There’s no better feeling than making your house feel like home, and it comes down to more than just furniture or throw pillows. Staring at paint color you didn’t choose in your rental can be a total drag.
Obviously painting is pretty common, but it’s not always an option if you’re renting. Traditional wallpaper is also hard to DIY and a pain to remove.
Peel and stick wallpaper solves both of these problems and is such an underrated way to add some oomph to your space—it doesn’t take up room or require special tools for installation and comes in every design possible.
Whether you’re a diehard florals lover, looking for subtle texture or just want something loud and funky, there’s something for you with these top peel and stick wallpaper brands!
What Is Peel and Stick Wallpaper?
Also referred to as removable and self adhesive wallpaper, peel and stick wallpaper is a temporary wallpaper that’s designed for easy installation and removal without leaving residue or damage. Most temporary wallpaper comes in rolls or panels, with self adhesive backing so it can be application can be done without glue or traditional adhesive.
Not only is it great for renters, but removable wallpaper is also a nice option for those who like to switch up the look of their space without the long-term commitment that comes with things like painting and pasted wallpaper.
It’s also easy to install wallpaper as backsplash, and most removable wallpapers are fade/stain-resistant and can be simply wiped clean with warm water.
Of course you can check out large home improvement stores and general retailers like Home Depot or Target, but you don’t want to miss out on the hidden gems.
There’s so many smaller brands that specialize in peel and stick wallpaper that offer one-of-a-kind designs and customizations – so overall value might be worth an extra buck!
25 Best Peel & Stick Wallpaper Brands
I’ve done the research and narrowed down 25 awesome brands that offer removable wallpaper and highlighted some of my favorite print designs. Don’t worry if you don’t have completely smooth walls—I made sure to include a few brands whose easy apply wallpaper works with texture!
The Spoonflower peel and stick wallpaper line has a matte finish with a subtle woven texture that’s washable and low maintenance. They only use eco-friendly inks and everything is formaldehyde, phthalate, and PVC-free! The wallpaper removes with zero residue and is tear-resistant, making the removal process easy.
There’s 10,000 unique designs to choose from by both popular designers and small artists. If you’re an artist yourself, you can even upload personal designs to Spoonflower to create your own wallpaper!
We’ll definitely be using Spoonflower in the new cabin to elevate some plain walls. This beautiful swan feather flock design looks so elegant! I love that from a distance it might look like a normal neutral color but up close it’s more exciting. I’m also a fan of this floral print—it would be great as a statement wall or to brighten up a bathroom.
Chasing Paper sources all of their materials in the United States and has some of the sweetest designs! Their removable wallpaper is actually a fabric that is non-toxic, washable, and great for DIYers.
The Chasing Paper peel and stick selection also includes cool collaborations with influencers and designers! You can easily navigate the website and shop by print style, color, and collaboration.
This library design from their collection with Penguin Random House would be so cute in a nursery or kid’s bedroom. The Chasing Paper Kelly Ventura Botany peel and stick print is a modern take on a classic floral design that I love too.
They offer 8 x 9.6 inch samples in every print—they’re a great way to test-drive the wallpaper and design in your home and are just $6!
A small team of designers started Deccoprint as an Etsy storefront and after 7 years of positive feedback from thousands of customers, the company expanded to open its own website. Each order is still custom-made by the artists and manufacturing team—all of the wallpaper patterns are hand-drawn! You can even create a custom design with the help of their designers.
This art deco-inspired print is understated but super elegant. I feel like dark walls can be frowned upon but the gold details break up the darkness and keep it interesting. If subtle isn’t your thing, this bold tropical design gives White Lotus vibes (in the best way)!
This Etsy shop has over 45,000 reviews and an average 4.8-star rating… need I say more? Not only do they have gorgeous designs, but great customer service too. We’re using one of their peel and stick wallpapers in the cabin and I can’t wait to show you which print we chose!
You can choose between three material types for your design: smooth, canvas, and fabric. A lot of peel and stick wallpapers need to be installed on completely smooth walls, but the “smooth” material can be used for semi-textured walls! The shops also note that their peel and stick wallpaper is thicker than most brands, which makes installation easier.
ScandinavianWorkshop currently has over 500 designs to choose from, ranging from simple linework to flashy art in every colorway possible. I’m obsessed with the neon pastel palette for this design! Don’t worry if you’re in between options—they have small and large samples if you want to see how they look on your wall first.
Speaking of Etsy, the Betapet Botanical Greenery Peel and Stick Wallpaper has nearly 500 reviews with a 4+ star average.
Burke Decor has everything from furniture to kitchenware but their peel and stick wallpaper section is totally worth a look. I really like their selection of folk art-inspired patterns and I think this one would really liven up a living room. Joanna Gaines even has her own Magnolia Home collab collection with them, if you’re an HGTV fangirl. (This olive branch peel and stick is my fav from the collection!)
Peel and stick wallpapers are also a great cost-efficient way to mimic textured walls without the commitment! This one was inspired by Manila hemp fibers and looks extra luxurious.
I bet removable wallpaper isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think about West Elm, but their flexible vinyl film wallpaper perfectly fits the timeless energy of their furniture and home decor designs.
They have some awesome textured designs that look super realistic. This grasscloth design is another example of how a textured wallpaper can totally transform the look and feel of a room. I know abstract prints aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, but I think this raceway-inspired design would have trouble disappointing anyone. It has a great modern look but nothing too crazy!
We all know and love Target already, but you’ll love it more if you’re looking for a new DIY project! You’ll find great prints (at great prices) to make easy updates to any space. The Target peel and stick wallpaper selection even includes collections by Target-exclusive brands like Opalhouse and Threshold.
I love this sweet lemon print in their Opalhouse collection—how perfect would it be in a retro/vintage-themed kitchen? This off-white brick-texture design from the Threshold line would also make an easy backsplash.You can also buy the Joanna Gaines Olive Branch via the Magnolia Home collection!
You’ll find a Lowe’s peel and stick wallpaper option fit for every aesthetic! I love how specific their filters are; you can narrow down options not only by color or price, but also by finish and what rooms they’re best used in. Most of the designs are printed on vinyl and should only be installed on smooth, flat surfaces for the best results.
Bathrooms are great low-commitment areas to spice things up with wallpaper. Since you’re not staring at its walls everyday like you might in a home office or living room, feel free to steer clear of non-distracting neutrals or plain designs!
This floral one would brighten up any room and is water resistant, making it suitable for bathrooms. Unlike many traditional wallpapers with paper content, the vinyl material won’t degrade or develop mold with moisture. It’s currently just $40.56 per roll, which at $1.32 per square foot makes it one of the best affordable peel and stick wallpaper choices!
Textured walls are a big hindrance for most peel and stick wallpapers! Especially if you’re a renter, it’s annoying and sometimes impossible (not to mention time-consuming) to get perfectly smooth walls.
If your textured walls are bumming you out, you need to check out Wallblush! Their designs work with lightly-textured walls, so they’re extra renter-friendly. They have a perfect blend of soft, feminine designs and bold art. I love that a lot of their options are scaled larger since a lot of wallpaper designs can look really repetitive, especially when used in bigger areas.
This one has a unique hand painted look with a lot of brushstroke detail. I think it’d be gorgeous in a bedroom!
Hygge & West
Hygge & West are wallpaper pros! The company was founded in 2008 with the sole purpose of creating and selling beautiful, accessible wallpaper. They’ve even collaborated with companies like Schoolhouse, Rifle Paper Co., and CB2. To this day, they print all of their wallpapers on American-made paper and emphasize a high standard of quality.
They don’t have as large of a selection as some other companies, but I love all of the designs. The daydream print is so sweet and comes in just about every colorway you can imagine. (It’s shown here in “Juniper.”)
Here’s a tip: if you sign up for their email program you can score 3 free wallpaper samples!
Amazon is a great place to look for renter-friendly wallpapers! They have options at every price point and even have larger brands like Tempaper and NuWallpaper.
In my opinion, this Marimekko wallpaper is one of the best peel and stick wallpaper Amazon has to offer. I thought about just keeping it a secret, but it’s too good to not share! Their trademark bloom print would make a great pattern for an accent wall.
This neutral watercolor print from NuWallpaper has over 2,500 reviews with an overall rating of 4.5 stars, so it’s well-loved. The pattern is versatile enough that reviewers used it anywhere from bathrooms and hallways to even inside of an RV! The design is printed on vinyl so you won’t have to worry about mold growth from dampness.
Rifle Paper Co.
Rifle Paper Co. started as a hand-illustrated stationery company but expanded to home decor and even apparel. All of their designs have a distinct style with the same care and detail you’d expect from a handmade card!
It was so so hard to choose my favorites to share with you all, but I’m obsessed with the strawberry fields mural and willowberry design. The mural would look amazing in a living room with neutral furniture and the willowberry would be great in an office. (Who wouldn’t love that Zoom background?)
A close second to Amazon in regards to options is Walmart - the Better Homes & Gardens Organic Stripe wallpaper is a popular option!
Just like their clothes and home furnishings, Anthropologie’s peel and stick wallpapers fulfill your luxe boho dreams. They’re made of vinyl and wipeable for easy maintenance.
This orange grove print is a cool abstract rendition of a classic citrusy wallpaper that would be a great backsplash! I’m also a fan of this pattern that has such an art-deco vibe—it might be a little overwhelming for a full room but could be fun for a statement or even on the stairs.
Yellowpop offers eco-friendly and fade-resistant peel and stick wallpaper in tons of eclectic designs. If you’re not into basic colors or understated patterns, this is the shop for you! They have super fun collaborations with artists like Keith Haring so you could even have his famous Dancing Man art all over your home.
The Dancing Man print in orange is so fun and a guaranteed conversation starter. I’m also a big fan of their collection with Emily Eldridge—this design (above) is more minimal but the colors keep it fresh and funky in the best way.
Otto Studio was founded in 2020 as a contemporary wallpaper brand with a mission of helping people find joy in their living space, whether they’re homeowners or renters. They’re also a women-led company and based nearby in the Vancouver, BC area!
The studio currently offers 40 designs, which might seem like a small selection but trust me, it’s still hard to pick favorites! They have modern and artful designs with fun names like “Pixel Party” and “Wiggles and Waves.” (Who doesn’t love some alliteration?)
Lava Lamp has a perfect organic, flowy feel that would look great in any room. I love the “lavender and ocean” shade but the “grass and ocean” shade would complement the green walls in the cabin too!
Wallpops is a versatile marketplace for wall decals, flooring, backsplash, and even window film! Their signature peel and stick wallpaper line is called NuWallpaper and are user-friendly, premium-printed for easy installation and removal on smooth surfaces.
I mentioned a few peel and stick wallpapers that mimic the look of texture but Wallpops has some NuWallpaper options that add actual texture—their “string” wallpaper designs (like this mountain landscape pattern) encompass thinly-woven string that adds depth and dimension for an extra oomph.
They also feature 18 different collections by well-known designers like Vera Bradley, Marimekko, and Scott Living (aka HGTV’s Property Brothers)!
Fancy Walls has over 1,800 wallpaper designs that are all OEKO-TEX certified and PVC-free. They offer panel sizes in all the most popular wall heights to minimize your work in trimming edges, but you can also request custom lengths.
This print is super clean and simple. I feel like it’d work with any kind of aesthetic, whether you’re into Nordic design, retro, or cottage core! From a distance it resembles tiles, so it could even be great in a bathroom or as an easy backsplash.
I love this vintage-inspired design too! It’s bright and playful but the colors aren’t too vibrant or clownish.
Toronto-based company Moose Accents offers premium quality removable wallpapers at affordable prices (plus free shipping!).
Their handmade peel and stick wallpapers are printed in North America on odorless vinyl film with non-toxic GreenGuard-certified latex inks. The film has a matte finish and is stain and fade-resistant, so you can easily wipe it clean with a non-abrasive cloth.The folk art twist on this cute design makes it one of my favorites! I’m also a fan of this subtle botanical print—it almost looks embossed and seems way more expensive than it actually is. If you’re having trouble deciding which design to go with or just want some inspo, their inspiration page has awesome examples of real-life customers and how they used their Moose Accents peel and stick wallpapers.
Love vs. Design
Love vs. Design is the sister company of a Utah-based custom stationery brand, so you know their designs are top-notch. They have hundreds of beautiful patterns and murals you won’t find anywhere else, with extensive color customization options for whichever design you choose.
Their peel and stick wallpaper comes in two materials: a woven polyester fabric and a smooth semi-matte vinyl. (The smooth is more affordable, priced at $3.75 per square foot vs. $6.50 for the woven material.) Both can be used on most textured walls, but it’s best to order a sample first to make sure the design works well with any walls that aren’t completely smooth.
By extensive customization options, I mean extensive! I was drawn to this cute strawberry design and realized you can customize the colors of everything—the berries, background, leaves, stems, even the strawberry SEEDS. For the level of customization, Love vs. Design’s selection is definitely the best wallpaper for those looking for something extra special.
RoomMates is a division of York Wallcoverings, the largest manufacturer of wallpapers/decals/murals, so you could say they’re experts. All of their products are designed and created in the United States and feature high-quality vinyl that’s 100% safe for your walls and wellbeing!
There’s over 350 designs (plus extra color options for each) to choose from, but this gingko print stood out to me. The shimmery gold outlines give it more dimension and would look gorgeous in any room that gets hit with natural light. I’m also obsessed with this faux grasscloth weave in the beautiful emerald green colorway! Textured designs like this one are great for first-time peel and stick DIYers, since you don’t have to stress about making the pattern match up perfectly when installing the panels.
The Roommates Awning Stripe is an absolute classic, and easy way to spice up a room without committing to a busier print.
This company was featured in The New York Times as the best removable wallpaper!
Wallshoppe specializes in hip, fun designs to elevate any and all of your spaces. They partner with lots of artists, designers, and other brands (like Barbie!) to offer thousands of fresh and one-of-a-kind wall decor options. As a cherry on top, their products are sustainably made in Los Angeles!
Their exclusive collection with Fisher Price might be my favorite collab ever. This one is so adorable and you couldn’t find anything more perfect for a nursery or kids’ room.
Other ones in the collection are just as fun but more versatile, like this stripey print. It’s a step up from plain stripe wallpaper and gives off midcentury modern vibes. Arance Dolci wallpaper is super popular too!
Perigold is a marketplace for the best premium home brands and has a hearty peel and stick selection from brands and designers like Cynthia Rowley, Tempaper, and Bobby Berk Home. They have a great mix of more mature designs but also some fun novelty ones too.
You could channel your inner astrology girl with this geometric print that looks like different moon phases. (I also love it in the ivory colorway!) Obviously, you can’t go wrong with florals and this Olivia + Poppy design is so sweet—I would love to see this in a bathroom or kitchen.
Majority women-owned Printfresh is a fashion/lifestyle company with gorgeous flora/fauna-inspired prints. You might’ve seen their collections at Anthropologie! They’re well-known for their pajama sets, but luckily for us they partnered with NuWallpaper so you can add some whimsy and color to any room or space with their designer peel and stick wallpaper.
Each of their designs start as a handmade gouache painting, which is then translated digitally and printed on the premium vinyl removable wallpaper.
I’m a cat lover but I feel like I need this print in my life—how perfect is the color palette? I also love the pops of color in this Tropical Oasis design. You get the best of both worlds with the botanical and animal art.
Bonus: they offer discounts for frontline workers!
DIYers who are looking for a standout statement wall won’t be disappointed with Katie Kime! Like Printfresh, they offer loungewear and home decor, but the removable wallpaper is definitely a hidden gem. Their peel and stick wallpaper is printed in-house in Austin, Texas on matte paper with eco-friendly inks.
The bestselling Mexican Otomi art-inspired design immediately stood out to me—I’ve never seen anything like it and I love the red/lilac color combo. American Daisy is another print that I’d love to fit in the cabin or apartment.
North and Finch
North and Finch is all about adding character and charm to your home, which can sometimes be challenging if you’re renting. Their woven matte-textured removable wallpaper can even be applied on light to medium-textured walls (AKA bye orange peel walls!)
A lot of their designs are inspired by classic florals in tasteful earthy tones. The Bell Song (above) and Folklore prints are some of my favorites and even though they’re not as modern or hip as other options on this list, they don’t look outdated or frumpy.
Whether you’re a renter or itching for a low-commitment accent wall, peel and stick wallpaper is an affordable and practical option for transforming any space into your own without damage or mess.
I hope this list of best temporary wallpaper brands inspires you take the leap for a fun and easy wall makeover! There’s so many great brands out there beyond big home improvement stores with their own unique flair so you’re sure to find something that’ll match both your style and budget.
Drop a comment if there’s any special brands we missed or if you have any peel and stick hacks to share!
What about WallsNeedLove? Their paper is great!