cheap peel and stick wallpaper

Whether you’re decorating while renting and don’t want to commit to painting or you just want to add an easy pop of color or pattern to your room, cheap peel and stick wallpaper is an excellent choice. The trick is to look for high quality, long-lasting products that won’t damage the drywall when you take them down, and are durable enough to stand up to some moisture. We’ve seen rental makeovers put this stuff to good use, from bright floral wallpaper accents in bathrooms to entire rooms clad in peel and stick tiling.

The best cheap peel and stick wallpapers feature designs that can go with any type of decor, from traditional to the wildly popular Japandi style. They’re also easy to install and clean, and won’t ruin walls like a traditional paper or vinyl option would. Some brands will even say you can remove and reapply them over again, though I’d recommend always prepping the wall as per the manufacturer’s instructions to get the most life out of your product.

Budget Bliss: Affordable Style with Cheap Peel and Stick Wallpaper

If paisley wets your whistle or you dream of your grandparents’ linoleum floor (to each their own), check out this bohemian selection from RoomMates Decor. This no-frills brand focuses on simple, muted-pallet patterns that blend in with any color scheme and aren’t likely to be damaged by steam or moisture.

Famed British textile designer William Morris helped revive dying arts in textiles, wallpaper and more during the Arts and Crafts movement, so it’s no surprise that his timeless florals are available at a budget-friendly price point. This wallpaper from Lillian August is the perfect example, with a classic, two-tone palette and small scale design that’ll suit any space.