by Stylebycasanova
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This is a great DIY for both our personal and rental home. Easy to apply and easy to remove. Add a level of elegance to any room. Measure your space to make sure you have enough rolls. On average 3 to 4 boxes is needed.
Hi loves this is a very simple way to glam up a standard wall

Step 1: If you have any outlets on the wall remove the plate

Step 2: Remove the faux brick vinyl paper from the package/ measure the wall and the wall paper and then cut.

Step 3: Be sure the second cut piece matches up to the first.... and continue the process throughout the entire wall.

The process is simple but please take your time, happy install
before... side view
after... front view
... floor view
side view
Suggested materials:
  • Wallpaper   (home depot)
  • Smoother   (wallpop)
  • Utility knife   (wallpop)
Frequently asked questions
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  • Donna Donna on Dec 07, 2016
    If you went up to the ceiling wouldn't it make it easier to get them straight?

  • Txg12906394 Txg12906394 on Dec 08, 2016
    Would this work on textured walls?

  • Lisa Lisa on Dec 15, 2016
    How many rolls did you use? BTW, I love it and think I'm going to try it.

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  • Nancy Nancy on Dec 08, 2019

    I loved your calm voice and detailed instructions. You gave me the confidence to try this by remaining calm and continuing to move forward when the alignment was difficult. The end result was Beautiful! I don't know your profession but I think you would be a great teacher due to your calm approach. Thank you for sharing!

  • Flipturn Flipturn on May 23, 2021

    Always take the light switch covers off before wallpapering.

    That way you need to cut only a little circle around the protruding outlets. Simple screw the cover back on over the paper once the paper has dried.

    It's a lot easier, and more forgiving, than cutting against the edge of the cover.