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Kitchen peel and stick wallpaper
Kitchen peel and stick wallpaper can help you transform your kitchen without spending a fortune, and without having to hire a professional. All of our kitchen wallpaper designs are available as peel and stick wallpaper, meaning they’re easy to apply and perfect for a DIY kitchen makeover. Peel and stick wallpaper for kitchens works like a big sticker. To apply it, simply choose a flat surface, peel off the backing paper and stick it onto your wall, cabinet, or ceiling – you name it!
Whether your new wall decor is a short-term or a long-term solution for your kitchen is completely up to you. The removal of our wallpaper is just as easy as its application. Whenever you feel like it’s time for a new wallpaper design, just peel it off the wall. And don’t forget to recycle it!
Removable wallpaper for your kitchen
Removable wallpaper for kitchens is available in a variety of designs. There are plenty of options for everyone to choose from – ranging from simple, minimalist patterns to bold, vivid colors. While you might think that wallpaper is supposed to be used only on kitchen walls, there are many creative ways of incorporating this wall decor into your kitchen interior. Generally, adhesive wallpaper can be applied to almost any flat surface. You can always order samples and experiment with different surfaces in your kitchen before making the final purchase.
If you’re not entirely sure about covering your walls with a new pattern, try using removable wallpaper for kitchen cabinets! It’s the perfect way to freshen up the look of your existing furnishings and give them a whole new appearance. It is, however, worth mentioning that self-adhesive removable wallpaper sticks best to flat surfaces. If your kitchen cabinets have a textured finish, the wallpaper might not adhere properly and the texture might be visible. Textured surfaces can cause the wallpaper to peel off, and leave unwanted air bubbles underneath.
There were times when removing wallpaper meant pulling tiny pieces of it off the wall. Possibly even discovering a few more layers of old wallpaper underneath. Luckily, we’ve made sure that your Fancy Walls temporary wallpaper can be removed in one piece. One of the best features of our peel and stick and traditional wallpapers is that they’re removable in full sheets. Whenever you think it’s time for another kitchen makeover, simply peel the wallpaper off, starting at the corner of the sheet. Remember that you can peel the wallpaper up or down, parallel to the surface. In case of resistance, grab a regular blow dryer and heat the area that seems difficult to remove.
Backsplash wallpaper is used to cover the area behind the countertop or sink. Simply put, it’s a vertical extension to your countertop. Usually reaching up to the kitchen cabinets, and in some cases even as high as the ceiling. The role of a backsplash in your kitchen interior is mainly functional, as it protects the wall from water splashes, grease, and any other dirt that may end up on kitchen surfaces.
It’s inevitable that your kitchen will get dirty from time to time, so it’s important to choose a washable wallpaper for kitchen backsplash. With the materials and technology used to print wallpapers constantly advancing, you can find many peel and stick wallpaper options that are easily washable and perfect for a backsplash. Our kitchen backsplash wallpaper has high durability and can be cleaned with a damp, soft, non-abrasive cloth or sponge. If you happen to make a deeper stain on your wall, try soaking the cloth or sponge in soapy water, and gently remove the stain. Please note, you should avoid scrubbing the textile as it could damage the design.
Applying wallpaper to your kitchen backsplash can be the perfect chance to experiment with colors and patterns that you wouldn’t otherwise consider including in your interior. Sometimes, covering all four walls from floor to ceiling can seem a bit overwhelming, especially when looking at more daring designs. For example, if you like floral patterns but want to gradually blend them in, start off by wallpapering your kitchen backsplash! You’ll still be able to enjoy your favorite florals every day, without feeling overpowered by your wallcovering.
Kitchen wallpaper borders
Wallpaper borders for kitchens come in many different colors and patterns. Finding a design that fits into your kitchen interior should be rather easy. Kitchen wallpaper borders are used as an accent element, typically placed right above the countertop. You can also opt for a wallpaper border in the middle of your wall (also known as a divider). This, however, depends on how much space there is between the countertop and upper kitchen cabinets. In some cases, the wallpaper border divides two different wallpaper designs, in others it ties together various materials used on the same wall such as tiles, wallpaper, or paint.
Kitchen cabinet wallpaper
Kitchen cabinet wallpaper might be one of the most overlooked ways of using wallpaper on other surfaces beside your walls. There’s a saying – ”everything new is well-forgotten old”. It couldn’t be more accurate when it comes to wallpaper on kitchen cabinets. Applying removable wallpaper to the surfaces of your kitchen cabinets is a fantastic way to give your old items a fresh look. Not only does it create a completely new vibe in your kitchen, but it also gives a second life to an interior element that would otherwise be replaced with a newer version.
Peel and stick wallpaper is perfect for this type of makeover, as it’s easy to apply and doesn’t contain any harmful substances. If you decide to wallpaper your kitchen cabinets, keep in mind that the surfaces should be flat. Although it’s possible to use wallpaper for kitchen cabinets that have a light texture, we do not recommend doing this. Our wallpaper adheres best to flat surfaces, and texture can cause peeling or leave visible air bubbles underneath.
Kitchen island wallpaper
Kitchen island wallpaper is another creative solution for updating your kitchen space. Often, the base of a kitchen island gets dirty from shoes, stools, and other things that pass it daily. Adding our peel and stick wallpaper to your kitchen island works as a statement piece, and also plays a practical part. Opting for a dark wallpaper with a pattern can camouflage shoe stains and other dirty spots. If you don’t sit at your kitchen island that often, picking a light wallpaper design is a safe option.
In comparison to tiles, wallpaper on kitchen islands is much more affordable and doesn’t require long-term commitment. Nevertheless, it still creates a stylish accent and can completely change the vibe of your space. It’s also a great way of adding a new look to an outdated item in your kitchen. A wallpaper kitchen island will certainly upscale your interior. The best part is that it can be easily removed when you feel like changing it!
Kitchen countertop wallpaper
Kitchen countertop wallpaper is used to cover the surface of an existing countertop, giving it a fresh look and turning it into the centerpiece of your kitchen. Surfaces in the kitchen get damaged over time, and countertops are most likely to have a visible impact. This is due to the fact that almost everything we do in the kitchen involves this area in one way or another. Overall, there are no strict rules for applying wallpaper to a countertop, but there are some things worth keeping in mind. Unless you’re using a waterproof peel and stick wallpaper, it’s recommended to avoid areas that are in constant contact with water. The countertop around your sink is a great example. Even though removable wallpaper can last for many years, due to the regular use of this kitchen surface, it will most likely serve as a temporary solution.
Peel and stick wallpaper for kitchen countertops comes in a variety of designs, including marble, concrete, stone, and gold. Real marble can be very expensive, so opting for a waterproof marble wallpaper for kitchen countertops can be a great way of achieving that luxurious feel in your home without spending a large amount of money.
Most popular wallpaper designs for the kitchen
No matter which part of the kitchen you’re planning to upgrade, we have a wallpaper design for every one of them! Making a visible change in your interior doesn’t always mean covering the whole room with a screaming pattern. Sometimes, the smallest things can make the biggest difference. Even the smaller areas such as a backsplash or a kitchen island can make a statement and greatly impact the way your kitchen looks.
Choosing the best kitchen wallpaper can be overwhelming when there are so many options available. Let’s narrow it down and take a look at some of the most popular kitchen peel and stick wallpaper colors and patterns.
Vintage kitchen wallpaper
Vintage kitchen wallpaper has a delicate charm that can recreate an old-time interior, or add a touch of classic design to a modern space. Our vintage rose wallpaper is the perfect example of a chic pattern that fits perfectly into a rustic kitchen interior. If you’re planning to apply wallpaper to a backsplash, take a look at our vintage tile wallpaper. It’s a beautiful combination of a traditional tile and vintage floral pattern.
Retro kitchen wallpaper
Retro kitchen wallpaper brings an authentic feeling to your home, representing a certain period of time in history. Generally, retro wallpaper designs are inspired by the 50s, 60s, and 70s, with each decade having its own style. Bring back a tiny piece of the 50s and design a kitchen accent wall with our retro abstract wallpaper. If you’re looking for a more funky retro vibe, travel back in time with our pink pastel retro wallpaper and make your retro wallpaper kitchen dream come true!
Brick wallpaper for kitchens is a classy option that won’t disappoint. Choosing a kitchen brick wallpaper can help you recreate the look of a brick wall, without hiring a professional to install real bricks. White brick pattern wallpaper makes a neutral background and easily combines with other interior design elements. Our gray brick pattern wallpaper is a more modern take on the traditional brick design, with the original rectangle shape and a gradient color fill. Brick wallpaper in the kitchen is a safe way to go. Don’t be afraid to discover brick wallpaper ideas when planning your kitchen makeover.
Fruit wallpaper for your kitchen
Fruit wallpaper for kitchens is a really fun addition to your interior. It’s cheerful, vivid, and makes a lively wall decor. Make a lovely addition to the kitchen in your summer house with our orange fruit wallpaper. For a more playful look, try this pineapple wallpaper in blue and yellow with a pink background. To achieve a more subtle atmosphere, consider using our blue and white blueberry wallpaper as a backsplash.
Blue kitchen wallpaper
Blue kitchen wallpaper can have a calming effect, as the color blue is associated with tranquility. However, different shades of blue can have different effects on our moods. A design like our Art Deco seashell wallpaper certainly adds a lavish appearance and brings some life into your kitchen. If darker shades are more your cup of tea, opt for a blue wild flower wallpaper. This design would make the perfect accent on a wall or at the back of a shelf. In addition to blue wallpaper kitchen designs, you can also opt for a blue and white wallpaper. It’s a classy color combination found in many of our wallpaper designs, and is always in style.
Green kitchen wallpaper
Green kitchen wallpaper designs often illustrate elements of nature in their patterns, such as leaves, flowers, and branches. Eucalyptus leaves wallpaper will please your aesthetic senses and bring an element of nature indoors. Green wallpaper is truly versatile, covering a large variety of patterns and styles. If you’re aiming toward a minimalist kitchen interior, take a look at our painted herringbone wallpaper and watercolor green gingham wallpaper.
Black and white kitchen wallpaper
Black and white kitchen wallpaper is a true classic. It’s hard to think of an interior style that wouldn’t fit together with black and white decor. If you’re a minimalist by nature, you might hesitate to cover all of the kitchen walls in wallpaper, but our minimalist herringbone wallpaper has the potential to change your mind. Kitchen wallpaper black and white designs have the power to add contrast and eye-catching detail to an otherwise dull room. Wallpaper can be easily used on any flat surface, and abstract patterns such as our linework wallpaper can give a second life to those old kitchen cabinets.
Gray kitchen wallpaper
Gray kitchen wallpaper is versatile and simple to work with. It’s a neutral, classy design choice that can be complemented with bolder and more eye-catching pieces of furniture, decor, or kitchen appliances. These days, there’s a wide range of tile peel and stick wallpapers available, that are perfectly designed for kitchens. It’s a fantastic way to achieve the tile look without spending a fortune on actual tiles. If you’re looking to add texture and create an interest for the eye, opt for our gray tile wallpaper. In case the subway tile trend is on your home renovation bucket list, pick our white tile wallpaper for your kitchen backsplash area. If you’re trying to create a more luxurious atmosphere, apply marble wallpaper to your kitchen island.
Yellow kitchen wallpaper
Yellow kitchen wallpaper can instantly brighten up any space. The color yellow is associated with light and warmth, and yellow wallpaper kitchen designs can add a bright twist to a kitchen in a summer house or rental apartment. This aesthetic lemon wallpaper will instantly boost your mood when walking into your kitchen in your summer home. Make the kitchen in your rental apartment feel more personal by adding this yellow fern leaf wallpaper to your interior.
Red kitchen wallpaper
Red kitchen wallpaper works great as an accent piece. As one of the most intense colors, red is known to boost metabolism. Therefore you shouldn’t go overboard with it in your kitchen. Simple details like red stripes in our ticking stripe wallpaper or horizontal striped wallpaper are enough to create a whole new look. Our pomegranate wallpaper is a fun design that stands out and fits perfectly within a kitchen interior.
There are so many options available when it comes to using peel and stick wallpaper in your kitchen, and there’s a design out there for everyone. We hope you feel inspired to explore other kitchen wallpaper ideas, and encouraged to start planning your next kitchen makeover!
Is peel and stick wallpaper good for kitchens?
Peel and stick wallpaper is a great solution in kitchens. Use it as an accent wall, or as an addition to your kitchen island or backsplash.
Can you put wallpaper in the kitchen?
Yes, you can put peel and stick wallpaper in the kitchen. It’s an easy way to give your kitchen walls a makeover.
Can I use peel and stick wallpaper as a backsplash?
Peel and stick wallpaper can be easily used as a backsplash. It can withstand splashes of water from time to time, but shouldn’t be applied to an area that is in constant contact with water or other liquids.