With nine weeks until Christmas, it’s that time of year again when people start preparing to deck the halls in their homes. We want to embark down candy cane lane and reminisce about the sweetest DIY looks we’ve had the pleasure to be tagged in. So grab your NuWallpaper and wall decals, as we explore the ghosts of WallPops past below.

Merry Mantels

If you’re looking to add a charming accent to your mantel, NuWallpaper is your answer! With 100+ designs and an easy installation process, our peel and stick wallpapers will save you time and money this holiday season. We love how Bethany used our shiplap print in her cheery farmhouse living room. With glowing lights, frosted leaves and big red bows, her tree is a Christmas miracle!

Shop all NuWallpaper designs here.

All the Glitz and Glitter

DIY queen Michelle of Ellery Designs is famous for her WallPops mantels, but her daughter’s bedroom is the true gift this Christmas. With a gold tree, our Make it Rain NuWallpaper by Kelly Ripa, and metallic accents, this space glows with a glam holiday cheer. We wouldn’t mind cuddling up with a book and a mug of hot coco here!

Dashing New NuWallpaper

Perfect for creating feature walls, our brick, wood and stone NuWallpapers have a realistic look for a dimensional effect. Michelle of Ellery Designs used one of our most popular faux effect NuWallpaper designs, shiplap, to complete her holiday nook. The off-white hue of the removable wallpaper effortlessly complements the nook’s holiday color scheme.

Shop the look, here!

Deck the Halls with Decals

Sweet and simple, this Christmas decor pops with our fun peel and stick wall decals. Glistening gold decals effortlessly add a glam look to the purple tree and ornament decorations, while the “May Your Christmas be Merry & Bright” holiday wall art adds additional cheer to the majestic reindeer scene. You might think these decals are small, but they are essential accents for the holidays that will add tons of flair.

Shop all decals here.

Big or Small, NuWallpaper for All!

Take a page out of Kate’s book, and add a dash of holiday cheer to all of the crooks and crannies in your home. The Folk Tulip NuWallpaper has a Scandi twist on tulips lending to its modern look, while its linen texture backdrop lends a cozy layer to any space.

Grand and Tall

This grand design by Karina features our Uptown NuWallpaper for an incredibly stunning look. The black and white colorway of the peel and stick wallpaper effortlessly complements the room’s glamorous metallic palette. Uptown’s geometric design is the perfect pattern to complete any space with an elegant touch.

Show us your holiday looks featuring WallPops for a chance to be featured on our Instagram! We would love to see your festive holiday spaces with a pop from us.

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