightly gaps between the counter splashboard thing and the wall. We then had to go buy a tube of sanded grout caulking to fill the cracks (keep adding!)The product itself was pretty cool. Yes it is absolutely and without any doubt REAL rock. I really cant understand the people who say it is cardboard. ((How can you even say that??, it shatters actual shards of ROCK when you cut it by hand!)) The wall looks the best when there is under cabinet lighting that is turned on so you can see the shadows of the undulations and textures of the rock. In the day light though.. it is pretty hard to detect rough looking texture. It looks pretty flat without the side scraping light effect.I should also add that this stuff stinks to high heaven. It smells strongly of chemical adhesive toxic death. I just opened the box and took all of the tiles out and spread them on the garage floor for a day and that pretty much aired them out. There is no detectable smell once everything was installed. ( im writing this 2 months later fyi)My final thoughts on this again are... it is a pretty cool product. The engineering is neat. I would use it for updating SMALL projects like.. campers or camps. Not an average kitchen.. This product will not save you any money at all.. so wipe that out of your head. (unless of course you have all the tools and products necessary and you have a tiny space)Anyway. I do have some buyers remorse on this because in hindsight this was expensive for just a mediocre looking backsplash.Good luck on your search folks! 4Looks great as a backsplash and was easy to install but ... Looks great as a backsplash and was easy to install but the medley was much darker slate. I wish it were a little lighter like the actual picture. 4Love/Hate I have a love/hate relationship with these tiles so it s hard to know where to begin. In terms of looks they re beautiful and I d easily give them 5 stars for that. The quality is great and the finished project looks fantastic. I bought these in a store so I ll say this about the difference. This seller is being very forthcoming and descriptive about what to expect and I appreciate that. Read through all of the information here, and if you re willing to accept that they re not as incredibly easy as they make it sound, then go for it! I wish I had come here first.My biggest issue with these initially is that the product packaging makes it look so EASY! The outside of the package literally shows to cut with scissors (or snips), peel the back, and stick it on. NOT THE CASE. Once you ve cut open the package and read the insert, you see that it can only go on certain surfaces, the surface should be primed first with oil based primer or you ll need to use a construction grade adhesive; they want you to patch and fill any uneven areas, and they are hell to cut. Once I started reading the directions I was angry because the packaging is very deceptive. I wanted a simple project. The very reason I chose these was to avoid a ton of prep and extra materials, and I definitely didn t want to rent a table saw. The tiles are very expensive, which I rationalized because of how much extra work it was going to save me so after reading the insert I was ready to return them to the store and say forget it. Instead, I sat on it for a day and decided to put one up to see how I felt about it, and I m so glad I did.The adhesive on these is very strong. In fact, I put down my test piece and instantly regretted that I wasn t more careful because I couldn t get it back up to adjust the placement, so BE CAREFUL. The positive side of that is they re definitely up there. I put them over smooth tile that had been spray painted over, so maybe the spray paint acted as a primer. The tile was nice and smooth so that wasn t an issue.I also don t know how anyone could complain about the surface of these tiles. They are definitely stone, and they re lovely. But it is no simple task to cut them, and since its stone (on the surface layer, not the middle of course as is stated in the product description) it can be uneven and much thicker in some spots than others. This adds texture and character which is great, but I was feeling really grateful that none of my cuts needed to go through the thicker parts or I would ve been out of luck. I measured, scored where I needed to cut with a knife and blade using a ruler as a guide, and then cut with heavy duty scissors. My hand and arm were killing me the next day. The really nice thing about these is that they are very consistent and beautifully straight, except that when you cut them you can t possibly cut a perfectly straight line unless you have a table saw. However, being that the stone varies in texture (at least on the ones I ordered) you can hide imperfections pretty well. That s why I wanted these. I figured I could easily hide little flaws, and I wouldn t need grout which was a win.Anyway, if you have a table saw great. It would be helpful. If you don t, it s doable but hard. Here s a photo of the finished project. I have to say that I am SO super happy with the finished result. I can t stop looking at it thinking how pretty it is. Ultimately, I m glad I did it but I wish the packaging would be more forthcoming. The color I used is Frosted Quartz. 4Fabulous This stuff is Flippin awesome it's beautiful it's easy to apply and it's so real looking small area took two boxes if that was an issue I would have to say put more in a box LOL 5Beautiful and easy! It looks absolutely amazing, and it was even easier than I thought. The instructional videos and printed directions were excellent. Easily cut with tin snips and wood chisel. The sticky side is very adhesive so you have to be careful to align the tiles. Instead of peeling off all of the backing at once, I peeled the backing off (like a bandaid) as I smoothed the surface to the wall. 5Beautiful! I'm not great at this kind of stuff, but thought I would give peel and stick a try. I put it over a textured wall so I used method 2 using an adhesive. I also used the tin snips for cutting so that was the most difficult part especially around the outlets. Have a file handy, I had to use it a few times. I had a few tiles left so I spruced up my valence. Thumbs up from me! 4Affordable, convenient alternative; I give it 5 stars as it is among the best peel and stick products for this purpose. One can obviously opt for a labor-intensive tile or stone backsplash, with the requisite labor and cost.The entire kitchen backsplash installation took me five hours, using all but 6 panels of 32 (2 sets of 16), approximately 24 square feet including a few panels I either applied improperly or measured incorrectly. I measured twice and cut once, using a fine-point permanent marker on the backing to trace my cut line. For cutting, I used Stanley Fat Max 12" tin snips, about $30 everywhere.The peel and stick adhesive backing is very sticky, and I was applying to painted drywall. In two instances I had to completely remove and reapply a new panel, due to poor positioning or improper cut. It will pull off the paint and some wallboard when you remove an already applied panel. It doesn't matter as you're never going to see the wall again. I've lived in much older homes made of plaster, so this is my first drywall installation of any kind.Some of the ends of panels lost their grip, but I think it's because the wall was not completely cleaned prior to application, or semi-gloss paint finish adheres less effectively than, say, a flat paint finish. I used Liquid Nails multi-purpose adhesive, applying to the wall then pressing the panel for a minute. It seem to work well.Reading other reviews about potential spattering with oil around a stovetop, I applied a single coat of TileLab SurfaceGard Maximum Strength Sealer which I had on hand from a floor grout sealing project. It seems advisable, as the stone finish is highly porous and will likely retain grease spots. I just painted on a coat with a brush, and it was dry in an hour or so.See photos for the rest of the story. 5
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Love hate relationship I love love loved them till my husband cooked the first time and oil splashed on them ruining them with oil splatters. And there are corners lifting. These were easy to install and looked beautiful but then it went south. 3Love it! Love it!!!! Very happy with the look and installation process. While it may be costly, it was much easier for me to install versus dealing with tile, grout and a wet saw. Very pleased with the over all look. As far as the previous reviews I DID NOT encounter any odor with the tiles. Easy installation for any DIYers out there. 55 stars- our fireplace looks amazing sum up- we love it. It has a metalic sheen that s only noticeable when it s dark and a light source is shining at an angle on it- it still looks amazing though. The normal colors and texture look amazing as well. We made the mistake of aligning a stonestrip edge over a grout line (from the previous tiling underneath). The tile behind the new strips isn t perfectly flat thanks to those grout lines, so unfortunately if a strip ended over one, it doesn t stick because there s a gap under it (even if just a few centimeters). Visually it didn t change anything, but if you pushed the new stone all would be sturdy and strong until you got the the dip where the underneath grout was too far back. my advice to anyone who wants something it to feel 100%, use wood filler and fill in any grout gaps if you know the strip will end there. If a strip doesn t end over a line, you should be fine- we couldn t feel a difference if it was in the middle, only if it was in the ends of one of these stonestrips.Not too pricey (for what we would normally be paying) and well worth it. We got 14 strips. Only a few cut up squares left over.Edit update- our first test piece we placed, peeled off to fix angle and placed again. Months later that one piece wanted to loosen a bit so we just used gorilla glue. Not the products fault, just make sure you are placing it only one time so the adhesive bonds and doesn t lose its stick. Definitely not meant to be placed then replaced. 5Expensive but interesting product Overall, the product is good and works and looks as advertised. The price is, in my opinion a little high for what this is. This is great for convience factor- and thats how i would recommend it. I would not recommend this as a cost saver.Originally I thought this product was going to save me a lot of money and it would be a lot less expensive than a traditional backsplash. It is only marginally cheaper though. Yes you dont need mortar or thinset.. but those items arent all that expensive anyway. These tiles are $15 per square foot... which is about average for nicer quality mosaic sheets. I have a modest sized kitchen with out a 30 sq ft area between the cabinets and counters. I needed two boxes which set me back about $500. I also bought some construction caulking style adhesive.Installing it was fairly standard for tiling. Generally speaking stuff in a kitchen is not always square.. so you kind of have to just keep adjusting things slightly as you are installing. In the end, you wont even see where you have to tweak lines because it all blends in.I must say the tiles are way harder to cut than advertised. I bought tin snips for this project (ad that into the final cost too) and i had about a half dozen outlets and some other things to cut around. My hand was dead after a few outlets. I also had to cut these long tiles length wise .... that was an absolute bear of a task. It is almost impossible to cut a pristine straight line down the center due to the natural undulation of the rock. My husband and I gave up and bought a table saw. (add that into the final cost now)After the buying the saw things were a breeze. When we finished up there were very large unsightly gaps between the counter splashboard thing and the wall. We then had to go buy a tube of sanded grout caulking to fill the cracks (keep adding!)The product itself was pretty cool. Yes it is absolutely and without any doubt REAL rock. I really cant understand the people who say it is cardboard. ((How can you even say that??, it shatters actual shards of ROCK when you cut it by hand!)) The wall looks the best when there is under cabinet lighting that is turned on so you can see the shadows of the undulations and textures of the rock. In the day light though.. it is pretty hard to detect rough looking texture. It looks pretty flat without the side scraping light effect.I should also add that this stuff stinks to high heaven. It smells strongly of chemical adhesive toxic death. I just opened the box and took all of the tiles out and spread them on the garage floor for a day and that pretty much aired them out. There is no detectable smell once everything was installed. ( im writing this 2 months later fyi)My final thoughts on this again are... it is a pretty cool product. The engineering is neat. I would use it for updating SMALL projects like.. campers or camps. Not an average kitchen.. This product will not save you any money at all.. so wipe that out of your head. (unless of course you have all the tools and products necessary and you have a tiny space)Anyway. I do have some buyers remorse on this because in hindsight this was expensive for just a mediocre looking backsplash.Good luck on your search folks! 4Looks great as a backsplash and was easy to install but ... Looks great as a backsplash and was easy to install but the medley was much darker slate. I wish it were a little lighter like the actual picture. 4Love/Hate I have a love/hate relationship with these tiles so it s hard to know where to begin. In terms of looks they re beautiful and I d easily give them 5 stars for that. The quality is great and the finished project looks fantastic. I bought these in a store so I ll say this about the difference. This seller is being very forthcoming and descriptive about what to expect and I appreciate that. Read through all of the information here, and if you re willing to accept that they re not as incredibly easy as they make it sound, then go for it! I wish I had come here first.My biggest issue with these initially is that the product packaging makes it look so EASY! The outside of the package literally shows to cut with scissors (or snips), peel the back, and stick it on. NOT THE CASE. Once you ve cut open the package and read the insert, you see that it can only go on certain surfaces, the surface should be primed first with oil based primer or you ll need to use a construction grade adhesive; they want you to patch and fill any uneven areas, and they are hell to cut. Once I started reading the directions I was angry because the packaging is very deceptive. I wanted a simple project. The very reason I chose these was to avoid a ton of prep and extra materials, and I definitely didn t want to rent a table saw. The tiles are very expensive, which I rationalized because of how much extra work it was going to save me so after reading the insert I was ready to return them to the store and say forget it. Instead, I sat on it for a day and decided to put one up to see how I felt about it, and I m so glad I did.The adhesive on these is very strong. In fact, I put down my test piece and instantly regretted that I wasn t more careful because I couldn t get it back up to adjust the placement, so BE CAREFUL. The positive side of that is they re definitely up there. I put them over smooth tile that had been spray painted over, so maybe the spray paint acted as a primer. The tile was nice and smooth so that wasn t an issue.I also don t know how anyone could complain about the surface of these tiles. They are definitely stone, and they re lovely. But it is no simple task to cut them, and since its stone (on the surface layer, not the middle of course as is stated in the product description) it can be uneven and much thicker in some spots than others. This adds texture and character which is great, but I was feeling really grateful that none of my cuts needed to go through the thicker parts or I would ve been out of luck. I measured, scored where I needed to cut with a knife and blade using a ruler as a guide, and then cut with heavy duty scissors. My hand and arm were killing me the next day. The really nice thing about these is that they are very consistent and beautifully straight, except that when you cut them you can t possibly cut a perfectly straight line unless you have a table saw. However, being that the stone varies in texture (at least on the ones I ordered) you can hide imperfections pretty well. That s why I wanted these. I figured I could easily hide little flaws, and I wouldn t need grout which was a win.Anyway, if you have a table saw great. It would be helpful. If you don t, it s doable but hard. Here s a photo of the finished project. I have to say that I am SO super happy with the finished result. I can t stop looking at it thinking how pretty it is. Ultimately, I m glad I did it but I wish the packaging would be more forthcoming. The color I used is Frosted Quartz. 4Fabulous This stuff is Flippin awesome it's beautiful it's easy to apply and it's so real looking small area took two boxes if that was an issue I would have to say put more in a box LOL 5Beautiful and easy! It looks absolutely amazing, and it was even easier than I thought. The instructional videos and printed directions were excellent. Easily cut with tin snips and wood chisel. The sticky side is very adhesive so you have to be careful to align the tiles. Instead of peeling off all of the backing at once, I peeled the backing off (like a bandaid) as I smoothed the surface to the wall. 5Beautiful! I'm not great at this kind of stuff, but thought I would give peel and stick a try. I put it over a textured wall so I used method 2 using an adhesive. I also used the tin snips for cutting so that was the most difficult part especially around the outlets. Have a file handy, I had to use it a few times. I had a few tiles left so I spruced up my valence. Thumbs up from me! 4Affordable, convenient alternative; I give it 5 stars as it is among the best peel and stick products for this purpose. One can obviously opt for a labor-intensive tile or stone backsplash, with the requisite labor and cost.The entire kitchen backsplash installation took me five hours, using all but 6 panels of 32 (2 sets of 16), approximately 24 square feet including a few panels I either applied improperly or measured incorrectly. I measured twice and cut once, using a fine-point permanent marker on the backing to trace my cut line. For cutting, I used Stanley Fat Max 12" tin snips, about $30 everywhere.The peel and stick adhesive backing is very sticky, and I was applying to painted drywall. In two instances I had to completely remove and reapply a new panel, due to poor positioning or improper cut. It will pull off the paint and some wallboard when you remove an already applied panel. It doesn't matter as you're never going to see the wall again. I've lived in much older homes made of plaster, so this is my first drywall installation of any kind.Some of the ends of panels lost their grip, but I think it's because the wall was not completely cleaned prior to application, or semi-gloss paint finish adheres less effectively than, say, a flat paint finish. I used Liquid Nails multi-purpose adhesive, applying to the wall then pressing the panel for a minute. It seem to work well.Reading other reviews about potential spattering with oil around a stovetop, I applied a single coat of TileLab SurfaceGard Maximum Strength Sealer which I had on hand from a floor grout sealing project. It seems advisable, as the stone finish is highly porous and will likely retain grease spots. I just painted on a coat with a brush, and it was dry in an hour or so.See photos for the rest of the story. 5
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