Peel and stick tiles

jmkay1

2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah
Oct 10, 2013
7,646
Northern Virginia
Interesting idea. I can Invision how good it would look when completed and I think can tie everything in nicely. Out of curiosity what colors are you planning. I picture light gray cabinets and royal blue curtains myself.
. I do wonder how they hold up in the summer heat of a closed up camper. Mine can feel like a sauna at times.
 

TheRealCrazy8

Member
Apr 27, 2020
61
Minnesota
Interesting idea. I can Invision how good it would look when completed and I think can tie everything in nicely. Out of curiosity what colors are you planning. I picture light gray cabinets and royal blue curtains myself.
. I do wonder how they hold up in the summer heat of a closed up camper. Mine can feel like a sauna at times.
Funny you mention that. I did imagine white cabinets, but also did think of a really light grey color for the cabinets. I would like to do a dark brown wood floor and I am still trying to think about what to do for the counter tops. I initially thought about something peel and stick for ease, but I am just not sure how it would stand up if we were to cut on the counter top, slide anything across it, etc. etc. So I am entertaining a few other ides. The royal blue curtains I never thought of, but I like it. I may have to look into that. For some reason, my wife likes the (outdated) cushions. Im hoping at some point I can convince her on doing something else. :)
 

Toedtoes

Super Active Member
May 28, 2018
2,840
California
Looks nice! Grey cabinets would work, but with the variations in the tile (real easy to see in the second photo on the bottom corner of the sink), you could work in a rich wood floor grain and pull a beige/camel tone from that for the cabinets. Then use blue and grey patterned fabrics for curtains and bedding.

I would be hesitant on peel n stick for the counters. But they have some interesting faux finish painting techniques that might update the counters while being more sturdy for weather variations. Do a white marble with slight blue and grey striations through it. Or even a granite with specks of blues, greys, and beiges.
 




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