Peel and stick wallpaper

Our peel and stick wallpapers are also digitally printed. These papers have an adhesive backing that does not require any kind of paste to install, and can be removed and reused as needed. Peel-and-stick wallpaper is great for kids’ spaces, dorms, rentals, or any other temporary installation.

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How to install peel and stick wallpaper

Step 1

Prep the wall

Step 2

Gather your supplies

Step 3

Cut the wallpaper strips

Step 4

Mark your starting point

Step 5

Position the first strip

Step 6

Apply and smooth the wallpaper

Step 7

Trim the edges

Step 8

Apply the remaining strips

Frequently asked questions

To remove or reposition our peel and stick wallpapers, start at the top corners of a panel, and pull firmly, evenly, and slowly downward, working parallel to the surface. Be careful not to over-stretch the material. Do not allow the adhesive surfaces to make contact with each other as they are very difficult to separate without damaging.

Check out our resource library to learn the advanced wallpapering techniques of papering around electrical sockets, thermostats, and wallpapering light switch plates.

The best way to get an accurate color match to your wallpaper is to bring in a swatch from your actual rolls to a paint store for the color match. This will provide an exact match between your wallpaper and paint.

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Pre-pasted wallpaper

Our pre-pasted wallpapers are digitally printed on PVC-free paper and are Greenguard certified. Paste is not needed to install these papers, which work in nearly any application a traditional wallpaper would.

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Traditional wallpaper

Our traditional wallpapers are hand screen printed in Chicago on America-made paper. These papers have a hand-painted look and texture and we offer the most pattern and color options in this material. These papers work in nearly any application.

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