How To Apply Peel and Stick Removable Wallpaper

Wallpaper has come a long way over the years, and our new range of peel and stick removable wallpaper is proof of how simple it's become to hang gorgeous wallpaper in your home. 

Now, it's important to say that if you want a guaranteed flawless install, we do recommend hiring a professional wallpaper installer. However, if you're DIYing, here’s some tips on how to get the best results for your application!



Some of our wallpaper designs have a one panel  design and some have a two panel design. All panels are 61cm wide, including a one cm mirror section designed to be laid under the next panel along. 

Your order will ship with instructions on this. 

A One Panel Design: 

This means each panel of your wallpaper is the same and you can hang them in any order you like. Easy!

A Two Panel Design:

This means your wallpaper panels feature two different designs. You’ll need to hang them in an A B A B A B pattern. Note that if you ordered an amount that means an odd number of panels (eg, seven panels), you’ll receive four of one panel and three of the other. Make sure you hang them correctly (A, B, A, B, A, B, A) not the other way round or you won’t have enough! If you have an equal number of panels, you can hang them B A B A B A if you prefer- it’s up to you. 



  • Stepladder
  • Something to smooth your wallpaper down with and release any bumps. We sell felt-edged smoothers  in our wallpaper installation kits, or you can pick up wallpaper smoothers at Bunnings. NOTE that if you buy one with a hard edge, we recommend using a cloth over the top to ensure it doesn’t scratch the surface. You can fasten it to the smoother with a bulldog clip to keep it in place.
  • Cutting knife.
  • Straight edge or ruler.
  • Clean cloth for smoothing the paper.
  • Cotton gloves are helpful too (also included in our wallpaper installation kits)
  • A helper! Wallpaper installation is much easier with a friend to help. 



Patch and sand any lumps and bumps in your wall to ensure a smooth surface.

Ensure your wall is clean by wiping down with sugar soap and allowing it to completely dry. Note that any dust left on the wall can show through the wallpaper as well as affecting the adhesiveness of the paper, so it’s important to clean your wall thoroughly.

If your wall has been recently painted, please allow 30 days or more for the paint to de-gas before applying the wallpaper. (Note that as stated in descriptions, the paper will not adhere to Dulux Wash and Wear or other teflon paints without additional adhesive.)



If you have a 2 panel design, we recommend laying your wallpaper out somewhere first and working out the order of patterns. 

Each panel has a 1cm ‘mirror’ section on the right edge. Place the next panel along over this 1cm panel to ensure your pattern matches and an even coverage.

Work from left to right along your wall when applying.

Ensure that the first panel is straight - if it’s out of line,  the rest of the panels will be too.

To start, peel about 10cm of wallpaper off the backing paper.

Working from the centre of the panel towards the outside edges, gently rub the wallpaper flat using your wallpaper smoother.

Working slowly, move out towards the edges and down the panel.

If you get any bubbles, lightly rub and press them down to remove. If this doesn’t work (ie, there is more air trapped under the paper), peel the paper back up again to remove them and lay it again.

Peel and stick wallpaper can be removed and restuck several times, so you can easily peel it back up to remove trapped air and work down again.

Once you reach the end of your wall, use a sharp stanley life to trim the excess paper. 


Your wallpaper will last many years, unless you wish to remove it, in which case, you can peel it away, starting slowly from the bottom of the wall and working your way up. 

To clean your removable wallpaper, gently sponge with a damp cloth. 

In some cases (typically extreme heat or moisture), the wallpaper may detach from the top of the wall slightly and droop. If this happens,  you should be able to reattach it pretty simply by simply smoothing it back on the wall. 


We print all our wallpaper on premium peel and stick paper, made of 100% polyester fabric.

It is Class A or 1 fire rated, non-toxic, green, and phthalates free.

We print with a latex printer, using environmentally friendly latex inks.

Our wallpaper is not recommended for use in wet or hot environments - like laundries and kitchens.