How to Hang Removable Wallpaper and Wall Murals


  1. Here’s what you’ll need beforehand (not included with your purchase): tape measure, smoothing tool, razor or utility blade, stepladder and a partner.
  2. Read the instructions. We include a detailed, step-by-step guide in your packaging tube. Make sure to follow the instructions so your pattern looks perfect - with minimal air pockets and seamless alignment.
  3. Watch the video: we’ve made a handy visual guide for you too - just in case you lose your instructions or want to see exactly how each step works.



We love our wall paper and murals--we know you will too. Here’s some easy, step-by-step instructions to make sure you hang it perfectly every time!

Step 1: Flatten your Design

Unroll your Wallpaper and weigh down the corners with books (or something heavy) so that the paper lays flat. Let it sit for about an hour.

Step 2: Prep the Space

Remove outlets, light covers, vents, nails, screws or any other protrusions in the wall or surface. Then wipe it down so there’s no dust or debris.

Step 3: Measure your Space

Measure the dimensions of the space you’re covering before you start cutting.

Step 4: Precut your Panels

Cut your panels a few inches LARGER than needed (you’ll remove the excess parts later) before you start sticking.

Step 5: Apply Wallpaper from the Corner

Starting from the top left or right corner, peel off about a foot from the adhesive backing, then align the design to the corner of the wall and start sticking.

Tip: Stick Slowly

As you peel away the backing, use your hands to gently press and stick the design to the surface.

Tip: Cut Away Extra Backing

The adhesive will get in your way if it gets too long. Make sure to cut it off as you stick the Wallpaper to the surface.

Tip: Treat Air Pockets as you Go

If any air pockets form while sticking, smooth them out with a smoothing tool. If that doesn’t work, slowly peel the Wallpaper off and reapply. Be very careful not to crease the Wallpaper.

Tip: Smooth Down the Panel

Before going onto the next panel, smooth down the Wallpaper with your smoothing tool. Make sure the entire panel is applied to the surface, with minimal air pockets.

Step 6: Line up the Next Panel and Repeat

Make sure the next panel is lined up correctly according to the pattern design, then repeat steps 5 through 7 until your surface is fully covered.

Final Step: Cut off Excess Wallpaper

After all the panels are up, use a razor, utility blade or scissors to cut off any remaining Wallpaper near the floor and edges. Cut out the holes for outlets and light switches.