Day 137: Removable Wallpaper!

by MJ Gourd


Day 137 of 365 Days of a Happy Home!

Years ago there was a serious fear factor regarding wallpaper.  It was a fairly permanent endeavor! You had to like the image on the paper enough to look at it every day for a very  long time!  Welcome to the 21st century where wallpaper has morphed into an accessory.  It is now easily removable with many options available as "peel and stick"!.  Now wallpaper can be changed with the seasons.  It can be removed from a rental home and reinstalled in a new home!  You can even design your own!  Check out some fun ways to use "peel and stick" wallpaper:  

 I found this adorable removable wallpaper on Etsy in a store called  Water   Color Workshop .  This little nook is so adorable with the water color carrots that you don't mind that its a bit tight in here!  

I found this adorable removable wallpaper on Etsy in a store called Water Color Workshop.  This little nook is so adorable with the water color carrots that you don't mind that its a bit tight in here!  

 I found this image on  One Kings Lane;  whomever staged this did a great job!  They will be able to remove the wallpaper and replace with something else for the next photo shoot!

I found this image on One Kings Lane; whomever staged this did a great job!  They will be able to remove the wallpaper and replace with something else for the next photo shoot!

 I often find inspiration in other designers work. Here, Mayme Baker Studio has not only added this fun wallpaper to the vestibule, they've adorned the 5th wall (the ceiling) with a coordinating paper!  Bravo!

I often find inspiration in other designers work. Here, Mayme Baker Studio has not only added this fun wallpaper to the vestibule, they've adorned the 5th wall (the ceiling) with a coordinating paper!  Bravo!

 The  Wall Sticker Company  has produced a removable paper that looks like an old brick wall.  Pretty believealbe! 

The Wall Sticker Company has produced a removable paper that looks like an old brick wall.  Pretty believealbe! 

 Lastly,  Water Color Workshop ( on Etsy) has re imagined a vintage wall paper with fresh colors and as "peel and stick"!  Where will you use removable wallpaper?  Share your creations with us! 

Lastly, Water Color Workshop (on Etsy) has re imagined a vintage wall paper with fresh colors and as "peel and stick"!

Where will you use removable wallpaper?  Share your creations with us!