Friday, March 8, 2013

Removable, Reusable (i.e., Fun) Wallpaper

I've clearly been living in a cave. I never knew that removable wallpaper existed. Now I want to try some (in a small way), but right now I have no place to put it, so I'm just going to post a few of the fun designs I found on Amazon.


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Image used in a kitchen (from the Amazon listing above)

Although you can buy actual wallpaper (below), most of what I've shown here might be called wall decals.

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This removable, reusable Spock decal is 51 inches tall and there's also a McCoy for you Star Trek fans. 
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Or maybe a border... (Link to below. Sorry about the space. The image has a large white border).
Many of the choices were meant for a child's room (makes sense, since their tastes will change in just a few years), but there were still plenty of designs meant for grownups. Some of the key words I used in my search  (other than wallpaper, decals, wall stickers, wall border, wall decor or wallpaper borders) were removable, reusable, or peel and stick, but if you key in "peel and stick", make sure that it's also easily removable.


5 comments:

  1. For years, until we re-painted, my daughter had glow in the dark stars & fairies on her wall. One time when my Mother visited she slept in there & thought that everyone needs fairies to go to sleep by.

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  2. My 25-year-old daughter STILL has Scooby-Doo removable stickers on her wall. In fact, one was finally removed last week because it didn't stick as well as the others (being on an outside wall).

    I buy them all the time for my scrapbooking supplies. Technically, my scrapbooking supplies aren't just for scrapbooking: I also use them for decorating presents, and matching homemade greeting cards with their envelopes - so the bigger stickers are usually used on big gifts. I stock up on big balloon stickers and baby stickers the most, as they are what I usually find at the dollar stores (and Winnie-the-Pooh/Disney giant stickers are available too).

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  3. My sons had stars and planets on their ceiling, but they weren't the easily removable or reusable kind. We took them off years ago, but there was still a shadow of where they'd been remaining. A couple of months ago when we conceded that they were both on their own and unlikely to return anytime soon, we redecorated the room. But it was kind of sad to paint over those stars.

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  4. Mary, I love your mother's comment (and I agree(!

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  5. Elaine, what a great use for them!

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