Makeover with Removable Wallpaper

I'm so excited to share the makeover we tackled this weekend with removable wallpaper from Rocky Mountain Decals!

Do you remember the mini-makeover we gave our daughters' room before Christmas? Here was the mood board I put together for inspiration.

 

We sold the toddler beds from IKEA and decided to incorporate my antique bed from college. My 3 year old had recently added her own "creative art" with ink pen to one wall, but this gave me the idea to do a fun accent wall with wallpaper vs. paint again. I selected the vintage brick removable wallpaper from Rocky Mountain Decals. To shop, click the link below.

 

For reference, here is a look at the wall before. 

 We started this project on Saturday and I was amazed how easy it was to install. The wallpaper came in 6 long strips and we simply removed the paper backing and applied the self-adhesive wallpaper. We started on the left and worked out way from top to bottom.


                                                 

Very few tools were required. Rocky Mountain Decals sent over an item (similar to a credit card) to help the wallpaper adhere and smooth out the air bubbles. I also used a utility knife to cut the wallpaper around our windows and trim. A few other supplies we used were a step stool, tape measure and scissors. 

                                                          

Overall, this was a super easy project. We took our time, but this could have been completed in a hour or so. Ours was just a bit tricky since we had windows to cut around. I love the texture it added to our girls' room! Here's the before and after.

                                        

If you would like to see some more behind the scenes, please head over to my Instagram account and look for the "Removable Wallpaper" highlight reel. We are so happy with the way their room turned out. I'm planning to add some new blinds or window treatments eventually, but what we have works for now :) I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. 

 As always, thanks for stopping by the blog and following along on our renovation journey.

Xx,

Amy 

 

This is a sponsored blog post, but all opinions are my own.  


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