Before and After: A Hallway Makeover with Society Social Peel and Stick Grasscloth Wallpaper

One particular of the most transformative items I’ve performed in the new apartment is cling the new Culture Social x Wallpops peel and stick fake grasscloth wallpaper in my hallway. I was absolutely enthusiastic when Society Social announced the new line and gifted me rolls for my place, but I really experienced NO notion how very good it would wind up hunting. Of course I’ve constantly believed grasscloth wallpaper was wonderful – it adds excellent texture and that normal aspect that every place desires – but I really like it SO significantly extra than I even assumed I would! I’d utilised peel and adhere wallpaper in my earlier condominium so I knew how great it was for renters, but I’d really never ever read of peel and stick grasscloth right before. Usually grasscloth wallpaper is known for currently being pretty high-priced – so this peel and adhere fake choice is just this sort of a excellent and price range-friendlier choice! And I severely just can’t explain to it is faux – the texture is gorgeous. I didn’t even know it was fake for a even though, lol. This wallpaper entirely transformed the space, here it is prior to I moved in:

As much as placing the wallpaper up, I’m an adamant non-DIYer, so I had a person help me, and he had a incredibly effortless time with it. I’d beforehand had the same particular person really dangle real wallpaper in my lavatory, and this peel and stick took a fraction of the time and induced pretty tiny mess (compared to the serious wallpaper, which was a massive mess and took permanently). So it was extremely no muss no fuss and he even commented on how nicely it labored and how awesome the grasscloth was! You can see over that he also made use of it to go over my gigantic fuse box, which really helped make the area glimpse a whole lot superior! Culture Social has a calculator on their website that will convey to you how several rolls to buy – this venture needed about a few.

 

On the correct you can see the texture and colour up close. I genuinely feel it is best – just couldn’t be additional delighted with it. I appeared at a handful of of their vibrant options and really preferred them all, but I had no hesitation when it came to choosing the wheat colour – I just really like that all-natural search and felt it would be perfect for the hallway. You can see that I also coated the light switch – that I essentially did myself! It was tremendous uncomplicated – the wallpaper went on simply and caught with no challenge. The only difficulty is I have to have to redo it because I caught the wallpaper on with the traces likely vertically as an alternative of horizontally – whoops! The good thing is it was so simple it will not be a challenge to redo it.

To make this tiny, move-as a result of house come to feel far more particular, I switched out the super hideous flush mount for a lovely and whimsical one particular from Anthropologie. It has small leaves all more than and a pretty, natural and organic condition to it, and I like that it adds an additional natural aspect to the house. I have a lot of florals in the bed room so I truly feel like this mild fixture gives a tiny preview of that!

I also hung an unabashedly female Inslee botanical print that I experienced body with a pink and white double mat – I just enjoy it! Involving the grasscloth wallpaper, the light fixture, and the framed print, I sense like I have been equipped to just take a nothing at all kind of area and produce this charming minimal minute. It’s just a fantastic illustration I feel of how any room in your dwelling, no issue how seemingly trivial and modest or unimportant, can be an chance to make anything unique.

All round, my only regret with the Culture Social grasscloth wallpaper is that I could not use a lot more of it in a larger area in my dwelling! I’m very joyful with the paint colors I chose but I enjoy this stuff so substantially I would have happily done a full room with it. I cannot suggest it plenty of!

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