I recently posted about some peel and stick wallpaper options that don’t look like wallpaper at all. Soon after, I was contacted by our local news station to do a quick segment about it and wanted to show you more pictures of the samples I ordered for the show. I found some really good ones and a few new Etsy shops to share with you.
I thought these were the best of the bunch:
One thing I learned. . . Some companies (like this one) make their papers with a specially formulated wall fabric that can be repositioned over and over again and work well with textured walls. You should just check with the specific seller before ordering.
I thought this “shiplap” looked really good in real life. And so much easier than installing actual shiplap. . .
But my favorite might be this marble lookalike. I think this would be stunning on a bathroom wall behind a gold mirror. And a roll of this would make an easy backdrop for food or product styling photos. :)
I also found this fun little shop on Etsy that offers a tester kit where you can get several samples of any patterns on their site for just $5. Their papers are washable and opaque, in case you’re trying to cover up a dark wall color.
You can find more ideas for how to use peel and stick wallpaper here.
And you can catch my live TV debut here. :) It was quick and painless.