5 Tips For Creating The Perfect Nursery With Peel And Stick Wallpaper

Updated: March 11, 2024 | Published:

Peel-and-stick wallpaper is a fantastic method to give your baby’s nursery an instant makeover. You may quickly transform this room from what appears to be a typical bedroom area into something fascinating that will amaze every visitor with “Wow.”

Transform Your Nursery

You’ve got big plans for transforming the look of your child’s new room with peel-and-stick wall coverings?

We’re here to help!

Peel and Stick Removable Wallpaper let you add major design changes without any hassle or mess. All you need is some creative imagination, the right tools for installation, and our tips! You will soon be on your way to creating an adorable nursery in no time at all. These wallpapers are available in many patterns that can fit into any style or theme of decorating ideas – from modern chic to rustic farmhouse styles.

With so much choice out there it makes sense to start by looking online where we have made life easier by pulling together lots of inspiration pictures based around different themes such as woodland creatures like deer African themed nurseries nautical baby rooms safari animals, jungle babies. We have also gathered together all the tools you need to get the job done – from paint rollers and brushes to spacers and spreaders.

Why do you need these?

  • Great way to accomplish an instant makeover of your child’s nursery
  • Add creativity and fascination with few tools
  • Great for parents on the go

We help make your renovation project a cinch for anyone even if you have never wallpapered before with these 5 easy tips:

Measure your Wall

Before you get into the process of covering your walls it makes perfect sense to measure first. You don’t want to end up with a piece that is too small – or even worse one that is way too big for the wall! A simple set of digital measuring tape and a notepad will help you take down the vital information.

Order your Peel And Stick Wallpaper

Baby Girl Nursery Wallpaper

There are many options out there for where you get your wallpaper from and it makes sense to have a look online first before visiting local retailers. Some of our favorite brands include Lovevs Design who creates sweet and quirky baby boy and baby girl nursery wallpaper.

Be inspired

Floral Peel and Stick Wallpaper

Once you have taken down your measurements, it makes sense to start looking for some inspiration images of what you want to see on the wall. Whether that be stripes or a simple pattern – make sure that before you get into installation mode – the process starts by picking up your phone or laptop and gathering together your design ideas.

Use a wet sponge

You can find foam rollers at any hardware store which will help to create an even smooth finish on the wall before you get to the stage of applying the wallpaper. These are very cheap – but make sure that you don’t end up overusing them as they will end up tearing the paper. To avoid this we recommend buying some 3M blue tape which you can use to hold the wallpaper in place. This also helps to create a smooth finish as well – and it’s not too expensive either!

Apply your Peel And Stick Wallpaper

This is one of the most exciting bits! If you are using a straight wall – make sure to pull back and tape some of your wallpaper to the floor. This will help you guide the paper into place when it comes to installation time. We recommend following a few simple steps: firstly look at where your pattern is going and make sure it follows with the design on the paper as closely as possible. Make sure that you pull the paper taut as you place it. The final step is to use your roller and smooth out any bubbles in the wallpaper.

Kids Peel and Stick Wallpaper

Creating a perfect nursery may not be easy – but transforming a space is always worth it! These are some really inspiring ideas but are just a small example of what you can do with our peel and stick paper. We hope these tips were helpful – but feel free to contact us any time if you need more information: we’re always happy to help!

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Are these wallpapers safe for nursery?

    Yes, these wallpapers are phthalate-free, non-toxic, and safe for any baby’s room. You can also use peel and stick in place of traditional plaster to create an even healthier living space.

  2. How easy is it to install?

    It really depends on the complexity of the pattern you choose but we always recommend practice runs on old offcuts of wallpaper first so you can perfect your technique. You will find our installation instructions on the back of every roll and they are really easy to follow.

  3. How hard is it to remove?

    You can pull it off in one piece without damaging the paint underneath or leaving any sticky residue behind, just be sure to test a small area before you try it on your whole wall.

  4. Do they ruin the walls?

    No, in fact, it is removable and repositionable so you can change your mind as many times as you like before deciding to keep it. It will not damage your walls or leave any sticky residue behind when you take it down but always patch up any holes with a little spackle before applying the wallpaper.

  5. How do I choose a nursery wallpaper?

    First, you need to understand what kind of space you have. If you want your wallpaper to cover a whole wall then choose one large pattern so it all ties together. However, if you would rather have multiple patterns or smaller designs – do that! The room is for the baby so make it into an expression of your personal style and try not to worry too much about matching everything else, it will all come together in the end.


About Amy T. Smith

Amy is a mother, writer, and your go-to expert for real-life insights into parenting, health, and lifestyle. Amy holds a Master's degree in Journalism from Columbia University and prides herself on finding actionable tips and relatable tales.

Through her blog, AmyandRose, she supports you from pregnancy to the teenage years, offering assurance that your experiences are shared.

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