Kitchen Wallpaper Transformation
Today I am sharing the latest DIY project in my kitchen makeover series. This mini reno has been going on since last May and I am slowly but surely making my way through all the projects I wanted to complete and now it’s just a matter of finishing up the final details.
Today’s wallpaper tutorial is one of the last big projects I have going on in the kitchen and I love how it turned out.
There is a space above the cabinets over my fridge in my kitchen. I usually hang some sort of art up but I thought it would be fun to put up some funky wallpaper.
An online search led me to Walls Need Love. If you haven’t heard of them drop everything and go check out their amazing wallpaper patterns.
They have a blogger program where they will give store credit to bloggers in exchange to promotion on their website and social media. Of course I had to take advantage.
I received this wallpaper at a discount. This pattern is called Life of Lemons.
This wallpaper is by far the easiest I have ever installed. It’s vinyl with a sticky back so it’s kind of like applying a giant sticker to your wall. No glue, no water, no mess. If you screw it up you can peel it off and retry until you get it perfect.
I installed the entire thing in about an hour with my 4-year-old constantly distracting me.
I absolutely love how it turned out. The great thing about this paper is that it is completely removable which is great for renters.
What do you think of my lemons?
Here are some of the other projects from my kitchen series: