Like builder-grade homes, builder-grade RVs can lack personality. However, they too can be customized to reflect individual needs and style.
Scottie recently took the time to transform an RV. She points out on Saved By Scottie that RVs require everything on a smaller scale (aesthetically and in terms of weight). Things can get bumpy during travel, so items need to be fastened securely for safety.
Scottie chose to transform the RV’s kitchen and the bedroom. She used two Aspect Peel & Stick products: our Mini Subway glass tiles in Frost and our stone tiles in Weathered Quartz.
Mini Subway is the perfect size for a small space like the kitchen. In addition to the adhesive backing, she used construction adhesive for extra insurance. That project complete, she moved to the bedroom project.
Aspect stone is real stone. We pour a resin onto a large quarried stone and after it cures, we peel the resin back to reveal the natural colors and textures. Then thin slabs of stone are cut and arranged on pressure-sensitive adhesive backers cut to the tile dimensions. It’s thin enough to cut with tin snips.
Once completed, Scottie said, “It makes a stunning statement and is even easier to use than the glass. This space went up super quick since it was just one big rectangle.”
Check out the whole post and let me know what you think of this amazing project in the comments.
Doing laundry typically isn’t most people’s idea of fun, but doing it in a beautiful, clean space makes it more tolerable.
So when Nicole was building her home, she knew she wanted to incorporate Aspect tiles that reflect her design aesthetic.
She chose Aspect Mini Subway tiles in Frost as one of those materials. The glass tiles feature peel and stick installation and are an easy way to add style to any space.
“I was going for clean look for my laundry room, but wanted to mix in my farmhouse style and have it flow well with the rest of the house,” she explains. “I love the look of subway tile. The kitchen has a ceramic herringbone and I wanted to keep the look similar, but also have it stand out on its own. I like the smaller version of the subway look with these Aspect tiles. The glass was so clean.”
Nicole’s farmhouse style home features traditional accents.
“I have a lot of old Victorian plumbing fixtures in my kitchen and baths mixed with the farmhouse look. We also brought in a craftsman look with the exterior, as well as the interior trim and doors,” she says.
Nicole loves the way her laundry room turned out. “I thought the product was great, and the tile installer said it was very easy to work with.”
What do you think of this look? Let us know in the comments!
Do you have leftover materials from a home improvement project you’ve completed? If so, consider the ways you can re-purpose leftover tiles creatively.
Scottie, of Saved By Scottie, was inspired to turn trash into treasure with some leftover backsplash tiles in a tile trivet project.
She asked us for materials for an upcoming appearance at the Philly Home Show, and she chose our 3×6 Aspect tiles in metal and glass for a trivet project for home show attendees. She also partnered with Pure Bond plywood, and they supplied plywood for the trivet backing. Each workshop attendee was allowed to create their own trivet to bring home.
Read her blog post here, and check out our Aspect brand site to see all the different colors and materials offered for your next backsplash project.
You can also check out Scottie demonstrating her Aspect tile trivet project at the home show here.
Of course, you may have extra tiles from another project. Even flooring tiles can be creatively re-used. This Apartment Therapy blog post describes 13 different ideas to pursue.
To purchase our Aspect backsplash tiles, visit DIY Decor Store today.