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Shop my favorite sources for peel-and-stick wallpaper. This self adhesive wallpaper comes in a variety of patterns, colors, and styles. The best part: it’s completely removable!

As a renter, I am a huge fan of temporary wallpaper.  Wallpaper has come a long way.  We’re not talking about your grandma’s wallpaper anymore, people.

Shop my favorite sources for peel-and-stick wallpaper.

Shop my favorite sources for peel-and-stick wallpaper.

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Peel and Stick wallpaper is fairly easy to install, comes in a variety of patterns and colors, and is easy to remove when you move.  Whether you are a renter looking for a damage-free decor option, or are a home owner not ready for a permanent commitment, temporary wallpaper is a fantastic option.

Today I’m sharing my favorite sources for temporary wallpaper.  I tried to select more affordable sources, since wallpaper can be extremely expensive.  I don’t know about you, but $300 wallpaper isn’t quite in my budget – especially in a rental.

Most of these cost less than $50 per roll.  You can usually cover a small wall with one roll – or a large space with two or three.  Just to give you an idea, I did my subway tile back splash project with one roll.  I had a bit of waste getting the pattern to line up, had a few mistake cuts, and still had wallpaper left over.

Related: Want to quickly and easily change the look of your floors? Shop all of my favorite self-adhesive floor tile and tile decal stickers.

How to Install Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper

Watch this quick video to see my tips for installing wallpaper. It’s easier than you think!

Removable Wallpaper

Let’s go shopping!

Just click on each image to be directed to the source for each wallpaper pattern.


If you aren’t shopping on Etsy for home decor, you’re missing out!  There are so many great options, I could spend all day just browsing!

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I’m pretty much obsessed with all things home decor from Target, and their Devine Color line is no exception.  I recently used their paint on a furniture project (loved it!) and have used their removable wallpaper twice.  The first project had to come down (courtesy of my children who were very naughty).  The wallpaper didn’t damage the walls and it left no sticky residue behind.  Plus, I think it’s pretty easy to work with.

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Target’s website also sells Tempaper Self-Adhesive Removable Wallpaper.  It’s a bit pricier than the Devine Color brand.  The patterns are a bit more modern, and they have some nice nursery options as well.

JoAnn Fabrics

I include this option strictly because of JoAnn’s awesome coupon program.  Don’t get sticker shock when you see these prices.  JoAnn regularly (like, weekly) offers 40% off coupons. JoAnn carries WallPops brand NuWallpaper.  It’s a product that I actually used to update a clearance bookshelf from Target last year.


Your options are a bit more limited than the other sources I’ve listed.  BUT… all of these options come with free prime shipping.  Hooray!

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These options are a bit more on the pricey side, but Anthropologie offers some amazing patterns and colors to choose from. There’s a serious swoon factor for some of these patterns!

(be careful and read the product descriptions. Some Anthro wallpaper is peel-and-stick and others are traditional that require paste)

Want more peel-and-stick inspiration? Don’t miss these vinyl floor tiles and decals:

Flooring can be expensive and messy to install. Give vinyl floor tile a try for a mess-free, quick, easy, and inexpensive flooring solution. Just cut, peel, and stick them in place! No special tools required.

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  2. I am wondering what type of wall surfaces and finishes you had when you used these different papers. i was looking at the Devine line from Target, but then i read that flat surfaces are not recommended, which is exactly what I have in my apartment. Any help in choosing for a flat surfaced wall?

    1. Hi Priscilla – Is there any chance they were talking about flat paint, not flat surfaces? You want a smooth wall (not textured) for this to work well. But I imagine this wouldn’t work very well on a flat paint sheen.

  3. I was wondering if this would work on wood paneling. The new place we are renting has wood paneling on one wall and I would like to cover it up since we can’t paint it.

      1. Actually I just recently read about a product that you can lay down on wood paneling/textured surfaces that is (likewise) stick-on that CREATES a flat surface onto which you can lay temp paper/TemPaint, etc–
        Apparently they sell it at Home Depot and the like!!!
        So worry not– Temp Alterations can yet be made!!!

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