Picture this: you’re moving into a new apartment, dorm, or sublet. You've got big plans for the decor, and your phone is overflowing with inspo pics.

One final read over your lease agreement and your hopes come crashing down when you see those dreaded words: "No using nails on walls." You're left wondering, is it worth losing your security deposit to achieve the dream apartment you've always wanted?

Enter TilePix. TilePix’s wall decor is hung with magnets, a game-changer for anyone looking to create a unique and personalized living space without damaging their walls. TilePix magnets use Stick&Slide technology, which allows for a damage-free installation process that's quick, easy, and secure.

Why Magnets?

Magnets are commitment-free, which means they were developed to survive moves and changing minds. Once you receive your TilePix, all you’ll need to do is:

  • PEEL: Remove the liner to reveal the adhesive
  • STICK: Press the adhesive onto the wall
  • HANG: Place your masterpiece on top of the adhesive 

Your vibe is constantly changing, and that’s a good thing. TilePix's magnetic mounting system has the ability to adapt to changing styles and preferences. The cherry on top is that TilePix gives you the tools to create your own wall decor by uploading your own photos, or choosing from our wide ranging gallery of aesthetic art, guaranteed to fit any taste.

Not only is TilePix's magnetic mounting system a smart and convenient solution for anyone living in a space where nails aren't allowed, but it also represents a technological advancement in the world of home decor. TilePix is part of a revolution in interior design that's using the power of magnets to make hanging art and creating personalized living spaces easier and more accessible than ever before. So say goodbye to the days of spackling up holes in your wall left by nails, and start thinking about how you’re going to spend that security deposit. 

Check out our instructions page for a list of the best way to hang each of our products.

March 22, 2023 — Telesa Ward