Clever Ways to Try Out Peel and Stick Wallpaper in Your Granbury Home
Wallpaper was highly popular when first invented and had a resurgence in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was seen as a nuisance and outdated in the late 90's and until just recently. But the popularity of wallpaper has come back. Not necessarily in a cover the entire room from floor to ceiling kind of way, but in an accent wall or mural kind of way.
More and more homeowners are bringing in wallpaper to add a touch of interest to a room. The most popular kind of wallpaper is the new easier-to-use peel-and-stick variety. Wallpaper has become much easier to apply to a wall and incredibly easier to remove, thus it is no longer the giant annoyance it once was. Wallpaper is a great way to bring pattern and color and elevate the design of a room.
But using this new convenient wallpaper is not just limited to an accent wall. There are several ways you can bring wallpaper into your home to add just a touch of pattern, color, or texture to a space without fully committing to a large section of the wall.
Clever Ways to Use Peel and Stick Wallpaper in Your Granbury Home
To Draw Attention to Artwork
Add even more interest to your artwork and draw the eye to your favorite pieces by creating a panel to display your art. Simply place a large square or rectangle of peel-and-stick wallpaper on the wall where you want to place your art. Make sure it is larger than your art piece. Frame the wallpaper with picture frame molding and hang your art in the center. it is a great way to elevate your art and make it feel more luxurious.
On a WhiteBoard or Pinboard
Why not bring some life to those boring organizational tools of whiteboards and pinboards? Using some peel-and-stick paper is a great way to liven up your office space or your home's organizational command center. And when you want a new design it is very simple to switch to a new paper.
To Create a Custom Kitchen Backsplash
Not everyone can afford fancy tiles to install a backsplash. A great way to protect the walls above your countertop in the kitchen and in your bathroom is with the use of peel-and-stick wallpaper. There are even some high-quality papers that mimic the look of tile. With the right pattern, you can fool people into thinking your backsplash actually is tile.
You could go for just a small and almost hidden touch of whimsy by adding wallpaper to your kitchen cabinet toe kick. This is an often forgotten area of the kitchen. It is often an area that can see a fair amount of dirt being next to the floor in the bottom corners of the cabinet face. Use wallpaper to create visual interest and protect the wood at the same time.
You don't have to go all out with a home design trend to bring it into your Granbury home. You could try it in small doses and you may find that it has an elevated touch of luxury that looks better than going all out. There are ways to use peel-and-stick wallpaper without fully committing an entire room to it.
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