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November 7, 2012


Being a renter, wallpapering my home is not an option. But I stumbled across this removable wallpaper from Spoonflower!  And the icing on the cake?


You can design your own! 





Can I get a 

"Hal-le-lu-jah!"

I can't wait to explore all the designs on the site or even try to design my own! The possibilities are endless!

Curious to know it anyone out there has tried removable wallpaper? Does it live up to it's name by being easily removable?

XO Barbara


14 comments:

  1. WHAT!? Incredible! I would LOVE to do this in Halle's room... but I don't even know how long we'll be in this house. I know we'll be staying out here AT LEAST another year... but will we stay in this house? Who knows! I'd love to hear what others have to say about this though...

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  2. Such a great concept! I love their fabrics and have ordered from there before. I didn't know they were removable! That is very exciting. You going to try it?

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    1. I am not sure how long we are going to be here so I am not sure....maybe the powder room? I LOVE the woods wallpaper from Cole and Sons, maybe a copy cat?

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  3. I just wallpapered the inside of some bookcases with Tempaper. I was pretty happy with the results. Doing a full room or wall even would be more of a challenge, and definitely a two person job. It really does come off easily. (I positioned and repositioned it many times...) I'm not sure whether it would leave a residue on the wall when you peel it off after an extended period.

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    1. Isn't wallpapering always a 2 person job? I remember helping my mom in the 80's, you know when you wallpapered and bordered every square inch of your home?

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  4. Whaaaaaaa ? To top it off, it looks as though it comes in some great prints too.

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  5. This could be so much fun and not-so-committal as regular wallpaper. I know wallcandy arts also has removable wallpaper for kids in some pretty cool prints.

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  6. How cool is this. I'll be checking it out too! Love that it's for the commitment-phobe!

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  7. Wow, love that idea! Even for non renters, great for the committment phobes!

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  8. oh ... .here is the idea!! My friend is just moving into a rental and asking me to help! Landlord doesn't allow holes or paints on walls!! any walls!! this may just be our solution to cold white walls!

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  9. I love this idea. It really is a great way to change your mind.

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  10. I'm interested to hear how it holds up over time if it's easily removable, but maybe it works like wall decals?

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