This was super easy to do, and I whipped it out on a Saturday morning. One of the great things about this product is that it is repositionable, so you can try a few times to get it right without damaging the product or your walls. I recommend measuring and cutting the pieces to size, then removing just a little of the backing paper so that it is not sticking to itself while you line it up. You then can slowly pull the rest of the backing paper off while slowly spreading the paper down onto the wall.
After a few years, it felt like it was time to do a little update to our laundry room décor (see our original laundry room makeover here). After I tried the Devine Color wallpaper for the kid’s costume closet, I felt confident enough to try the self-adhesive wallpaper out on a bigger space. Plus, they had so many cute patterns that I was looking forward to trying another.
I happened to find the perfect pattern and color (matched our existing laundry room wall paint perfectly) at Target, and using jut one roll ($30), was able to update the wallpaper accent space above our washer and dryer.
The most time-consuming part was lining up the pattern perfectly between sections. However, once you get it right, you can’t see the seam at all.
As you can see here, I did the accent wallpaper behind/above the washer and dryer, and between the shelves. Not a bad room update for a quick Saturday morning project!
If you want to see the rest of the details for this room, see this post here.