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As a renter with of a love of the wallpaper trend, I cry a little bit every time I see a design I love.

temporary wallpaper

Finally, there is a solution for those of us who aren’t able to (or don’t want to) fully commit to permanent wallpaper: Tempaper. The self-adhesive, repositionable wallpaper works a lot like drawer-liner and from the video, looks like it’s just about as easy to hang. I love that the pressure of lining up patterns just-so is relieved knowing you can redo your work, if necessary.

8 Responses

  1. I've yet to work with this stuff, other than Roommates Peel and Stick vinyl decals (which amazingly peel right off). I hope more people discover this "trend". Particularly those who rent and can not paint or customize their space. I see people asking what they can do in rental situations all the time. This is their answer. And since wallpaper is such a "commitment" and hassle to remove, this would be a great way to try a new look for the homeowner too. You just need flat wall without texture.

  2. Hilary_HGTV says:

    That is the best idea. I love wallpaper too, but I'm so fickle with trends. One day I'll love the funkiest, graphic wallpaper designs and the next I'll be in love with floral patterns. You've inspired me. I think I might just buy some to spruce up my new apt.

  3. Kayla@HGTV says:

    I can't paint in the new place, so I think this will be a necessity to liven up the standard beige walls.

  4. Briana@HGTV says:

    My current apartment came with a stainless-steel looker, but I really could have used this in my last place to spruce up the old plain jane fridge! Ah, well. Next time.

  5. Shell@HGTV says:

    Thanks so much for sharing, now I have googled this info and there are very few places in NYC that carry temp paper. Any suggestions?

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