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Fun Ways to Use Peel and Stick Wallpaper for the Holiday Season

What is peel and stick wallpaper? It is permanent or temporary wallpaper that comes with an adhesive backing. If it has a pattern, you may have do a slight overlay or very tight seal to ensure the panels line up properly.
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Peel and stick wallpaper can be easily wiped down with a damp cloth and comes in many fun colours and patterns – including holiday themes. Here are some fun ways to use peel and stick wallpaper to give your home an extra boost of cheer.

Deck the Halls

While a full hallway coverup would be ardours, there is nothing wrong with horizontal strip or a few evenly placed vertical strips of wallpaper. Use these as a background for holiday photos, or to simply deck the halls.

Festive Stairs

Trim the wallpaper to use between each the steps on a staircase. This is a fun idea if your stairs lead up (or down) to where the Christmas tree is located.

Line the cupboards

It’s not just for walls! If you swap out your dining dishes with the season, change the contact paper in your cupboards too. Line them with holiday peel and stick wallpaper to maximize the joy of the season.

Redo a Room

With the right equipment and several helping hands, making over an entire room for the holiday season can be a fun family project. Just make sure you use temporary wallpaper for this, and ensure you read the manufacturers’ instructions so you do not damage the paint or have the paper stick when you are ready to remove it.

Where to Get Peel and Stick Wallpaper

Contact paper for shelves can be found at dollar stores. Larger rolls and panels for walls are available at Home Depot, Wayfair, Amazon and speciality home stores.

Have Fun!

You don’t have to be an interior designer to revamp your home for the holidays. The solution can be as simple as temporary peel and stick wallpaper. Find a design you love and change up the look of your home for the season.

This story is brought to you by Great West Media Content Studio. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of the editorial staff.

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