Peel
Stick, Love

Floorigami installs with just a few tools and requires no installation experience. Just pop it on top of any hard surface floor and watch your new favorite room appear before your eyes. We’re not kidding. It’s just that simple.

Carpet Doesn't Have To Be Complicated.

If Only Everything Else Was This Easy

It's hard to believe, but this is all you need.

Prep

You'll need: Broom

Make sure your floor is clean and free of dirt, dust or anything else that will prevent Floorigami from sticking.

Measure

You'll Need: Tape measure, chalk line, pencil

Measure your space and find the center of the room. This is where you will start your installation!

Design & Place

You'll Need: No tools, just a little creativity

Lay out the planks to see how your new floor will look before sticking them down.

Cut & Attach

You'll Need: Straight edge, carpet knife, safety gloves, vacuum

Peel away adhesive strip and stick planks to the floor. Cut planks as needed to fit your space.

Enjoy!

You'll Need: No tools needed, but confetti is recommended

You’re officially a DIY rockstar! Kick back, relax and enjoy your new favorite room.

Prep

You'll need: Broom

Make sure your floor is clean and free of dirt, dust or anything else that will prevent Floorigami from sticking.

Measure

You'll Need: Tape measure, chalk line, pencil

Measure your space and find the center of the room. This is where you will start your installation!

Design & Place

You'll Need: No tools, just a little creativity

Lay out the planks to see how your new floor will look before sticking them down.

Cut & Attach

You'll Need: Straight edge, carpet knife, safety gloves, vacuum

Peel away adhesive strip and stick planks to the floor. Cut planks as needed to fit your space.

Enjoy!

You'll Need: No tools needed, but confetti is recommended

You’re officially a DIY rockstar! Kick back, relax and enjoy your new favorite room.

Care and Maintanence

Lift, Clean, Replace.

Don’t stress about a mess. If a plank gets dirty, simply peel it up, give it a rinse (Floorigami prefers showers over baths, so a quick spray in the sink will do) and stick it back down. Or replace it with a new plank!