9 Affordable Peel and Stick Wallpapers That Look Expensive
Transform a room temporarily or permanently with these top cheap peel-and-stick wallpaper picks. All but one less than $2 per square foot!
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Scalamandré for Wallpops Masai Zebra
When you want something fancy, go straight to the source: Wallpapers created by storied design houses. But when you want a great design at a low-low price, look into collaborations with peel-and-stick companies.
For my money, no collaboration beats Scalamandré for Wallpops. The Masai Zebra has been hailed a design classic for decades and is now available for $1.46 per square foot through Wallpops in red, blue, brown, green and gray. What a steal!
Denim Blue and Salmon Morris Flower
Famed British textile designer William Morris was at the forefront of reviving dying arts in textiles and more during the Arts and Crafts movement. His enduring designs have delighted homeowners ever since.
His designs are now more affordable. This peel-and-stick floral, available through The Home Depot, will transform your space for only $1.14 per square foot.
Tempaper x Novogratz Zebra Black Feather Palm
This Art Deco-inspired geometric pattern hails from the design minds at Novogratz, who in turn collaborated with the peel-and-stick whizzes at Tempaper. Its sophisticated black-and-white graphic ginkgo pattern fit in nicely with traditional and modern interiors, including the wildly popular Japandi trend. And the ideal combination of style and price is hard to beat at $1.27 per square foot.
Haok Home Gardenia
The combination of lush gardenia flowers and the bold black background make this peel-and-stick paper a stunner. Plus it’s only $1.52 per square foot!
It’s waterproof and removable, making it a great choice for wallpaper novices. And it works just about anywhere in the house, including the bathroom or even the interior of a closet. “This paper is great quality,” writes one happy Amazon reviewer. “And, good color saturation. It was pretty easy to install.”
Metallic Crosshatch by Threshold at Target
This neutral metallic crosshatch is truly perfection, combining sophisticated design with an affordable price tag. For $1.24 per square foot, you can lighten and brighten a room, add texture and maintain a refined feel.
Still, with the metallic gold, it feels fancy and fresh for those tiptoeing into the wallpaper waters without committing to a more intense pattern or color palette.
Classical Crane by Haok Home
This cheap Classical Crane peel-and-stick wallpaper from Haok Home looks anything but. It makes a striking statement in any room or space in your home for $1.56 a square foot.
The graceful bird and cranberry plant pattern, set against a dramatic dark backdrop, instantly adds drama. Plus it’s got that cool folk-art-y feel that people love about designers such as Rifle Paper Co.
RoomMates Vintage Floral Poppy
The desaturated colors feel faded by the sun in an expertly lived-in sort of way, and the print is especially beautiful. RoomMates promises it’s removable in full sheets. And it’s made in the U.S. on high-quality vinyl, meaning its durable, even in humid locations like bathrooms.
Jungle Animals, Opalhouse for Target
For bohemian-style prints and colors, Opalhouse for Target is one of your best bets. I love this jungle animals wallpaper, which manages to be a trendy jewel-tone green with the gotta-have-it flora-fauna feel.
It’s balanced by a subtlety in the design often missing in less expensive patterns and papers. Plus, it’s $1.24 a square foot, so when you decide you want to change it out, no harm. I’ve got a green Opalhouse peel-and-stick paper in my house. It’s thick, with the printing crisp and the color true.
Splurge: West Elm’s Feather Flock
This wallpaper is a bit of a splurge for a list of cheap peel-and-sticks, but it still really is a great bargain at $2.10 a square foot. Feather Flock capitalizes on a classic-favorite wallpaper motif — birds — in a scale that feels just right, set against a refined colorway that’s usually costlier. Choose from Denim, Golden Hour, Sahra Blush and Storm Gray.