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The Beachwood peel and stick NuWallpaper is quickly becoming one of our most loved products. Beachwood is a beautiful design that adds a shabby chic, coastal style to any room. It’s alluring yet relaxing, and simple yet stylish.

It makes a beautiful feature wall or décor accent.

See how it transformed these spaces:

Wood Wall Before and After using peel and stick wallpaperBeachwood DIY Ikea Chair HackDIY Minifridge Makeover

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