Nurseries Get Made Over With Peel & Stick Wallpaper

Having a nursery that will be a comforting, enjoyable space for your baby is ideal, but not always easy…until now.

NuWallpaper is the perfect alternative to traditional wall decor. This peel & stick wallpaper collection was made with nurseries in mind. It takes only minutes to apply and, if your child outgrows the design, only seconds to remove!

Take a look at these nurseries that were made over with NuWallpaper

Blue Elephant Parade


Blue Elephant Peel & Stick Wallpaper MakeoverThis adorable elephant wallpaper created a whimsical space that emphasizes the love between parent and child. We accented this sweet design with metallics for a modern look that both mom and baby love.

Blue Quatrefoil

Blue Quatrefoil Peel & Stick Wallpaper NuWallpaper Before and After

This blue quatrefoil wallpaper is calming yet stylish. The nursery had good lighting, but needed color and pattern. The quatrefoil design is perfect for any gender and will grow with children as they mature.

Gray Woods

Nursery Owl Wallpaper Before and After

For this nursery we wanted to stay with a neutral color palette, but add a fun print. The Gray Woods NuWallpaper was the perfect solution. The design adds a sophisticated whimsy to the room that goes well with the white furniture and playful accents.

Have you used NuWallpaper in your nursery? We would love to see! Tag us on Instagram @WallPopsWallArt.

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    sandra

    May 23, 2016

    can wall-pops nuwallpaper be used in bathrooms and basements? i have old paneling in my basement i would like to cover with nuwallpaper but it does have moisture issues. we use a dehumidifyer.

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      admin

      May 23, 2016

      Hi Sandra
      NuWallpaper is fine in bathrooms or basements with regular walls. It will stick to most smooth, flat, non-porous surfaces. If the paneling in your basement is finished and non-porous and does not have extra deep grooves between the panels, the NuWallpaper should stick just fine. Some of the grooves may still be visible as a line through the NuWallpaper. Also, if the moisture is coming through the walls and the Nuwallpaper gets wet, then it may become discolored or peel off. It is not designed to work in areas where it is getting moist. However, if it is just a bit humid then you should be fine. Best of luck with your decorating project and please let us know how it turns out!

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