How to make a faux shiplap wall (completely temporary & damage-free) using realistic peel-and-stick shiplap wallpaper. Get the farmhouse look without construction!
Use shiplap wallpaper to update any space.
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It’s no secret that I love, love, LOVE peel-and-stick wallpaper. It instantly changes any space, without major hassle or expense. Plus, when you’re ready for a change, you just peel it away. It’s a fantastic decorating tool for homeowners and renters alike.
After perfecting my wallpaper application technique installing a wallpaper subway tile backsplash in our previous rental, I felt confident filling a complete wall for my next project, I bought this removable wallpaper online, and used it to update my new home office/craft room. In about an hour, this wall got a new look.
my faux shiplap wall update
Here’s a little lime-lapse video of the whole transformation:
The product description online shows how many square feet a roll will cover, but for reference, I used three rolls on this wall.
Are you ready to take the plunge with temporary wallpaper? Here are my favorites: