Monday, November 2, 2015

NuWallpaper - Peel and Stick Wallpaper Review

I received products for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.
 
I've been a renter of my current  home for a little over four years now.  Although the landlord usually does the big overhauls, I try to upkeep the place with minor improvements.  A couple of years ago I applied a new surface to my main kitchen countertops with faux granite paint.  Although it looked good at the time, it had gotten to a point that it was looking more like a dirty mess than pretty granite.
 
"Before" photo of  a countertop. Was pretty at one time, before it turned very ugly.
 
I was recently given the opportunity to try WallPops' revolutionary new line of peel-and-stick wallpaper.  It gave my kitchen countertops a whole new fresh, updated look.

Printed on premium substrate that will never your damage walls, NuWallpaper allows both homeowners and renters alike to transform any room in minutes.  And better yet, it can be completely removed in seconds.
One section of kitchen countertop completed.  Looks much, much better.
 
From stylish geometrics to damasks, faux woods and brick, florals, global chic patterns, tree designs and more, there is a design for every room in your home. I went with the blue and white geometric pattern of the Byzantine Peel and Stick Wallpaper.  
 
Each NuWallpaper comes on a 20.5-in x 18-ft roll.  Applying the wallpaper to my countertops took some time and precision but it wasn't a hard task to do.  It's important that the area where the wallpaper is being applied to is clean and dry.  Using a precision cutter, I cut off how much of the NuWallpaper I needed for each area.  Slowly and methodically, I removed the contact paper from the wallpaper so it would stick it where I wanted.  From time to time, I went over the wallpaper with a credit card to remove air bubbles.

My countertops look so much better with the NuWallpaper.
 
After applying the wallpaper, I was impressed with the end result.  I was able to complete the task on my own and I wasn't cursing while doing it.  The detailing of the wallpaper is intricate and makes a bold statement.  I have some NuWallpaper left over and plan on using it to update an area on my kitchen wall that could use a new look.  Although NuWallpaper is primarily used as wallpaper it can also be used for other décor and art projects.

8 comments:

abedabun dawn said...

I love the idea that it will not damage the surface when removed!

D Johnson said...

This look great! I really need to try this in my kitchen.

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Very cool, be a huge plus for the renters!

Sue Hull said...

I love that color & pattern. Id like to do something like that on one wall in my bdrm. Its nice to know it comes off easily. I remember when we were kids and my mom holding a blow dryer while peeling off wallpaper. Lol!

Sue Hull said...

I love that color & pattern. Id like to do something like that on one wall in my bdrm. Its nice to know it comes off easily. I remember when we were kids and my mom holding a blow dryer while peeling off wallpaper. Lol!

Rachel Beltz said...

This is such a fun and pretty way to safely spruce up a space!! I love it!

Jerry Marquardt said...

The pattens looks so nice. I am checking into getting some of this for my house.

Marykelly Gooding said...

How has the wallpaper held up on your counter tops? Is it resistant to water and heat? Have you noticed any peeling?