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Add the wow factor to any room with a custom sized mural

Peel and Stick, Woven

A self-adhesive fine-woven textured canvas material made of 100% polyester fabric. It is removable and reusable multiple times without damage or residue. You do not need extra tools, glue, paste, or water needed for installation. This wallpaper will not rip, wrinkle, or tear.

How to install Peel and Stick wallpaper

Review the detailed instructions below before beginning the installation process. It is recommended to practice installation with a wallpaper sample before committing to a larger order.


The preparation of the wall is an important part of the process. The wall should be smooth – without any texture. Fill in any holes and sand down any rough areas to ensure that the wall is perfectly smooth, flat, and free of contaminants.

You can remove and replace the Peel and Stick Wallpaper multiple times; however, once the adhesive collects too much dust, dirt or fibers it will become less effective, and the substrate may not stick as well to your surface. So make sure the wall is clean and dry before you begin the installation.

  1. Spirit level

  2. Smoothing tool 

  3. Pencil

  4. Sharp utility knife and extra blades


Your Peel and Stick Wallpaper is supplied in numbered panels in the order they should be hung. Carefully unpack the panels and lay them out side by side, in order, from left to right. Make sure no panels are missing, that none have any defects or damage, and that the print is correctly aligned across all panels.

It is recommended that two people install the wallpaper. 


It is crucial that the first panel is installed properly before installing the following panels. To make sure the first panel is hung straight, you can draw straight vertical markings one panel width (64.5 cm) in from the left corner using a spirit level, a measuring tool, and a pencil. Use the markings as a guide when hanging the first panel. Markings should be as faint as possible in order to avoid showing through the wallpaper.


It is as simple as applying a sticker. Start from a corner and gently peel the backing paper from the wallpaper. Apply the top of the panel to the wall first, starting from the top left corner. Ensure the left-hand edge aligns with your vertical line. Peel away more of the backing paper as you move downward, while smoothing and fixing the paper to the wall. Lift and re-apply the panel to align correctly, and ensure there are no bubbles.


Apply the second and subsequent panels, ensuring the pattern or image matches up as you

go and that the appropriate amount of paper runs over the top and bottom edges. Our panels are applied edge to edge, so each panel butts up to the next on the wall. The panels should not overlap.


Make sure to press the panels together firmly at the seams. Note: Avoid hard creases as this may cause cracks in the print.


If there are any bubbles or wrinkles, you can lightly press or smooth them out, or just peel back that area and re-apply. 


Please note: Pressing too hard will not damage the wallpaper.


Once all the panels have been hung, carefully trim the top and bottom of your panels plus the far right sides, using a trim guide and a sharp utility knife.


Don’t rush, and make sure you have a sharp blade to achieve the best results.



If a bubble re-appears over the next day or two, first press lightly, smoothing the bubble to the edge. This can happen occasionally if oil, dirt, or dust is on the wall underneath the wallpaper. Alternatively, use a sewing pin to pop the bubble, then smooth it out with your fingers in a circular motion.


Grab a corner and peel away from the wall gently.

Ordering a Wallpaper Sample

Before placing a full order of wallpaper rolls, we recommend ordering a wallpaper sample to ensure that the wallpaper type, scale, and design of the final order will meet your expectations. 

The size of each sample is 645 x 300mm

Choosing your size

The maximum area of wallpaper you can order is 40sqm and the minimum size you can order is 150 x 64.5cm 


Walls are not always perfectly straight, so we'll add 10cm to your wall’s measurements to provide a margin of error for the assembly and alignment of the pattern.

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