Have you ever used peel and stick wallpaper in your home? Unlike traditional wallpaper, peel and stick is both affordable and user friendly. Meaning, it’s easier to install and remove then traditional paper you may come to think of from decades past. It occurred to me recently that we have used peel and stick paper in quite a few areas in our home. In this post I thought I’d round up some of my favorite peel and stick paper, as well as give you a little tour around our house sharing areas where peel and stick paper was the perfect accent to finish a space.
If you are considering peel and stick but are unsure if it may look good or may be too difficult to install, let me suggest to smart small. The common use of peel and stick is as an accent on either one wall, a small space or in an alcove of some kind. Here are a few ideas of spaces you may consider using peel and stick.
this paper in our entry closet
This faux grasscloth wallpaper in our bedroom
This subway tile for back splash or pantry and this contact paper for covering wood to look like marble.
This brick paper to add texture and a bit of urban/industrial vibe to a boy’s bedroom
This botanical print wallpaper we used in my Sister’s house. It is the sweetest accent in a nursery and paired with a board and batten treatment it is just enough color/pattern to bring interest to this wall.
I hope these ideas give you inspiration if you are trying to finish off a space and looking for that extra pop that will make your space special. Peel and Stick wallpaper is an inexpensive solution if you want to try to add a little something different and unexpected. Some places I love to shop for peel and stick wallpaper are Amazon, Target, Wayfair and Home Depot. Small shops found on Etsy are a fabulous way to go as well as WallPops, Urban Walls, Rocky Mountain Decals, Livette’s Wallpaper and Wall Paperie.