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Mixtiles The Easiest Way To Decorate Your Home


With Covid-19 ushering in a new era of time spent at home, upgrades to one's housing have never been more important.

To that end, I wanted to get in touch regarding an affordable and hassle-free product to display people's fondest memories and transform their homes: Mixtiles.

Mixtiles is, quite simply, Instagram come to life. 

Mixtiles is successfully disrupting the framing and photography industry by making hanging photos more affordable, wall-friendly and accessible to hang. The product is simple: it's an app that enables you to turn your phone pics into 8"x8" photo tiles that stick and re-stick to your walls without nails or any damage, utilizing a special adhesive that does not leave marks.Mixtiles ships orders for free and tiles arrive in just days (that's right - no need to leave the home for this DIY project!). Costing as little as $11 a print, the company produces an average of 20,000-25,000 tiles per day, with over 5,000+ five-star reviews across iOS and Android.


And for those offices that are reopening, Mixtiles has created a new COVID signage kit, featuring safety instructions to protect and brighten up office spaces in the age of social distancing.

My Mixtiles were so easy to install and so easy to create on the app that even my kids can do it! I find people have not been taking enough photos and getting them developed and displayed for friends and family to enjoy! 

Now with Mixtiles we can take our favourites and slap them on the wall and they look like professionally designed decor pieces! 

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