While in Japan, I knew when we moved back into our house in the States, I wanted to do a ton of projects to the house. The list still continues to grow, even as I check things off the list. One of the projects was to give the cabinets underneath the sinks a new look.
I went to Lowes and picked up a box of self-stick vinyl tile. I was not very picky on the color, so I picked a neutral color. The plan was to do the cabinets in the master bath, kitchen, and second bathroom.
The first step was to make sure the underneath of the cabinets were clean of anything that would hinder the self-stick tiles from sticking.
The second step, I laid the tiles down to see how many I would need and to measure the ones that would need to be cut to size, to fit perfectly in the cabinets.
Step three stick tiles down. It’s that easy! It also helps to protect the underneath from any stains from products you may have underneath the sink.
Here are a couple of pictures from the kitchen cabinet under the sink.
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