The 10 Best Peel and Stick Wallpapers
This wiki has been updated 13 times since it was first published in June of 2018. Applying or removing traditional wallpaper can be a tedious project, but there are easier alternatives, like these peel and stick options that don’t involve messy, smelly pastes. You can just pull off the backing to adhere them, and they’re easy to reposition, too. And when it’s time to redecorate, you’ll appreciate that they don't leave behind a residue. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best peel and stick wallpaper on Amazon.
Hygge & West Otomi Tiles The design of these sticky tiles was inspired by traditional embroidered textiles from the Otomi people of Mexico. They come in your choice of turquoise, taupe, red, or pewter, and they’re simple to remove and reuse, as needed. This makes them ideal for renters and any temporary installation. Each 24x24-inch tile conveniently contains one full pattern, and each set contains two tiles. They’re available on a made-to-order basis. hyggeandwest.com
Whimsical Floral Removable Wallpaper If you like bold, elaborate designs on your walls, check out this selection from Urban Outfitters, which features snakes, flowers, and plants in just about every color imaginable. It’s great for an accent wall – or, for the truly daring, an entire room. You’ll receive one 24x48-inch strip of wallpaper in an all-over repeating pattern. It’s easy to spot clean and is made in the United States. urbanoutfitters.com
October 03, 2019:
If you’re partial to papered walls (or furniture or drawers), you may be wondering just where these convenient peel and stick wallpapers have been all of your life. You’ll likely spend less than half the time and effort to install them (and later remove them) that you would with traditional wallpapers. They come in an array of designs, ranging from three-dimensional to flowery selections to those that give off an old-fashioned parlor feel. Our selection has all of these and more.
Joining the list in today’s update is the RoomMates Bohemian, which features large, kaleidoscopic shapes in a striking combination of oranges and blues. It will look great not just for covering walls, but also for spots like the faces of a set of drawers, doors on a TV cabinet, or even the insides of picture frames. It also comes with a set of decorating ideas, which may come in handy if you have any left over from your main project.
Retaining its top spot is another selection from RoomMates – the Blue Distressed, which can add a relaxed, coastal feel to any space from your beach house to your city apartment. It’s easy to apply and looks good running either vertically or horizontally.