24 Removable Wallpapers That Look Like the Real Thing But Cost Half As Much

Landlord-approved and affordable.

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LEFT: Chasing Paper; RIGHT: Regan Baker Design

“Wallpapering is one of the most transformative things you can do a space,” L.A.-based design guru Emily Henderson tells us. It instantly sets the mood and crafts a narrative in ways paint simply cannot. But it also costs a lot to install and tends to kick up fears of commitment . That doesn't mean you have to give up on your wallpaper dreams though—there have been a ton of cool temporary options cropping up that deliver that same durable quality and aesthetic appeal of the classics.

The best parts? You won't need to hire a professional to hang it and it can be hear today, gone tomorrow. As Payton Turner, CEO & Creative Director of explains, “traditional papers require glue while removable papers come pre-pasted or with a sticky back, which is ready to go as is." And if you make mistakes, the adhesive is pretty forgiving, so you can just try again. Pro tip from the founder of Chasing Paper: If you have an air bubble in any spots, you can poke a small hole with a needle to help smooth it out. So without further ado, check out these removable wallpaper designs and shop your favorites for a home makeover that's completely commitment-free and landlord approved.

West Elm
Femme Wallpaper

With quick, loose brushstrokes and evocative imagery, this monochrome wallpaper would be perfect in a home office space.

$117, West Elm

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Urban Outfitters
Yellow Floral Wallpaper

This is not Charlotte Perkins Gilman's scary yellow wallpaper—quite the opposite, actually. And "the world always needs more chintz,” Henderson muses. This modern interpretation gives the style a second wind.

$39, Urban Outfitters

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Target
Flamingo Cheeky Pink Wallpaper

Nothing says "welcome to the fun house" like pink flamingo wallpaper. Put it in a small space like a hallway or powder room to give it a bigger personality.

$98, Target

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Graham & Brown
Dots Black & White Wallpaper

This graphic, whimsical print would spice up the backs of your bookcases or work well as a statement ceiling.

$140, Graham & Brown

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Chasing Paper
Whirling Sky Wallpaper

Keith Haring painting or removable wallpaper?

$40, Chasing Paper

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Urban Outfitters
Clara Jungle

One of the biggest wallpaper trends this year has been painterly interpretations and non-repeating motifs. This one is sweet without being overly delicate.

$39, Urban Outfitters

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West Elm
Tropical Leaf Print Wallpaper

Channel the Beverly Hills Hotel with this banana leaf print wallpaper in the dining room. Vacation vibes forever.

$59, West Elm

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Graham & Brown
Crocodile Black Wallpaper

Set the mood with this inky-hued croc-effect wallpaper. It'll instantly inject depth and ambiance.

$85, Graham & Brown

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Tempaper
Canopy Wallpaper

Give your breakfast nook or dining room a formal feel with this robin's egg mural wallpaper. You don't need to spend all your savings on a de Gournay—this temporary pastel option is a lovely alternative.

$15, Tempaper

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Target
White Brick Wallpaper

Living in an exposed brick house is as easy as peel and stick.

$27, target.com

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West Elm
Raceway Wallpaper

Reminiscent of art deco design, this hypnotizing removable wallpaper would be great in a home bar.

$117, West Elm

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Graham & Brown
Chelsea Shadow Wallpaper

The juxtaposition between a dainty floral and moody monochrome color story makes this removable wallpaper the best of both worlds.

$140, Graham & Brown

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Target
Travertine Aquamarine/Gold Wallpaper

Texture-rich, nature-inspired prints will bring depth to any space they enter.

$98, Target

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Graham & Brown
Terrazzo Pink Wallpaper

The 80's are back in a big way with terrazzo tiles. And terrazzo-print removable wallpaper is the perfect way to dip your toe into the trend.

$140, Graham & Brown

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Anthropologie
Papillon Wallpaper

The muted toile backdrop contrasts nicely with the vivid orange butterflies. Pair it with modern furniture for an interesting contrast.

$88, Anthropologie

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Chasing Paper
Tree Toile Wallpaper

Toile doesn't have to look dated and stuffy, nor does it have to break the bank to be beautiful. This modern interpretation of florals works in just about any room.

$40, Chasing Paper

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Urban Outfitters
Amy Floral

Dainty and sweet, we imagine this wallpaper in a nursery. And yellow is always a reliable color choice if you need to cheer up a room.

$39, Urban Outfitters

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Chasing Paper
Porto Tile Wallpaper

Designer Britt Zunino predicts geometric shapes and architecturally inspired prints to get more and more popular. We're digging this one from Chasing Paper, and it also happens to be easier to put up than tiles.

$40, Chasing Paper

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Chasing Paper
Poppy Wallpaper

To keep florals from looking too frilly, try a fresh color and modern approach. This orangey-red hue will do the trick.

$40, Chasing Paper

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Target
Celestial Wallpaper

Whimsical constellations turn your space into a galaxy far, far away.

$23, target.com

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Chasing Paper
Tri-Angled Wallpaper

Add a pop of color to your room with this pinwheel paper. We also recommend trying this colorful pattern ($40 per panel) as a kitchen backsplash.

$117, Wayfair

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Chasing Paper
Wild

If you're afraid of going too bold, choose a fun pattern in a neutral color to add just a little character.

$40, Chasing Paper

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Wildflower Wallpaper

This blush-toned wildflower print will make your home feel like spring all year long.

$39, urbanoutfitters.com

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CosmoLiving by Cosmopolitan
Feathers Noir Wallpaper

The wispy feather print of this wallpaper designed by CosmoLiving has a whimsical vibe, but the bold black and white color scheme will anchor an entire room.

$1.32/sq ft, Wayfair

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