I keep standing in my living room and simply staring at it.
I put up wallpaper…!
I recently met home decor company WallsNeedLove and its amazing line of products have been stuck in my head ever since. And it is finally time to share the new WallsNeedLove addition to my home: removable floral wallpaper in our entryway!
I’ve toyed with the idea of wallpaper for some time, but it always seemed overwhelming. How does it stick on? What if it shrinks when it dries? Why is it so expensive? Why are all these patterns so boring? I decided to turn away from the traditional wallpaper route after hearing too many horror stories, but I had to revisit the concept when I saw this all-too-perfect Muted Floral Removable Wallpaper.
WallsNeedLove removable wallpaper doesn’t have those issues; the texture and sticky backing are great, and the patterns are totally bananas. (Like seriously, one is bananas.) The brand was nice enough to send me some wallpaper to try out, and you guys, it is amazing. You only need a few things to get started: clean, dry walls; a razor blade; scissors; a towel; and, if required for your space, a ladder.
The wallpaper comes with easy-to-follow instructions, but here are the basics… Cut about a foot of backing off your first piece of wallpaper and attach it to your clean, dry wall. Use a towel to start rubbing it to the wall, pushing bubbles out as you go. Then, work your way down the piece, slowly pulling the backing off.
Complete the same process for your other pieces, matching the pattern up along the way! All in all, completing our wall took me three hours, about half of which was due to me being stubborn and trying to work will dull tools instead of finding better ones. The texture of this removable wallpaper is nice and thick, which minimized wrinkles, bubbles, and other imperfections.
I couldn’t be happier with the results. And since you already know I like to redecorate our entryway, you shouldn’t be surprised I made a few wallpaper-inspired decor changes. Check out some of the details below.
I cannot wait to style more seasonal looks around this wallpaper. I have a bit of leftovers to use, too! Time to start brainstorming projects…