WallPops is pleased to present our new NuWallpaper collections, Scandinavian and Tibetan Grasscloth. With designs inspired by traditional patterns and textures, these collections effortlessly encapsulate Scandinavian and grasscloth styles. The beautiful botanical and animal prints of the Scandinavian collection will add a needed sense of whimsy to homes, while the faux texture of the Tibetan designs will create a luxurious and comfortable look. Join us as we explore three patterns from each collection.

Tibetan Grasscloth: Sisal Breeze

This beige and cream peel and stick wallpaper was made to resemble traditional grasscloth. It has a nice airy feel that will brighten up any home. This is perfect for the minimalist who enjoys a solid color with a bit of texture.

Tibetan Grasscloth: Spice

This warm colored Tibetan faux grasscloth will invoke a comfortable essence into your home. Its intricate design emulates a tightly woven fabric. The mixture of coral and cream hues creates an exciting blend, reminiscent of fragrant spices.

Tibetan Grasscloth: Teal

This cool toned faux grasscloth will add a nice dimensional look to any space. The airy and relaxed teal design has a fresh yet sophisticated feel. Peel and stick this NuWallpaper to any room to achieve the resemblance of beautiful grasscloth.

Shop all peel and stick Tibetan Grasscloth wallpapers here.

Scandinavian: Terrain

With a Scandinavian style, this chic white and grey nature inspired wallpaper will transform any room into a peaceful oasis. It features dove leaves, while also incorporating a distressed look. At the same time this design is made to resemble a light linen and make any room look bright and inviting.

Scandinavian: Alida

Our Alida Peel Peel and Stick wallpaper embodies a traditional northern European feel. With its charming damasks that feature grey and neutral touches, the Alida design embraces a modern take on traditional damasks.

Scandinavian: Spring Chickens

With its palette of grey, taupe and cream, this fun Scandinavian design invokes a cheerful feel. Playful birds seem to chatter with one another in this patchwork style. Surrounding them are simple trees and flowers to give the whole design a joyful look.

Shop all Scandinavian peel and stick wallpapers here.

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