Official Key Items

Official Key Item Wall Tiles- Grey Brick

SKU: KEY-0725

$1.88
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  • Easy to use peel and stick wall tiles
  • Use for backsplash in the kitchen 
  • Backdrop for photos and video
  • Accent wall in room! 
  • Tile Size is 11.8" x11.8"
  • Option for single piece tile or get the value pack of 6 tiles at a discounted price! 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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Kara Barkley
Pretty nice

I did two small areas but it looks nice specially for the price.

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D.
Not a review but a tip!

Cut out the half-bricks on the sides to be matched together so you don’t have that white line separating a “brick” into two. The edges of the tiles should look zig-zagged down either edge and then a full “brick” from one tile will slot into the area a half-“brick” was cut out (use strong scissors or a utility knife with a straight edge to help). You’ll end up with a tiny bit less square footage but you’ll avoid the line down the centre of the half bricks. Hope this helps! (You can see an example by looking up stick and peel tiles like this from a DIY box store, for example peel and stick subway tiles).

thanks for your tip, babe!
love, miss a.

T
TYRA B.
Not Happy

I am usually pleased with the items I receive from Shop Miss A. This purchase, however, has left a bad taste. These "tiles" are foam and nothing like the stick on tiles sold in home improvement stores. I bought $60 worth of these. When I inquired about a return, I found out you can only return for store credit and must ship the item yourself. Cost to ship is over $20 at the post office. I have no use for them and debating paying $20 to get $60 store credit :/

Hi! We're so sorry these didn't work out for you. We take your feedback seriously and we will be forwarding this info to our team so that we can work on our transparency of the material our products are made of!

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
0%
(0)
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(0)
33%
(1)
K
Kara Barkley
Pretty nice

I did two small areas but it looks nice specially for the price.

D
D.
Not a review but a tip!

Cut out the half-bricks on the sides to be matched together so you don’t have that white line separating a “brick” into two. The edges of the tiles should look zig-zagged down either edge and then a full “brick” from one tile will slot into the area a half-“brick” was cut out (use strong scissors or a utility knife with a straight edge to help). You’ll end up with a tiny bit less square footage but you’ll avoid the line down the centre of the half bricks. Hope this helps! (You can see an example by looking up stick and peel tiles like this from a DIY box store, for example peel and stick subway tiles).

thanks for your tip, babe!
love, miss a.

T
TYRA B.
Not Happy

I am usually pleased with the items I receive from Shop Miss A. This purchase, however, has left a bad taste. These "tiles" are foam and nothing like the stick on tiles sold in home improvement stores. I bought $60 worth of these. When I inquired about a return, I found out you can only return for store credit and must ship the item yourself. Cost to ship is over $20 at the post office. I have no use for them and debating paying $20 to get $60 store credit :/

Hi! We're so sorry these didn't work out for you. We take your feedback seriously and we will be forwarding this info to our team so that we can work on our transparency of the material our products are made of!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
33%
(1)
K
Kara Barkley
Pretty nice

I did two small areas but it looks nice specially for the price.

D
D.
Not a review but a tip!

Cut out the half-bricks on the sides to be matched together so you don’t have that white line separating a “brick” into two. The edges of the tiles should look zig-zagged down either edge and then a full “brick” from one tile will slot into the area a half-“brick” was cut out (use strong scissors or a utility knife with a straight edge to help). You’ll end up with a tiny bit less square footage but you’ll avoid the line down the centre of the half bricks. Hope this helps! (You can see an example by looking up stick and peel tiles like this from a DIY box store, for example peel and stick subway tiles).

thanks for your tip, babe!
love, miss a.

T
TYRA B.
Not Happy

I am usually pleased with the items I receive from Shop Miss A. This purchase, however, has left a bad taste. These "tiles" are foam and nothing like the stick on tiles sold in home improvement stores. I bought $60 worth of these. When I inquired about a return, I found out you can only return for store credit and must ship the item yourself. Cost to ship is over $20 at the post office. I have no use for them and debating paying $20 to get $60 store credit :/

Hi! We're so sorry these didn't work out for you. We take your feedback seriously and we will be forwarding this info to our team so that we can work on our transparency of the material our products are made of!