7 Things to Know Before You Use Peel and Stick Wallpaper

Are you tired of your laundry room’s uninspiring look? Spice it up with peel-and-stick wallpaper! This innovative wall décor solution is perfect for the laundry room and can transform the space like never before. Whether you prefer a minimalist design or a bold statement, stick-on wallpaper offers endless possibilities.

With laundry room stick-on wallpaper, you can easily achieve a stylish and refreshing atmosphere. No need to worry about messy installations or damaging the walls – simply peel and stick! This convenient feature makes peel-and-stick wallpaper the best choice for any DIY enthusiast. Don’t settle for dull walls when you can easily enhance your laundry room with this fantastic wall-covering option.

Now, let’s discuss the benefits of peel-and-stick wallpaper. Firstly, it is incredibly user-friendly. Anyone can handle the installation process, no matter their previous experience with wallpaper. Just peel off the backing and stick it on any clean and smooth surface. It’s that simple!

Not only is peel-and-stick wallpaper easy to install, but it is also easy to remove without leaving any residue or damaging the walls. This makes it a fantastic option for those who like to change up their space frequently or for renters who can’t make permanent changes.

If you’re wondering about the quality, don’t worry! Peel and stick wallpaper reviews confirm the durability and long-lasting nature of this material. It can withstand the humidity and occasional splashes that come with a laundry room environment. Rest assured that your chosen peel-and-stick wallpaper will maintain its vibrant appearance for years to come.

So why wait? Say goodbye to boring walls and hello to a laundry room transformation with peel-and-stick wallpaper. Browse through various styles, colors, and patterns of peel-and-stick wallpaper in English and find the perfect match for your laundry room. The stunning results will exceed your expectations!

Peel and Stick Wallpaper for Your Laundry Room

Transform your laundry room with peel-and-stick wallpaper. This easy-to-install solution adds style and personality to your space in no time. Say goodbye to boring walls and hello to a fresh, modern look. With a wide range of designs to choose from, you can create a vibe that suits your taste. Plus, the peel-and-stick feature makes it a breeze to update or change whenever you want. Elevate your laundry room with peel-and-stick wallpaper today!

My Laundry Room Makeover

I decided to give our laundry room a facelift and wanted to do something bold on the walls. I’ve been hearing a ton about peel-and-stick wallpaper and found a pattern that I loved. The reviews were good. The YouTube videos looked easy enough. So I decided to give it a try. This is what I learned.

The laundry room is complete! See the full reveal here!

How long does peel-and-stick wallpaper last?

I originally did this post years ago, and I’m happy to say that I haven’t had one issue with the durability of this wallpaper (it’s now September 2023). It is installed in a high-traffic area, and I’ve kept it relatively clean. All of the corners are staying put, and the color is just as vibrant as it was when I installed it.   

What I learned about peel-and-stick wallpaper

Pick a manageable space. Don’t do what I did and pick a small room with three doors, cabinets, and a washer/dryer to maneuver around.

Pick a simple pattern – or, better yet, no pattern. I feel like I wasted a lot of wallpaper trying to match up the patterns between rows. The good thing about a busy pattern is that it hides the imperfections. Speaking of which…

Throw out your perfectionist tendencies. I wouldn’t have considered myself a perfectionist before starting this project, but holy hell. Lining up the pattern while trying to keep the wallpaper from sticking wrong- or to itself- or to your hair- was a bit of a time-consuming nightmare. I came to terms with it being close enough and promised myself that I wouldn’t stare at the spots I knew were a little off when I used this room.

Peel and stick wallpaper pattern

Don’t do this project in front of your kids. Or just go and put $100 into your swear jar now. I believe I cursed everything from the wallpaper to the builders of our nearly 40-year-old home. Bite your tongue, take deep breaths, and repeat after me, “it will all be worth it.”

Just hang. I tried to follow the directions and precut my pieces, but I couldn’t do it right. Nothing was matching or I cut them short and wasted a ton of material. What worked for me was to pick my starting spot – I chose a corner part of the wall with zero obstructions – and get the top lined up and start sticking. I didn’t cut the piece at the bottom until I had about a foot adhered at the top.

Wallpaper installers are underpaid. I think installing normal wallpaper is easier than installing peel-and-stick because you can move the wallpaper before it sets. Regardless, getting this done right on a consistent basis is an art.

It’s worth it. For all the swearing, sweat, and cost, it looks amazing. It’s exactly what I wanted for this space. See the full reveal of the new laundry room here.

peel and stick wallpaper room

Where can I buy it?

I bought this wallpaper from Target, and they carry lots of different prints. There are also plenty of options on Amazon. You can see a whole list in my Amazon Store.

Peel and stick wallpaper is the perfect solution for adding a touch of style to your laundry room without the hassle of traditional wallpaper installation. With its easy application and removal, you can transform your space in no time. Say goodbye to boring walls and hello to a chic laundry room that inspires you to tackle that never-ending pile of laundry!

Peel and Stick Wallpaper Graphic

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  1. It does look amazing, Alice! You did a fantastic job. I think my favorite tip was to go ahead and put $100 in the swear jar!

  2. Ok, for all the fuss it looks AWESOME!! I watched my mother hang wallpaper in our bathroom years ago and it was definitely a process. I was hopeful that removable would be a bit less fussy than the real deal, but it sounds like it is still a fine art. So what about just doing an accent wall at the end of our hallway? Doable?

    1. Yes! Totally doable! I think using real wallpaper would be easier cause you can smush it around some to get it in place. This one there is no give at all.

  3. I’ve been wondering about peel and stick wallpaper. You’ve convinced me to try it. I loved using wallpaper years ago. Matching the pattern was always a pain. Did you get yours locally? Or, did you buy it online?

    1. I bought it online from Target because they didn’t carry it in my store locally.

  4. I came across your post at a perfect time!! We are relocating next week and I am anxiuos to add some cool touches to our new home and just came across peel & stick wallpaper. You have me a little worried but I think I’ll go for it!

    1. I think it’s worth the strife. I love how it turned out, it really makes a huge visual impact.

      1. As a wallpaper installer, I like the comment that we are underpaid!
        That being said, DON’T bypass the light sanding of the wall before any attempt to hang! Those little invisible pokeys NOW, will telegraph through P&S vinyl in a big way and are VERY difficult to do anything with after the install! It’s tempting to NOT sand but payoff is huge! Just sayin’…

  5. I remember my mom doing her wall paper. She did a log cabin look and the wallpaper had to be put on sideways. You talk about a project. You did a fantastic job and most definitely something i would not do in front of my kiddo.

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  7. I just finished hanging wallpaper in our laundry room as well. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!!!! I learned Bellacor has all of Joanna Gaines’ styles in stock in both wet/dry adhesive and peel and stick types. I too chose one that didn’t have a repeat pattern. My FAVORITE HACK i learned off You Tube is to put masking tap at the top piece you cut so you know which “end is up” and from the bottom, to roll it back up but “inside out”. This was SUPER EASY to hang each piece. The adhesive side faced the wall and as you unroll your cut piece you peel the removable covering towards you. Then with one hand hold the roll and the other hand smooth-as-you-go! A-MAZ-ING!

    1. THAT is a great trick! I’m about to do our guest room/home office and I’m totally gonna try it. Thanks!

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