DIY Home Decor Project | Photowall Wallpaper Review
If you follow me on Instagram you know we like to share our DIY home decor projects. I love to do things on my own and with the lowest budget possible. I like to thrift a lot of my decor, and paint things myself, and in this case today I’m sharing a wall we just wallpapered with wallpaper from Photowall. I loved working with Photowall because they have 100’s (if not more) designs to choose from and they’re all so lovely. In this post, I’m sharing my office wall that we covered with a light neutral pink watercolor design. I love how it turned out, it’s very subtle but elevates the space perfectly. Here is my DIY Home Decor Project | Photowall Wallpaper Review.
The process was fairly simple, and the wallpaper came with adhesive/glue. Some miscellaneous tools that you will need are: a bucket, scissors, tape measure, a scraper smoother tool, a chair or ladder, and this process works best with 2 to 3 people. We created a good system, after you mix up the paste it’s fairly simple. Chris rolled on the glue about 1 1/2 panels wet and I attached the strips of wallpaper. It was pretty simple, my tips would be to glue every square inch so the paper lays down nicely and to not overlap strips. I would say for our first time doing this we did a really good job and it wasn’t too hard or stressful. I might say that I prefer this process versus a pre-pasted wallpaper because it was easy to adjust if I didn’t get it laid on just right the first time.
I love the end result. The glue dried well and the strips laid nicely. I love the print we chose because it is a nice subtle color and pattern but really elevates the space, it’s my area that I’m going to film my YouTube videos in front of so it’s perfect for that. I definitely want to do more walls in our home now.
Do I Recommend?
I would definitely recommend doing this if you’re looking to elevate a space in a different way than just painting. The process is relatively simple I would say it only took us around one hour to complete this project. Photowall also has prints and canvas wall art to check out too.
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