How to Create a Beautiful Accent Wall Using Walls Republic Wallpaper!

Sherre M
by Sherre M
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I've been wanting to do an accent wall in my hair salon for a while now, so when Hometalk and Walls Republic wallpaper ask me to try their wallpaper I jumped at the chance! WOW, this wallpaper is unlike any I've ever used! The wallpaper I've used in the past had been difficult and so messy- not so with Walls Republic! I simply rolled the paste on the wall with a regular paint roller. The wallpaper I've used before had to be soaked in water or the paste brushed onto the back which is very time consuming!
First strip of paper on old wall.
Walls Republic's wallpaper is a superb quality paper, thick with great texture. It really looks like an expensive tile. Some of my clients thought I had put stone tile up until they got up close and touched it!
Up-close view.
Not having to soak and find a place to paint the paste on and clean up all the mess made applying so easy and fast! Another GREAT aspect is this paper is easy to remove, unlike the old paper of years ago that was almost impossible to take down!
Look how this went from a plain boring grey wall to something that looks stunning! I love it so much I just ordered more!
They have hundreds of beautiful patterns to choose from

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  • Sandy Cook Huff Sandy Cook Huff on Feb 23, 2019

    Gorgeous!!! Would this be durable enough as a kitchen backsplash??

  • Lori Gerich Lori Gerich on Mar 24, 2019

    do you know the name of this exact paper?

  • Suzanne Cox Suzanne Cox on Sep 20, 2020

    First of all, this wallpaper doesn’t even exist from the site. And it’s SUPER expensive!😵 trying to find an inexpensive way for a wall update. Lol

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