peel and stick wallpaper finished

How to Install Peel and Stick Wallpaper from Amazon

Peel and stick wallpaper was kind of a no-brainer for our bathroom after I realized that we didn’t have enough room to do vertical shiplap. This pattern ended up working out better than I could have imagined. I was looking for a way to add kid-friendly vibes and this pattern really knocked it out of the park for me.

Watch the Video: How to Install Peel & Stick Wallpaper

I fell in love with this pattern that I found on Amazon! It’s busy, which makes it interesting to look at, but it’s completely void of color. So it’s not overwhelming to take in!

peel and stick wallpaper application

There were two patterns I was between choosing. If you’re interested in either of them, you can click on them below to purchase from Amazon.


Application was really easy once I got the hang of what I was doing. The adhesive was very forgiving, so it’s not like it’s permanently stuck once you put it on the wall. You can re-peel and try again until you get it how you like it. At first I tried using a gift card to smooth out the wallpaper. But I realized that this technique wasn’t working out for me.

peel and stick wallpaper wrinkle

This is not the most expensive peel and stick wallpaper on Amazon. It’s actually very thin and feels slightly plasticky, which I kind of expected because of the price.

It started to look like it was going to rip in places that I got too aggressive with the gift card. So I pulled off the entire strip and started over, this time using my hand. That did the trick for me! A light swipe with the side of my hand and part of my wrist gave me a smooth finish on the wall.

peel and stick wallpaper finished

I had lots of help from dogs on this particular DIY! That’s me and my Lady girl. We did this DIY a couple of weeks after she recovered from a stroke. I’m so thankful she’s had a full recovery since then and has continued to be a part of projects at The DIY Doghouse.

Here’s a look at the completely finished bathroom!

finished bathroom renovation

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