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  1. michal ellen ruder says:

    Hi there. What is the best way to mount peel & stick wallpaper at a wall intersection (i.e. going around the room from one wall to the next)? Should I cut the paper and mount the two parts separately, or mount it all at the same time and use the smoother to tuck the paper into the crease at the wall intersection?

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      I did it both ways and I would probably suggest cutting into two pieces versus trying to fit it to the wall as one piece. It was kind of hard to make sure it was completely “tucked in” the corner, so I had to redo it a few times. Totally personal preference I guess, but I would say two pieces at the crease.

    2. With regular wallpaper, you overlap the inside corner with an extra inch of wallpaper. Then, on the next wall, you start in the corner. That way the corner is covered, even if it has irregularities. I don’t know why this wouldn’t work for peel and stick.

      1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

        I’m totally sure it does!! Great tip!!

  2. Is the peel and stick wallpaper easy to remove? Is there damage to the wall when removed?

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      Totally easy to remove and No damage at all! In fact, I had to reposition it a few times putting it up and no issue!

  3. cindy mcclain says:

    I am having trouble getting the brick to match up, any suggestions

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      Are they from the same batch? If you check the batch numbers, they should be the same. If they are, my only other suggestion is to try and overlap the pieces of wallpaper slightly to match the pattern.

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