1. Danielle ~Sweet Nothings says:

    ok this is genius. I am dying to try it in my bathroom. I think something like this is great for me bc there will eventually come a day when I leave the condo and rent it, and my new renter may not want palm beach wallpaper

    Question. My dad says I cant do wallpaper in the bathroom bc I dont have a window, and the steam from the shower will ruin it. is he right or just avoiding wallpapering my bathroom?..hmmm if not maybe my closet 🙂

    • Jen says:


      Unfortunately, your dad is correct in saying that you shouldn’t hang paper in a bathroom that doesn’t have a window. It can be done, but you have to be really careful in choosing the type of paper and paste, take into consideration the curing process (ie, don’t use that particular bathroom until the glue is cured), and expect it to eventually come down.

      I’ve never used this “easy change” paper, but I can only assume that the paste (glue) used is not tough enough to hold up in a high-humidity room.

      • Danielle ~Sweet Nothings says:

        Thanks Jen. I figured he was. he is quite smart…I will just have to figure out another spot for him to wallpaper.

    • susanMan says:

      Why have dad do it? Take care of yourself and do your own projects. There is a huge sense of accomplishment when you take care of your own things.

  2. Oh this would be great for a framed wallpaper project I’m thinking about doing. Thanks for sharing!

  3. What a truly fabulous idea. I have just the perfect wall that is screaming for a burst of color and pattern. Cannot wait to give it a try!

  4. I would love to test this out too! Such fun colors and designs.

  5. This is fantastic. I was just in my guest room debating about wallpaper. I may DEFINITELY try this. Thanks for the post!

  6. Christina C says:

    Great renter’s option!I was wondering if you have ever tried the fabric and starch option?I live in army housing and was debating going that route and wondered if you had any experience with it.

  7. I was looking at wallpaper for a nursery I am designing for a friend. This could come in quite handy.

  8. kayce hughes says:

    I hadn’t heard of it. I have never attempted wall paper but this sounds like a fun possibility!

  9. kelley says:

    great source. love that you share!
    may attempt this in my little entryway.

  10. Fran says:

    Great post! I would so love to attempt this!

  11. Katrina says:

    Many thanks for this post! We’ve been wanting to wallpaper a wall in our 3rd bedroom – but two things holding my back the cost the removal – thanks gain. I’ll be looking into this option for sure now

  12. sherry hart says:

    Thanks…I keep forgetting about this stuff!!! Needed the reminder.

  13. Tracy says:

    Has anyone found the first design featured here? I have been looking for it for weeks, and cannot find it. The pattern number doesn’t seem to be correct. Does anyone know which book it is in? Thanks!

  14. Jill says:

    Has any had it up for a while and taken it down? I have removed traditional wall paper and its not fun…..

  15. Robin says:

    I would love to know if the paper leaves any residue once removed?? We would like to cover an unattractive title backsplash but are renting and can’t damage the tile. Thanks!

    • effortless says:

      Hi Robin,

      It shouldn’t leave a residue, but to be honest I can’t be certain. I have used this paper in the past for clients apt, but I have yet to remove it from a client’s home.


  16. Anin says:

    Can I hope for the removal be damage-free if I used primer on the walls before putting on the pre-pasted “removable” easy-walls wallpaper? Do you know if any such primer comes in a transparent kind of texture so that the paint underneath would look like before?

    I am considering putting these Sherwin Williams wallpaper up in a rented condo, so the concern

    • effortless says:

      It’s suppose to be damaged fee. It all depends on your walls though. If you are papering over old paint/plaster walls then it will remove easily, but I’ve had it flake some paint of. Still much better than normal wallpaper. Not sure about the primer question. Perhaps ask someone at your local home improvement store.

  17. Lea says:

    I want to cover a horrible mirrored wall. Think this will work? Will I be able to remove it easily if the next tenant doesn’t like?

  18. Veronica says:

    Hi, I have a question is easy change wallpaper a temporary removable wallpaper that I can remove when ever I want in my rental apartment?

  19. Rosa says:

    What is the process to put up the wallpaper? Does it need to be wet or is there a film that pulls off the back and then adhere’s?
    Thank you.

  20. Laura says:

    Can you put this over current wallpaper? We are renting a very old house and the wallpaper has a terrible fuzzy texture to it like hotels in the upstairs loft. Would the easy change stick to this you think?

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