Whether you're a renter with limited options or just a commitment-phobe, temporary wallpaper is a great design solution for nurseries and kids' rooms. Without the mess and hassle of wallpaper paste, temporary wallpaper adheres to walls the same way contact paper would. The look is essentially the same as the real thing, but it comes with a lot less commitment — perfect for a growing or on-the-move family.
Renters, rejoice! Hygge & West just launched its line of removable wallpaper tiles, and boy, are they are beautiful.
Printed on a matte fabric, the tiles have an adhesive back that is strong but low tack, meaning that it doesn't leave any residue when removed or replaced. Plus, the tiles can be trimmed to size and are reusable. Are we blowing your minds yet? Thought so! Although they would be great used just about anywhere, we were particularly impressed with Hygge & West's wallpapered fridge project and can't wait to try it ourselves. After that, who knows? Our bedroom, hallways, and door backs could all benefit from a little pattern and color! The best part? Our landlord never has to be the wiser.
Here's a post from OnSugar blog CityPeriod.
Generally, when living in a rental apartment or condo, most people focus on their limited-design choices. But there are so many great solutions that are available for us city dwellers. For instance, painting is a great solution for a change, but if this may be prohibited where you live, an alternative could be removable wallpaper.
Wallpaper of old required glue, was difficult to remove, and usually required a professional; now modern wallpaper is easy to remove. Companies like Sherwin-Williams, which has a more traditional look, and Tempaper, which has a modern look, both offer a range of style and colors. Temporary wallpaper is a great choice for just about any room. Whether you own the property or are just renting this is an easy and great change.