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CTV Canada AM Karl Lohnes           Elle Decor NBC           Buzzfeed          Apartment Therapy





Door Sixteen          Little House of Four          Ten June Blog          Thrifty Crafty Girl          The Bewitchin' Kitchen







 CTV Canada AM, Karl Lohnes: "Smart Tiles has designed a great looking faux peel and stick tile that works perfect on backsplash (or any vertical surface that is not emerged in water)."


Elle Decor: "Although "peel-and-stick" doesn't usually scream sophistication, we've found the exception. Smart Tiles are an inexpensive alternative to ceramic and grout, that have the appearance of chic glass tiles. They're made with a gel substance that gives them a luxe three-dimensional look." "The tiles are a great alternative to real tile backsplashes which can be beautiful, but also très expensive and hard to DIY. Since we're living in a rental right now, we didn't want to spend too much time or money on something that we couldn't take with us when we move. But after seeing all the customer pictures with Smart Tiles in their kitchens, I wanted, needed, had to have them in my own house."


BuzzFeed: "31 Easy DIY Upgrades That Will Make Your Home Look More Expensive. Update your kitchen backsplash by using 3D gel-like tiles that are actually peel and stick."


Apartment Therapy: "Removable, peel-and-stick subway tile. The kind you can install over your existing tile in an afternoon, without any special tools or tricks. It sounds like the stuff legends are made of, doesn't it? But it's real, you guys. So real. Check out Smart Tiles."


Door Sixteen: "Smart Tiles are peel & stick embossed sheets of something called “translucent gel Gel-O™” (which I’m assuming is some sort of synthetic material), faux-mosaics that look a whole lot like real tiles—right down to the fake grout lines. They’re heat and humidity resistant, they can be installed on top of any relatively smooth surface (including existing tile), and they can be removed fairly easily—whether or not they leave residual damage would, of course, depend on the substrate."


Little House of Four: "I was SO skeptical at first, but these tiles are amazing! They really do look real and are PERFECT for a quick and inexpensive update. The best part is that I completed this project in one afternoon while my husband was at work and the kids were at school. I've had them installed a few weeks and even after whipping them off many times I've had no issues with them peeling. I'm pretty confident they'll hold up just fine in my abused kitchen."


Ten June Blog: "Smart Tiles is sort of the most genius idea ever for renters who hate their kitchens or baths. Or even if you're a homeowner and you want to temporarily redo your kitchen or bath tile without the mess and expense of actually installing new tile."


Thrifty Crafty Girl: "They are self-adhesive tiles. They are simple to put up. And you can't tell the difference between glass tiles and Smart Tiles. Really, I tested company and they couldn't tell. I'm a fun host.”


The Bewitchin' Kitchen: "These tiles look just like the real thing. It’s the clear gel component called Gel-O™ and it gives the 3D effect, which resembles to the glass mosaic. Smart Tiles are specifically designed for the kitchen and bathroom, they are resistant to heat and moisture. No mess, no dust, no additional tools. Installation is so easy."







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