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Where to Buy Peel and Stick Wallpaper

As a renter, I’m always looking for clever ways to make updates in my home that aren’t permanent. I am 100% a believer in the power of paint but sometimes I don’t want the headache of painting things back. I played around with peel and stick wallpaper several years ago and really loved the way it looked and how easy it was to remove. I recently put up another accent wall of peel and stick wallpaper in my bedroom and it really gives a wow factor that distracts from the other not-so-pretty parts of a rental home. The removable wallpaper in our room ended up being a gamechanger for the space. In a rental with beige walls that I have no desire to paint (or paint back), it was the perfect solution to bringing some interest to the room in a nonpermanent way. Last week, I shared how to install peel and stick wallpaper. Today, I’m sharing where to find such wallpaper.

Where to Buy Peel and Stick Wallpaper

Where to Buy Peel and Stick Wallpaper

If I’m honest, the hardest part about the whole project of installing the peel and stick wallpaper was actually selecting the wallpaper! Years ago I installed a peel and stick wallpaper in the office of our old house and back then the options were much less than they are now. Today, there are dozens of places to find really great removable wallpaper, giving you hundreds and hundreds of choices. What a treat for renters and those dwelling in temporary spaces – but it can be a little daunting at first glance. I found some good options that I think are pretty great. This will give you a great place to start with finding the perfect peel and stick wallpaper.

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Resources for removable wallpaper:
Amazon | Amazon sells many brands of temporary wallpaper. I got my taupe damask paper from there. I find them to mostly be reasonable in price. My biggest recommendation is to read all the reviews.

Etsy | Like Amazon Etsy sells tons of brands some are mom-and-pop type shops and some seem like a little bigger operations. With a variety of options and prices, it’s a great option. I recommend being specific with your search and reading the reviews. Look at how pretty this moody vintage floral wallpaper.

Walls Need Love | I found a lovely wallpaper for my office in our old house that I loved. Their wallpaper can be pricey so it’s great for a focal wall or a partial wall.

Chasing Paper | They have gorgeous, modern prints but it’s expensive. I’m not sure I’d go this route for a rental unless you found a paper that you absolutely adored!

Society 6 | I love Society 6. You can support artists you love by purchasing art prints, tapestries, wallpaper, and more. I really love their selection of wallpaper. They have full wall murals as well which could be really fun.

Target | I had no idea that Target sold removable wallpaper until one of you guys clued me in. Target’s Opalhouse line has a collection of wallpaper in addition to several other brands available online. I really love this one and it’s a shame I didn’t see it sooner.

Have you found peel and stick wallpaper from somewhere other than somewhere listed above? I’d love to add it to our collection!

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6 thoughts on “Where to Buy Peel and Stick Wallpaper

    1. Hi Rhonda, I haven’t had any problems removing it in the past. We had some installed in our office in our last home and it just peeled right off without damaging the paint. Hope that helps!

  1. I have two china hutches with mirrored backs. One I have painted but left mirror and the other I haven’t covered up with paint because it was a very expensive antique but I would like to try covering up the mirror to see if I like it. Has anyone ever put it over mirror and removed it later?

    1. Hi Vicky, I’ve never tried to put it over a mirror but I don’t think it could hurt to try. I don’t think it would damage the mirror in anyway.

  2. Rifle paper co started selling removable wallpaper in floral prints, and they’re gorgeous. Debating an accent wall in my office!