Swag Paper
$118.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG107-6) read more

Swag Paper
$106.25

You've never used wallpaper as easy and stylish as the Swag Paper Distressed Trellis Self-Adhesive Wallpaper. Engineered for hassl...e-free creation of a DIY designer style, these self-adhesive panels feature a distressed trellis pattern in your choice of color, and can be easily removed and repositioned (and even reused) as needed. Created with an inch of width overlap for perfect seams and pattern matches, these 26W inch panels are available in a range of standardized heights for easy fitting on any wall. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look wi (SWAG126-14) read more

Swag Paper
$106.25

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG078-14) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG081-4) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG090-4) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG099-2) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

A beautiful, hassle-free solution for accent walls or whole room redecorating, the Swag Paper Ikat Self-Adhesive Wallpaper is a sm...art designer solution to a common DIY problem. This classic floral scrollwork design is printed on panels of handcrafted fabric that can be removed, repositioned, and reused as needed. It comes in your choice of color, with 26W inch panels in a range of convenient heights. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick" panels feature handcrafted poly-weav (SWAG125-5) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG086-14) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG096-4) read more

Swag Paper
$106.25

The Swag Paper Fleur Self-Adhesive Wallpaper offers a DIY designer look without the frustrations of ordinary wallpaper. The contem...porary design of these self-adhesive panels is printed on premium handcrafted fabric with a light, crinkle-free texture. Available in your choice of color and panel height, these stylish precut panels can be removed, repositioned, and reused on almost any clean primed or painted wall or flat surface. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick" panels feat (SWAG124-14) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG080-2) read more

Swag Paper
$106.25

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG102-16) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

Created for incredibly easy DIY decorating, the Swag Paper Mosaic Self-Adhesive Wallpaper offers a designer look at a fraction of ...the price of ordinary wallpaper. These pre-cut panels feature a beautiful modern mosaic pattern printed on lightly textured, handcrafted fabric, in your choice of fresh designer colors. The panels measure 25W inches with an extra inch of overlap for seamless side-by-side application, and are available in a range of standardized heights. Removable, repositionable, and even reusable, Swag Paper panels are the smart way to DIY. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wa (SWAG128-5) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG086-6) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG099-4) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

The Swag Paper Woven Trellis Self-Adhesive Wallpaper is a DIY paper with a chic designer look in your choice of contemporary color.... Its easy, no-mess, peel-and-stick design features quality handmade fabric in 25W inch panels with an extra inch of width for seamless side-by-side positioning. Crinkle-free, removable, and repositionable, the panels can be applied to clean primed or painted walls, flat surfaces, and even some furniture. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick & r (SWAG123-10) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

You've never used wallpaper as easy and stylish as the Swag Paper Distressed Trellis Self-Adhesive Wallpaper. Engineered for hassl...e-free creation of a DIY designer style, these self-adhesive panels feature a distressed trellis pattern in your choice of color, and can be easily removed and repositioned (and even reused) as needed. Created with an inch of width overlap for perfect seams and pattern matches, these 26W inch panels are available in a range of standardized heights for easy fitting on any wall. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look wi (SWAG126-10) read more

Swag Paper
$118.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG102-4) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

The Swag Paper Woven Trellis Self-Adhesive Wallpaper is a DIY paper with a chic designer look in your choice of contemporary color.... Its easy, no-mess, peel-and-stick design features quality handmade fabric in 25W inch panels with an extra inch of width for seamless side-by-side positioning. Crinkle-free, removable, and repositionable, the panels can be applied to clean primed or painted walls, flat surfaces, and even some furniture. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick & rd (SWAG123-5) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG096-2) read more

Swag Paper
$106.25

A beautiful, hassle-free solution for accent walls or whole room redecorating, the Swag Paper Ikat Self-Adhesive Wallpaper is a sm...art designer solution to a common DIY problem. This classic floral scrollwork design is printed on panels of handcrafted fabric that can be removed, repositioned, and reused as needed. It comes in your choice of color, with 26W inch panels in a range of convenient heights. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick" panels feature handcrafted poly-weav (SWAG125-9) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG080-4) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

The Swag Paper Fleur Self-Adhesive Wallpaper offers a DIY designer look without the frustrations of ordinary wallpaper. The contem...porary design of these self-adhesive panels is printed on premium handcrafted fabric with a light, crinkle-free texture. Available in your choice of color and panel height, these stylish precut panels can be removed, repositioned, and reused on almost any clean primed or painted wall or flat surface. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick" panels featu (SWAG124-5) read more

Swag Paper
$106.25

The Swag Paper Fleur Self-Adhesive Wallpaper offers a DIY designer look without the frustrations of ordinary wallpaper. The contem...porary design of these self-adhesive panels is printed on premium handcrafted fabric with a light, crinkle-free texture. Available in your choice of color and panel height, these stylish precut panels can be removed, repositioned, and reused on almost any clean primed or painted wall or flat surface. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick" panels feat (SWAG124-19) read more

Swag Paper
$118.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG078-4) read more

Swag Paper
$118.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG107-4) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG107-2) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

Enjoy a designer look at a DIY cost with the Swag Paper Grasscloth Self-Adhesive Wallpaper, a beautifully made wallpaper printed o...n handcrafted poly-weave fabric. These lightly textured, crinkle-free panels come pre-cut, with an extra inch of overlap for seamless side-by-side positioning. Removable, repositionable, and reusable, these panels are the smart and hassle-free way to create a new look for any wall or room. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick" panels feature (SWAG130-5) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG096-6) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG081-6) read more

Swag Paper
$104.99

The Swag Paper Triamonds Self-Adhesive Wallpaper allows you to create fashionable rooms and accent walls without the frustrations ...of wallpaper. These pre-cut, self-adhesive panels can be removed and repositioned as needed, and are printed on a crinkle-free, lightly textured, handcrafted poly-woven fabric. Available in your choice of color and panel height, this modern designer wallpaper makes DIY decorating as easy as can be. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick" panels fe (SWAG127-15) read more

Swag Paper
$118.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG102-8) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG099-6) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

Created for incredibly easy DIY decorating, the Swag Paper Mosaic Self-Adhesive Wallpaper offers a designer look at a fraction of ...the price of ordinary wallpaper. These pre-cut panels feature a beautiful modern mosaic pattern printed on lightly textured, handcrafted fabric, in your choice of fresh designer colors. The panels measure 25W inches with an extra inch of overlap for seamless side-by-side application, and are available in a range of standardized heights. Removable, repositionable, and even reusable, Swag Paper panels are the smart way to DIY. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY w (SWAG128-10) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG086-2) read more

Swag Paper
$118.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG107-8) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG092-4) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

The Swag Paper Fleur Self-Adhesive Wallpaper offers a DIY designer look without the frustrations of ordinary wallpaper. The contem...porary design of these self-adhesive panels is printed on premium handcrafted fabric with a light, crinkle-free texture. Available in your choice of color and panel height, these stylish precut panels can be removed, repositioned, and reused on almost any clean primed or painted wall or flat surface. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick" panels feat (SWAG124-10) read more

Swag Paper
$118.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG102-6) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG081-2) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG084-4) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG090-2) read more

Swag Paper
$106.25

The Swag Paper Woven Trellis Self-Adhesive Wallpaper is a DIY paper with a chic designer look in your choice of contemporary color.... Its easy, no-mess, peel-and-stick design features quality handmade fabric in 25W inch panels with an extra inch of width for seamless side-by-side positioning. Crinkle-free, removable, and repositionable, the panels can be applied to clean primed or painted walls, flat surfaces, and even some furniture. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look within reach of any budget. Their pre-cut "peel and stick & r (SWAG123-14) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG092-6) read more

Swag Paper
$118.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG078-2) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

Created for incredibly easy DIY decorating, the Swag Paper Mosaic Self-Adhesive Wallpaper offers a designer look at a fraction of ...the price of ordinary wallpaper. These pre-cut panels feature a beautiful modern mosaic pattern printed on lightly textured, handcrafted fabric, in your choice of fresh designer colors. The panels measure 25W inches with an extra inch of overlap for seamless side-by-side application, and are available in a range of standardized heights. Removable, repositionable, and even reusable, Swag Paper panels are the smart way to DIY. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY w (SWAG128-15) read more

Swag Paper
$118.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG102-10) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG094-2) read more

Swag Paper
$100.99

The Tools You'll Need: Tape measure Sponge Straight edge Level (optional) Utility knife or razor blade Plastic smoother (a credit ...card also works) Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feet Divided the width by 2 and find the number of panels you'll need Peel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wall Smooth over Keep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch increments Trim off the excess material Overlap panels by 1 inch to match patterns Create a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans.(SWAG092-2) read more

Swag Paper
$118.75

You've never used wallpaper as easy and stylish as the Swag Paper Distressed Trellis Self-Adhesive Wallpaper. Engineered for hassl...e-free creation of a DIY designer style, these self-adhesive panels feature a distressed trellis pattern in your choice of color, and can be easily removed and repositioned (and even reused) as needed. Created with an inch of width overlap for perfect seams and pattern matches, these 26W inch panels are available in a range of standardized heights for easy fitting on any wall. The Tools You'll Need: Tape measureSpongeStraight edgeLevel (optional)Utility knife or razor bladePlastic smoother (a credit card also works)Step stool or ladder Easy Installation Instructions: Measure the width of your wall in feetDivided the width by 2 to find the number of panels you'll needPeel backing by about 8 to 12 inches and apply to wallSmooth overKeep pulling the backing away in 8- to 12-inch incrementsTrim off the excess materialOverlap panels by 1 inch to match patternsCreate a butt seam by cutting the top overlapping layer of wallpaper, removing it, and smoothing over Swag Paper - Empowering the Do-It-Yourselfer: Forget the paste, the crinkles, and cutting rolls of wallpaper to make the patterns match. Dave and Daniela Fields-a brother-and-sister team-developed Swag Paper for Do-It-Yourselfers with high aspirations and little time. Their adhesive-backed panels apply in a fraction of the time it takes to apply traditional wallpaper, and all you really need in the way of tools is a tape measure, sponge, straight edge, utility knife, and credit card. Swag Paper is removable, non-destructive, and residue free-making it the go-to solution for renters with big decorating plans. About Swag Paper Founded in Chicago by a brother-and-sister team, Swag Paper is the first company to create a truly DIY wall decorating solution that puts a luxury designer look wit (SWAG126-5) read more

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