Ah, the entryway. It’s the first thing you see when you walk through the door, and can set the mood for the rest of your home’s decor. However, it can also be one of the most overlooked parts of the house. This FriDIY we transformed a boring entryway using NuWallpaper and a Chalkboard Wall Decal from WallPops. The end result is truly amazing!

Unable to hang traditional wallpaper because of the apartment’s lease, we used Wheat Grasscloth NuWallpaper to create a more finished looking entryway, dramatically changing the feel of the entire home. Since NuWallpaper and decals by WallPops don’t leave a sticky residue or damage walls, both are great options for renters who are looking to customize their space!

Check out the magic for yourself!

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