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Self-Adhesive Wallpaper, Feather Flock

Birds of a feather.

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Product Details

Leave it to a couple of professional set designers to create the removable wallpaper of our dreams. Thankfully, their designs aren’t just meant for sets—we’re sticking the self-adhesive paper to everything: cabinet shelves, dressers, headboards. It’s even great for the bathroom—the paper doesn't react to moisture or steam. Choose from 5 obsession-worthy prints—we’re crazy for this feather pattern designed by Genevieve Gorder—that are all lead-free, phthalate-free and VOC-free—and 100% American-made.

See Care & Notes for helpful tips for application.

  • Made in: USA
  • Made of: Phthalate-free, VOC-free, and lead-free vinyl
  • Size: Each roll is 11 yards L x 20.5" W or 56.37 square feet. Includes (1) roll.

Sourced from: Tempaper

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Photography by Rocky Luten, James Ransom.

Care & Notes

Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Tempaper should be applied to surfaces that are in good condition and have been painted with an eggshell, satin or semi-gloss paint. We do not recommend applying Tempaper to matte or flat paints or textured surfaces. Wallpaper can be easily removed from the wall (leaving the wall scratch-free) and applied to a different wall.

Our tips for application:

  • For maximum stickiness, clean your walls before you put the paper on, using a soft cloth spritzed with all-purpose cleaner. Buff dry before applying.

  • Cut the first piece of paper about a foot longer than the height of your wall; since the patterns repeat every two feet or so, this will ensure that your second (and third, and fourth, etc.) pieces are tall enough to cover the wall.

  • Press from the middle of the paper out towards the edges, using a scraper.

  • If, as you stick one piece next to another, a gap starts to show between them, un-peel the sheet you're working with and line it up anew. Tugging on the edges of the paper, to get them to cover a gap, might result in warping that spot where your fingers are—after which it's much harder to get it to lay flat.

  • Perfectionists might tend towards the busier patterns, which are more forgiving to mis-lined up moments.



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