By Renae Frey

How to Easily Hang Beautiful Peel and Stick Wallpaper-Step by Step

How to Easily Hang Beautiful Peel and Stick Wallpaper-Step by Step

Hey Friends!

I am so glad that you are here. I so enjoy our time together. Don’t you just love updating the rooms in your house? Especially if it is quick and easy-and makes a huge impact? Me, too! Today, I am going to share how to hang peel and stick wallpaper to update your dining room. Come on, I will show you how I did it.

Doesn’t it look beautiful?

I liked my dining room before, but it lacked warmth, and the character that was there just didn’t show. I wanted to transform it, but I didn’t want to spend a lot of time or money on it. I wanted it to be quick and easy.

The woodwork almost disappears.

I chose to hang a peel and stick wallpaper. I chose a Grass Cloth patterned wallpaper. It is so easy in install. If you don’t have it lined up perfectly, it is super easy to remove and reposition it. And, after a while, if you decide that you don’t want the wallpaper anymore, it’s easily removed. The peel and stick wallpaper is is mess free. No more, wallpaper paste, water or stress.

Step 1: Using a tape measure, measure your wall where you want the wallpaper and add two inches.

Step 2: Start in the corner where it will be seen the most. You wont want any seams or cuts here.

Step 3: Position your wallpaper in place, leaving extra wallpaper at the top and bottom, this way you will have clean cuts along your ceiling and base moldings.

Step 4: Smooth out any air bubbles and make sure that the wallpaper is adhered well to the wall.

Step 5: Using a blade cutter, trim around trim, outlets or at the ceiling. Using a straight edge is very helpful.

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The “Before.”
This is the “after.” Doesn’t it look great?

I love my “grass cloth” wallpaper. It is gorgeous! It adds the warmth that I wanted and it was so easy to do. Get the “grass cloth” wallpaper here.

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Please see the video below to see How to Hang Peel and Stick Wallpaper- A Dining Room Update.

I love how the woodwork stands out now.

I love that the peel and stick is easy to hang and it’s not messy, however, there are a few things that I don’t necessarily love about the peel and stick wallpaper. It doesn’t stick really well. I think that it is because it is removeable. You can see in this picture that there is a gap in the seam. But, it could be user error. Next time that I use it, I will overlap the seams a bit.

There are so many choices and patterns when looking for peel and stick wallpaper, it’s cheap, easy peasy and it’s so easy to remove. It’s a great way to easily transform a room and it’s perfect for the beginner. Here are a few choices that I love.

I enjoy the peaceful feeling of monochromatic design.

I love the transformation of my dining room. I only added the wallpaper and changed out the drapes, but it made a huge difference. And the best part is that I did it in only a couple of hours. You can get the drapes here.

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Here are a few more room remodels-

French Country Powder Bathroom Makeoover

French Country Dining Room Makeover

Our French Country Kitchen

How to Hang Wallpaper-A Refresh of My Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom Makeover

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I found these gorgeous Hide Rugs. They are stunning.

I thought that you might like them as well.

See this gorgeous home tour here.

A Stunning Before and After in Nashville

This lovely home was the home of the late Albert Hadley’s sister, Betsy. Hadley had brought his iconic designs to this home, and they remained untouched for decades, until now.

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9 thoughts on “How to Easily Hang Beautiful Peel and Stick Wallpaper-Step by Step”

  1. Leslie Watkins

    Lovely! You always inspire me with wallpaper.

    1. Awe, you are too sweet. I can’t wait to see what you are going to do with wallpaper soon. Hugs to you.

  2. Joanne

    Trying to get the courage to try the peel and stick. We are renters, soooo. I also love your wall sconces. Silver is one of my favorites. Especially during the fall and winter months. Beautiful home!

    1. You definitely need to try this. It’s so easy and no mess. I would love it if you would show me pics when you are done. You’ve got this!!

  3. Joanne

    You have a beautiful home! Love the peel and stick wallpaper. Safe for renters? Love your silver sconces!

    1. Perfect for renters. The peel and stick wallpapers that I have used, comes off easily and it doesn’t leave any residue. I love the sconces as well. I got them at a vintage marketplace a few years ago. They are one of my favorite finds.

  4. Renae, I had no idea that peel-and-stick wallpaper was so versatile! Your dining room looks absolutely beautiful, and so high-end. Thanks for the video demonstrating how you applied the paper.

    Thanks so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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