Looking to freshen up your walls but lacking inspiration? This FriDIY we transformed an apartment’s family room with Nuwallpaper!

After construction, a blocked off door way turned into an awkward wall with a crown molding boarder. Unable to paint it or hang traditional wallpaper due the apartment’s lease, we used Nuwallpaper to create an updated and more complete look! Since Nuwallpaper doesn’t leave behind a sticky residue or damage walls, it’s ideal for renters who are looking to customize their space.

Check out the makeover below!

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