There’s a reason Mid-Century design has remained so popular over the years. The Walbrook Way Mid-Century wallpaper is a great example. Upon first inspection it looks pretty simple, but get a little closer and you’ll see the beautiful, intricate design. The best part? Fast, free shipping!
⭐️ Our high-quality, lightly textured, fabric blend peel and stick wallpaper is durable, removable, and repositionable. Our wallpapers come with an adhesive backing that is as easy as peel and stick! They are PVC free with water-based inks.
⭐️ SWATCHES ARE FOR QUALITY CHECK ONLY. DESIGNS ARE NOT SCALED DOWN, SO SOME ASPECTS OF THE DISIGN MAY BE CUT OFF.
⭐️ WE RECOMMEND PURCHASING ALL ROLLS FOR A ROOM AT THE SAME TIME. DIFFERENT ROLL SIZES CANNOT BE MIXED-AND-MATCHED.
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Easy install and removal without damaging your walls.
Free, fast shipping!
Our peel and stick wallpaper is durable, removable, and repositionable. Our wallpapers come with an adhesive backing that is as easy as peel and stick! They are PVC free with water-based inks.
How much wallpaper do I need?
To determine the height you will need, round the height of your wall up to the nearest available length, which is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 or 12ft. If you are wallpapering multiple walls in a room, use the height of the tallest wall to measure.
All of our rolls are 24" wide. To calculate how many you will need, measure the full width of your wall in inches and divide by 24". Then round your answer up to the nearest full number, and that's how many rolls you will need.
The wallpaper design is printed at a straight drop, meaning you can hang them straight up next to each other and we include a 1/2" overlap on the right hand side of the roll, and 1" to 2" extra on the bottom to aid in aligning the design when hanging the wallpaper from left to right.
IMPORTANT NOTE‼️ We do not recommend applying our wallpapers over stain-resistant or washable painted walls. They will not stick to these surfaces. If you currently have these types of painted walls, we suggest painting them with a white, flat primer and allow at least 4 weeks for the paint to cure, otherwise the wallpaper may bubble.
You can visit our Wallpaper Installation page for more details.