8 Best Peel and Stick Wood Wallpapers
You'll never be "board" with these top wood-look peel-and-stick wallpapers. But, if you get bored, don't worry because all are easily removable.
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Magnolia Home Shiplap Peel-and-Stick Wood Wallpaper
If you’re thinking about shiplap but want to forgo any woodworking, turn to the queen of shiplap, JoAnna Gaines, and her Magnolia Home line. These six-inch-wide horizontal “planks” create a photorealistic vision of shiplap with no drilling required. The paper is printed with eco-friendly inks and is completely washable, removable and repositionable. Free shipping is a nice bonus, too.
Abyssaly Wood Self-Adhesive Peel-and-Stick Wood Wallpaper
Recommendations are everywhere for Abyssaly Wood paper, including from Jen Stark, founder of Happy DIY Home. Also a master gardener, interior designer, and home improvement expert, Stark likes this paper for its realistic, warm wood-grain appearance. It’s also waterproof, which means it’s ok to use it in kitchens and bathrooms. She also likes designing smaller spaces with this wallpaper because it creates a smooth look that isn’t disrupted by gaps or seams. The 2.4-inch plank is quite a bit narrower than traditional shiplap, which makes it a fun alternative to the trend.
Millwood Pines Soderberg Peel-and-Stick Wood Wallpaper
It seems harder to find a good-looking faux walnut finish in peel-and-stick wallpapers, but the Millwood Pines Soderberg fits the bill without breaking the bank. It’s richly colored and finely textured, which gives it an authentic appearance. One five-star reviewer says, “You really can’t tell this is wallpaper until you are up close and touch it.” And with this product, consumers didn’t stop at walls. Some used it for cabinets! It could also easily be used on a bar.
NuWallpaper Old Salem Peel-and-Stick Wood Wallpaper
Oak that’s been chemically altered by the presence of certain fungi or metal (in the wild or on a farm) is a specific look some people seek out for its vintage flavor. We found it in this peel-and-stick, wallpaper: NuWallpaper’s Old Salem Vintage Wood. This product offers a great mixed finish with some blue staining for a true country-rustic feel in a repositionable, easily removable paper.
Tempaper Repurposed Wood Peel-and-Stick Wood Wallpaper
Tempaper really nailed the design of this Repurposed Wood Weathered Shiplap by including rusty nails and a varied wood grain and coloring to the surface. As the product description astutely states, this paper would fit in both a “1970s Malibu surf shack or present-day Austin farmhouse,” and its photorealistic finish may trick visitors into thinking it’s the real thing. The weathered finish is particularly good looking, but it also comes in multicolor (hints of blue), rustic oak and shabby cedar styles.
Haok Home Distressed Plank Shiplap Peel-and-Stick Wood Wallpaper
Haok Home offers several options for wood-look peel-and-stick wallpaper, but for another cool white option, consider Haok’s distressed wood grain. Sheets come in three standard sizes, but Haok will also custom-size upon request, potentially making your project even simpler. The back has a grid for easy cutting and measuring, too. It’s got a leather texture with a matte finish, and is waterproof and repositionable.
Walls by Me Herringbone Peel-and-Stick Wood Wallpaper
In a fun and fancy departure from traditional planks, the Gray Wood wallpaper from Walls By Me comes in a herringbone pattern (AKA parquetry). This wallpaper is a warm, sophisticated greige that will fit into traditional, contemporary and eclectic homes seamlessly. And, of course, it’s easily removable, making it safe for renters and people with a fear of committing to any one look.
NuWallpaper Reclaimed Plank Peel-and-Stick Wood Wallpaper
If it’s that reclaimed barnwood look you’re after, then NuWallpapers Reclaimed Wood Plank peel-and-stick wallpaper might be exactly what you’re looking for. It has a textured finish, adding to the photorealistic wood grain. It’s easily installed because it’s repositionable, on top of being easily removable whenever you’re ready to try something different.