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Ready to bring the seventies back with a nod to the halcyon days of flared trousers and bold design? Then it’s time to transform your walls with some far out retro wallpaper!
This Trippy wallpaper harks back to the halcyon days of the 1960s and 1970s so dig out your old flares, tie flowers in your hair and relive the sounds of the time with this beautiful 60s wallpaper. The durability of this modern Super Fresco design means that you’ll find decorating much easier than it would have been ‘back in the day’.
This mid century modern wallpaper will take your room back in time! It’s very easy to apply, remove or reposition – Just PEEL & STICK!
For installation on flat dry surfaces indoor/outdoor walls doors and even windows.
It won’t leave a mark when repositioned like other cheap stickers on the market, and no residue left behind makes it easy to experiment with.
Wow! This atomic mid century modern wallpaper has such a fun look! It would work great on as an accent wall or an entire room. It’s made in the USA and uses self-adhesive backing for simple peel and stick installation (and removal).
This floral wall paper is excellent for kitchen cabinets, drawers, shelves, countertops, windows, walls crafts, nightstand, door, and TV Background etc.
It’s peel and stick nature makes it easy to install and remove. Plus it’s moisture and waterproof makes cleaning a breeze.
Add some fun shapes and color to any room or flat surface with this retro geometric wallpaper. This wall mural is cut into 6 pieces for easy installation.
Very easy to apply, remove or reposition – Just PEEL & STICK! And won’t leave a mark when repositioned like other cheap stickers on the market.
Feather Flock Chalk is part of the Genevieve Gorder for Tarpaper Collection. A grey and off white pattern of elegant birds found in perfect formation that is sure to inspire anyone. Tempaper offers individuals the freedom to be creative with decorating, to embrace pattern, texture, and color, and to create bold and expressive interiors, without the worry of a long-term commitment.