Are you looking for a way to update your historic Pennsylvania home without making any permanent changes? If so, removable wallpaper may be the perfect solution for you!
Removable wallpaper is a great way to add a pop of colour or pattern to your walls without committing to a specific design. Plus, it’s easy to install and remove, which makes it a great option for renters or people who are unsure about what design they want.
There are many different types of removable wallpaper available, so you can find one that perfectly matches your style. If you’re looking for something fun and funky, there are options with bright colours and bold patterns. If you prefer a more subtle look, there are also designs with muted colours and delicate patterns.
Ready to add some personality to your walls? Here are a few tips for installing cute removable wallpaper.
The first step is to measure the walls and purchase the removable wallpaper that you will use. Be sure to buy enough to cover your wall space without leaving any spaces or gaps. When you’re deciding on a design, it’s also important to remember that designs with large circles or blocks of colour work best in larger rooms and spaces. Designs with smaller details and patterns work well for smaller rooms because they won’t leave as much blank space on your walls.
After you’ve purchased your tropical leaves wallpaper, unroll it and smooth it out so that there are no wrinkles or creases anywhere on the paper. You can put painters tape along the top of your wallpaper so that it doesn’t get dirty as you unpacking other items from your home. If the first piece of wallpaper is damaged or creased, you can take it back and exchange it for another one that isn’t creased or wrinkled.
When you’re ready to start hanging your removable wallpaper, begin in an inconspicuous place. This could be a small closet, hallway, bathroom, etc. Slowly unroll the paper as you attach it to your wall so as not to rip it as well as to ensure that there are no wrinkles or bubbles in the paper.
Use removable double-sided tape along with a paint roller or other flat object such as a yardstick to smooth out any wrinkles or bubbles that may appear on your wallpaper after peeling off the backing and attaching it to your wall. Be sure that the tape is stuck to your wall and not just your wallpaper so that it doesn’t leave a sticky residue on your walls after removing the paper.
When you’re finished with one piece of removable wallpaper, hang the next piece in the same way as the first – by lining it up with pieces already attached to your wall and slowly unrolling it as you smooth out any wrinkles or creases.
Continue hanging each piece until you’ve hung all of them and then go around and check for any areas that need more tape along the top edge. Apply more tape if needed and then trim off any excess wallpaper at the floor.
The last step is to remove all of the backing from each strip of removable wallpaper and apply pressure over each area that has been attached to your wall with a dry rag or sponge. This helps glue the removable wallpaper to your walls and ensures that it won’t fall down in the near future.