Originally Posted by rkulbok
I have exactly the same issue with my 328. The tile installation is not the best and they do not cover enough area. With that said... I do not know of an easy way to remove the tiles. They appear to be stuck on with some type of adhesive over the paper on the wall itself. I think the worst that can happen if you remove the tiles is that the wall paper may tare in spots. As long as your new tiles cover any damaged paper, that may happen, you should not have any issues when the new tiles are installed.
Let us know how your project works out.
X2 on no easy way to remove. We just did the same in our 5'er and when I tried to remove the cheap composite "board", the wallpaper tore in 2 spots. Then, I had to scrape the glue residue off the wall (a little mineral spirits helped).
Do to weight & flex/vibration of the walls, I elected not to use residential type ceramic tile. I found a peel & stick vinyl backsplash option at Lowes/Home Depot. They have several patterns available. We did the kitchen & bathroom.