Peel and Stick, Removable Wallpaper Options!

Hello!  I hope you’ve had a great week!

I’m popping in today to share a cool “new” (at least it’s new to me) product that I came across this week!  I’m well into my laundry room makeover and was searching for some kind of backsplash or accent wall above my washer and dryer.

I love the look of wallpaper especially in a laundry room!

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Martha O’Hara Interiors via Houzz

Sarah Bartholomew residence, kitchen, laundry room off kitchen

via Sarah Bartholomew

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via Young House Love

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 David Hicks via Decorpad

However the thought of installing wallpaper has always made me want to just keep it a thought and not a do!:-)  It sounds so stressful trying to line it up perfectly and not to mention it can be a messy process.

Additionally there’s always the thought in the back of my mind of perhaps having to take the wallpaper down someday and although I know there is an easy way to take down wallpaper it still sounds like a pain.

So when I came across Peel and Stick Wallpaper while I was searching for regular wallpaper I was intrigued!

As I read through the description below and the reviews I knew it would be a definite contender for the laundry room makeover.

  • Peel and stick
  • Repositionable and always removable
  • Safe for walls
  • No sticky residue 
  • Quick and easy to install

 

Below are some of my favorite peel and stick wallpaper options available right now!

(affiliate links provided).

 

 

 

You can click on the following number to get more information on each one:

 1 /2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7/ 8/ 9/ MORE

Some of these patterns come in other color options too!

 

These would not only work great for walls but also to add interest behind shelves and bookcases…

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via The House of Smiths

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via Allyson Runnels Interiors 

and in cabinets too!

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Source: Unknown (please let me know if you know!)

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via Studio Mcgee

The price is comparable to normal wallpaper but the benefits seem to be so much more!

I ended up finding a tile backsplash I liked for the laundry room makeover but I am definitely going to keep these peel and stick wallpaper options in mind for future projects!

Hope you enjoyed learning about them too!  Have a wonderful weekend!! 🙂

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p.s.  If you received a blank email from me last week I apologize I was having technical difficulties:-/ — HERE is the post from last week!

Peel and Stick Wallpaper Options

10 thoughts on “Peel and Stick, Removable Wallpaper Options!

  1. Amber C. Johnson - Ocala, FL

    Thanks for sharing, Tamara! The info shared in this post provides solutions to two problem areas in my home: first, how to make the garage wall (I know–ugh!) behind the washer and dryer look good, and, what to put on the back wall of my entertainment center to make the objects displayed on shelves pop against the dark stained wood. Your posts are a wonderful source of inspiration, and I look forward to seeing your projects.

  2. Nancy

    Have you heard of peal and stick vinyl tiles for a floor? We just redid our laundry room and used vinyl tiles over our 30 year old vinyl floor (after a thorough cleaning.) No grouting necessary although you have the option to grout. The peal and stick tiles are very easy to install. Let me know if you want some pics.

      1. Stacy

        Hi Tamara, would you please send me a link to the peel and stick vinyl bathroom makeovers you did I would love to see how they came out as well.

        Also I love you wallpaper idea not only for the laundry rm but for the back of the pantry and cabinets in the kitchen what a great idea plus it makes it looks so nice and clean.

        I have always used the peel and stick paper for the drawers when ever I rented a place if it wasn’t freshly painted It always bothered me to put my disheses are food in the them if they didn’t look clean. So when I seen your idea with the bright blue wallpaper against the white cabinets and glass doors I love that look for kitchen, my kitchen is white with glass doors, I can’t wait to see how it all comes together..

        Thanks!!

        1. Tamara Post author

          Hi Stacy! I was thinking about using the peel and stick wallpaper for my laundry room makeover but I ended up finding a tile backsplash that I loved and used that instead. I think the peel and stick would look awesome for the back of your kitchen cabinets!! I would suggest going back to my peel and stick wallpaper post and clicking on the number of the wallpaper you liked. The link will take you to that particular wallpaper and will most likely have reviews and sometimes reviews with pictures! I hope this helps!!

    1. Tamara Post author

      Hi Nancy! Sorry for the confusion! When you look at the post there are blue numbers under the pictures of the peel and stick wallpaper options. Click on the number corresponding with the wallpaper you are interested in and it will take you to where you can buy it. Let me know if you have any more trouble with it!

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