How long does it take to put up NuWallpaper? Minutes. And how long does it take to take it down? Seconds. This FriDIY we decided to test NuWallpaper’s installation and removal efficiency for ourselves, and were definitely impressed with the results. Don’t believe us? Watch the video and see for yourself.

Up in minutes and down in seconds, Nuwallpaper is perfect for renters, college students and DIYers! It sticks to any smooth surface, and doesn’t leave a sticky residue behind. In a variety of patterns, textures, and metallic accents, there’s a NuWallpaper design for everyone. All you have to do is peel, stick, smooth and you’re done!

Patterns featured:

Vintage Chalkboard

Reclaimed Tin

Blue Florentine Tile

Charisma 

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