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Upgrade Your Walls With Peel & Stick Paper

Dani Caruso
By Dani Caruso

Switching up your interior has never been easier. Back in the day, you had two options if you wanted to upgrade your walls: roll on a couple coats of wet paint or hang messy wallpaper with the hopes it goes on evenly. Neither of those options are easily reversed, and if you rented instead of owned, chances are you didn’t have any choice in home improvement.

Fortunately, decorating options have come a long way and you can now dress walls up and down however and whenever you want with peel and stick wallpaper (a win for both homeowners and renters, yay!). Cover all four walls, stick a mural on an accent wall, or create a backsplash effect behind appliances. When you’re ready to move onto the next design, simply pull the removable wallpaper down. There are so many versatile options available from chalkboard paper you can write on to realistic-looking brick, wood and stone, in addition to massive decorative prints. Here are some of our faves that you can put up with ease:

Photo: Urban Outfitters; *This post contains affiliate links

Art Deco

$66.38 & up; HomeArtStickers, Etsy

Leafy

$39 & up; uniqWatercolorStiq, Etsy

Spotted

$62 & up; musewallstudio, Etsy

Chalkboard

$34.99; Amazon

Watercolor

$64 & up; Betapet, Etsy

Brick

$29.74; Target

Florals

$68 & up; AccentuWall, Etsy

Tile

$27.99; World Market

Wood Panels

$39 & up; Costa Cover, Etsy

Stripes

$59; Urban Outfitters

Hand-Drawn

$299; Wayfair

Stone

$26.49; The Home Depot

Ombre

$81.60 & up; WallabyWalls, Etsy

Scandi

$106.11 & up; HomeArtStickers, Etsy

Dani Caruso
By Dani Caruso
Dani is House One’s assistant editor. As a Norwalk, CT native, Dani graduated from UConn with a BA in Digital Media and Design. This millennial longs for the days of All That, Tamagotchis, and Dunkaroos. When she’s not working, she’s hanging outdoors, playing with her dogs, or watching makeup tutorials on YouTube.

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