This Magnolia Home peel and stick wallpaper is a simple and easy way to bring new life to a space...
This Magnolia Home peel and stick wallpaper is a simple and easy way to bring new life to a space. Adhesion can be problematic on certain types of walls. Nonetheless we found lining the back of our cabinets with it added a unique look and feel. It was east to cut and then you just peel and stick it on. It has held up great in our cabinets. Possibly due to it not being exposed to normal wall wear and tear. Over all an easy way to bring new lift any space!
This product is a superior nonwoven, eco-friendly peel and stick wallpaper, which removes easily ...
This product is a superior nonwoven, eco-friendly peel and stick wallpaper, which removes easily in full strips without damage to surfaces. Hand loomed, stacked, triangles undulate from small to large creating the look of a tribal blanket pattern on a woven background. Self-adhesive peel and stick
Premum Non-Woven / Luxury Finish
Eco-Friendly / Vinyl Free
Easy to Hang
Removes in Full Strips
Love this paper. I am a huge fan of peel-n-stick wall paper because it is so easy to apply and th...
Love this paper. I am a huge fan of peel-n-stick wall paper because it is so easy to apply and there are so many projects you can use it for. This particular design looks almost like fabric so it was a great choice for covering the top of a cedar chest I painted as well as some other items I'll be using in the same room. It was so much easier than reupholstering the chest's top cushion and there was plenty of the roll to spare for other projects. It's hard to distinguish the shades of the colors on this paper from the pics, but the blue is a faded grayish-blue and the base is a yellowish off-white. I was initially afraid it was too yellow and wouldn't compliment the bright white I painted the chest, but I think it turned out terrific! Of course, now I want some different hardware. It was also easy to correct minor mistakes. I had a couple of pieces accidentally sick together but they pulled apart with some care and didn't lose adhesion. I also pulled another spot around a corner too hard but used a matching pattern piece to make a totally camouflage cover. Peel and sticks are also great for accent walls because you don't need to add trim board to your edges. Thumbs up!
I have to say this is not your mom's old peel and stick contact paper. I'm not sure how they man...
I have to say this is not your mom's old peel and stick contact paper. I'm not sure how they manage to get it to stick so well and yet be able to be removed and re-applied without any issues. The quality of the paper is really exceptional, quite heavy weight and able to hide small imperfections on the wall that it's being adhered to. I also really love the soft muted blue/gray combo, and the pattern although a little dizzying when seen close up, is really pretty when seen overall on a wall.
This review is for the 34 sq ft Magnolia Home Willow and the Vantage Point Peel and Stick Wallpap...
This review is for the 34 sq ft Magnolia Home Willow and the Vantage Point Peel and Stick Wallpapers by Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines. I’m not a fan of wallpaper, but I do like to use it to line drawers and shelves. For this review I used it to line drawers in a cupboard that I’m refinishing. The finish on the wallpaper has a nice feel to it and is durable . . . I say it’s durable because the two round stickers that hold the roll closed are a pain to remove and leave a residue on the paper that I could not get off. I used adhesive remover and rubbed really hard to try to remove the residue, but to no avail. However, in all that rubbing and with the chemical remover, it did not damage the surface of the paper. I’d call that durable. Because of the residue, I cut off about 6” before I started measuring for the inside of the drawer. I used a new blade in a box cutter and still got rough edges on the cut (I tried cutting with a straight edge out of the drawer box and then I tried putting the sheet inside the box and, using a straight edge, cut to size. In both cases the cut edges were not clean cut; kind of ragged, like cloth. If that makes sense.). I cannot speak to the removability as I did not adhere the paper to the drawer bottom. No stars lost for this, but I would have liked to have a cutting grid printed on the back of the wallpaper because the patterns on the front are not symmetrical (which is not a negative except that I like to use it to square up my cuts). I did drop a star for the residue left by the stickers and the ragged edges. FYI: The instructions are rolled-up inside the roll of wallpaper.
An attractive pattern by a popular designer. It applies easily, can be re-positioned without any ...
An attractive pattern by a popular designer. It applies easily, can be re-positioned without any significant loss of adhesion. I was curious if it would apply securely to a textured wall surface. It sticks without any problem to my deckled wall. The wallpaper is thick enough to not show any minor texture or color variations of the wall under it. So long as you follow instructions and use a new, sharp blade with a metal straight edge for cutting it, your seams will be invisible. There is no residue or damage to the wall when you remove it after a short while. I don't think it will leave a mark over time, but haven't tried it yet.
Low stick wallpaper It does what it is supposed to do. We put this behind the kitchen back splash...
Low stick wallpaper
It does what it is supposed to do.
We put this behind the kitchen back splash area which we believe is a perfect use for it; we can peel it off each year and replace it with new stuff.
The adhesive is like high strength post it notes, not like contact paper where once you put it down it is very difficult to move it..
We had to re-position the wallpaper during the application process, and it was fairly easy to remove and re-stick.
Will it come off in a year after we splash all kinds of gunk and stuff on it; that is the big question.
A bit of the answer comes when we had to re-position the wallpaper
Very little of the paint came off when we had to re-position the wallpaper, just a few specks.
Tune in a year from now when we try to peel it off.
We give it a 5 since it does what it is supposed to do, and we cannot see a year into the future.
We like this low stick wallpaper a lot.
Great quality! I have used peel and stick wallpaper before, but this product is, by far, the best...
Great quality! I have used peel and stick wallpaper before, but this product is, by far, the best I have tried!
It is heavy- duty weight paper that applies like a dream. All that was necessary to install were a pair of scissors, a sharp edged razor knife and a plastic smoothing tool.The quality of the paper is such, that I had minimal air bubbles that were very easy to smooth out by working from top center to bottom edges diagonally, using a simple plastic smoothing device. I used it on our breakfast bar/ room divider to add a little interest to an otherwise dull corner, but my photos don't really do it justice. It is far more attractive in reality than in the photos, with a nice subtle woven blanket pattern in a muted blue. I would definitely recommend this product!
With the first sheet, some care has been taken when installing it, especially if on a high wall. Once the backing paper has been pulled away from the wallpaper about a foot from the top and I had positioned it on the wall, I would now let the whole sheet fall away. That way I can see easily if it is in a straight line that follows the spirit level mark. Regardless of other ways people to it, I prefer using the edge of the palm of my hand to wean out any air bubbles using a 45 angle from the top and downwards. Any wrinkles, then stop, pull the paper up to that point. I personally only pull the backing down by using both hands about 2 feet at a time. The second and subsequent sheets I followed the same procedure with an excellent success rate. The wallpaper is thick enough and does not tear easily. In fact, I never found any issues at all with tearing. The pattern is vibrant and easily sticks to the surface and if required, use both hands either side of the paper to pull it up and again is quite easy. But be aware that if not careful and you allow the wallpaper to fold in on itself, thus sticking to each other, it will take much patience to unravel them. On the one roll, I completed 3 strips 72 inches high. An excellent finish with excellent wallpaper. This product is very versatile in the fact that not only is it a removable wallpaper but is also an ideal covering for other projects I have used different styles for (see photos. The roll I used on my scratched and worn computer desk has been on for some 12 months now as well on some cupboards/cabinets surfaces in the basement/bedroom and still remain in excellent condition with no sign of scratches or wear, despite 3 young kids