For example, if you have industrial furniture in your dining area, you should go for darker shades with bold patterns. Consider colors like grey or ash with geometric patterns or linear design.
Likewise, if you have rustic furniture in your living room, you can go for vintage designs and patterns.
The idea is to blend your wallpapers to go along with the other elements in the room.
So, you’ve got the gist, we believe.
Now, here’s how you use these peel and stick wallpapers.
Step 1. Preparing the wall
Your first step would be preparing the wall where you want to hang the wallpaper. It could be your bedroom wall or the one with the mantel in the living room. And, of course, you’re using the best removable wallpaper for your designs so you wouldn’t want to damage them in any way.
To prepare the wall, you’ll need to remove any dirt that may be deposited on the wall.
Use a clean damp cloth to wipe off any dirt or debris that may be there. You can additionally wipe with a dry cloth too to remove any moisture. But make sure you use a lint-free cloth to clean the wall.
Step 2. Hanging the wallpaper
The wall is now all set to be spruced up with easy-to-use peel and stick wallpaper.
You can begin marking the boundaries of your print or decor art. Use a set scale to find the correct alignment with the ceiling or the floor (whichever you wish to use as your reference line).
Now place the first piece as closely aligned with the markers as possible. Don’t worry, even if you fail to do it the correct way the first time. You can always remove the wallpaper and readjust it easily.
And then comes the easiest and most fun part; repeating the pattern or the motif.
Note: You should also try to buy a few extra pieces to compensate for any piece that you may accidentally damage.
Step 3. Smooth it out
Steps 2 and 3 would rather go hand in hand. As you place each piece you should use a smoothing tool such as a roller or a rubber swipe to remove any trapped air from beneath the paper.
There could also be tiny air bubbles that may have somehow escaped the smoothing process. Not to worry, they can also be easily dealt with.
Use a razor to pierce or create a small aperture in the bubble. It should allow the air to escape. And you can then smooth out the paper by pressing it with your thumb.