Temporary Wallpaper from Tempaper Designs

Tempaper vinyl coated self adhesive wall decor

Tempaper vinyl coated self adhesive wall decor

Rental living has its advantages, but they don’t usually include the freedom to knock down walls, re-tile a backsplash or add more space. Upgrades tend to be of the cosmetic, commitment-free and (thankfully) more affordable variety.

I’m not sure if it’s the start of a new year, or hearing about Kim’s pre-baby apartment renovations, but after five years in the same apartment, I’m craving major change in my living space.

Tempaper vinyl coated self adhesive wall decor

Enter Tempaper, a self-adhesive and repositionable wallpaper. It’s perfect for those of us who are enjoying the resurgence of wallpaper, but who have been weary of embracing the semi-permanent decor decision.

If you’ve always steered clear of wallpaper because of the tricky application process, the repositionable format will help to ensure your print or pattern is perfectly aligned.

Though the pattern choice is somewhat limited, there is some range in the colorways for each. I love the “Edie” pattern in lemon ash (which also reflects the recent “grellow” trend and “Skotti”, an oversized version of the classic houndstooth pattern.

A Collection for Kids

Tempaper self-adhesive wall paper for kids :: tots collection

Don’t miss the Tempaper Tots collection with cute and colorful options for kid’s rooms that be easily updated as your child grows.

Have you decorated with wallpaper? Do you love or loathe its resurgence?

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  • Emily Fitzhugh
    January 19, 2011 at 10:43

    Yes! The comeback of wallpaper is delightful I think. One of my favorite looks is a modern home with a wall or more than one wall with a more vintage feeling wallpaper. Mixing the old and new is so much fun. Warms the space.

    • Kim
      January 19, 2011 at 10:53

      I agree, Emily. This is exactly what I was planing to do in our living room. But, my husband prefers than we hang big art pieces. I will give him a little bit of time to get use to the idea.

  • Lilah
    February 8, 2011 at 23:47

    I love tempaper. I bought the damsel black and white at http://www.couturedeco.com. It looks amazing in my living room.