Decorate Your Apartment with Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper

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If you recently moved into your first apartment, whether it’s with roommates or on your own, you’re undoubtedly excited to decorate it to suit your style! One simple, easily reversible decorating tool that packs a big punch is peel-and-stick wallpaper. Wallpaper Warehouse has an amazing selection of peel-and-stick wallpaper in hundreds of fun styles and colors.

Apartment Living & Decorating

All too often, you move into a new apartment and want to “make it your own,” only to be told that painting and other substantive changes aren’t allowed. It’s disappointing, and you may wonder what — beyond hanging posters and pictures — you can do to dress up your sterile white walls.

Conversely, some landlords and property managers are only too happy to allow you to paint and paper — at your own expense. Aren’t you paying enough in rent already? You shouldn’t have to pay to improve someone else’s property.

How to Use Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper

The perfect solution to both scenarios is peel-and-stick wallpaper. Traditional wallpaper is a semi-permanent decorating tool that usually takes a little bit of elbow grease to remove, so you likely won’t want to use it in a place you don’t own.

But peel-and-stick paper is just that — you simply peel the backing off the paper and stick it to the wall, just as you would any sticker.

Peel-and-stick wallpaper comes off quickly, cleanly and easily too, so when your lease is up, just peel off the paper and be on your way.

Hundreds of Wallpaper Styles & Colors

Wallpaper Warehouse sells peel-and-stick wallpaper in bright florals, animal prints, muted grass cloth, toiles, geometric patterns and hundreds of other exciting styles.

We even have a whole selection of faux building material patterns, including stone, brick, wood and log cabin.

And remember, you don’t have to wallpaper an entire room — you can just do an accent wall! Put up relaxing palms in the living room, picnic plaid in the kitchen and dainty damask in the bedroom.

You don’t even have to limit yourself to walls. You can use wallpaper on the ceiling, on or behind bookshelves or to cover a headboard. You can even use it to create a separate space, like a reading nook.

More Ways to Decorate Apartments

Another fun, easy way to inject a hit of style to an apartment without making major changes is to add some live green plants. And even if you aren’t allowed to paint the walls, you can paint your own paintings and hang them on the walls! It doesn’t matter if you have talent — check out this quick and easy painting tutorial.

We hope we’ve given you some fun ideas for how to dress up an apartment without spending a lot of money or violating the rules of your lease. Check out our other products suitable for apartments as well, including murals and decals. Wallpaper Warehouse loves helping you make your surroundings more beautiful!

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