Not quite ready to go permanent with wallpaper?
We have the perfect way to add some personality and fun to your walls without the fear of commitment. Removable wallpaper. Even better, you can make it yourself. I mean, there are so many gorgeous papers out there that you don’t have to go out and look for wallpaper for this insanely easy D.I.Y.. We love PaperSource. But honestly you could just go to your local Michael’s or craft store too.
Now we know we said it was easy peasy but we do have a little confession. We aren’t sure we would use this approach for a large space or a whole room. This technique might be best for a small nook or behind bookcase. So DIYers tread here with caution, if you want to try this on a larger scale.
But don’t let that stop you. Go out and have some fun.
Here is what you need:
Scissors or straight edge
If you missed our before & after post of our laundry room, go back and find it, we won’t bore you with the details of where it was and what we did…again. But yes! We used this removable technique using some papers we had from Paper Source to make the wall behind the washer and dryer POP!
So go ahead, find a small piece of wall in your home, your office, behind some bookcases and try it.
We think you’ll like it.
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