Energize your Airstream's interior décor with Peel + Stick Removable Wallpaper from our friends at Tempaper. Choose from a wide selection of patterns – from bold prints to subtle abstract motifs – that are easy to install in a variety of locations throughout your Airstream. Best of all: Tempaper goes up easily and peels away with no leftover residue. Pair your new wallpaper with Custom Replacement Curtains for complementary styles!
Whether you're a total beginner, a do-it-yourself enthusiast or a design pro, you’ll love how removable wallpaper goes up easily with no messy glues or pastes (you just peel and stick!). Removable wallpaper takes the risk and stresses out of decorating and gives you the freedom to add pattern and style to any room. Each roll is 20.5 inches wide and 16.5 feet long, with cover for 28 square feet. We recommend buying 10 percent more than what you've measured in square feet to allow for plenty of room to trim.
Tempaper is easy to install with just a few tools you probably already have around the house. In addition to scissors, a measuring tape, and masking tape, you'll also need a utility knife and a squeegee (available in our convenient Removable Wallpaper Tool bundle, which also includes a self-healing cutting mat, and an aluminum yard stick).
Wipe down your application surface to clear it of debris. Then use masking tape to cover the edges of any fixtures or surfaces that your paper might overlap to prevent any snags.
Measure the surface you want to cover with Tempaper, and add an inch of bleed to each dimension to give you plenty of space to work.
Using the scissors, carefully cut panels to fit the application area. If you're installing a mural paper, make sure that you cut the paper so the patterns will line up across each panel.
Before you peel off the backing, line up your panels on the surface to make sure it's the right size. Use your fingers to press the paper around the edges, and then cut away an excess. Then, unpeel a small section of the backing at the top to expose the adhesive. Carefully align the paper and press the adhesive against the surface to begin hanging it. Use one hand to press the adhesive and another to hold the rest of the paper taut and away from the surface and prevent bubbles. Don't worry if it overlaps edges -- you can trim away excess later.
Remove more of the backing material as you apply your paper, working in small sections and smoothing down the paper with the squeegee. Move from the center to outside edges to work air bubbles out. When applying the paper around fixtures or walls, use the hard edge of the squeegee to press the material flush.
Once all the paper has been applied, use the utility knife to carefully trim away the excess and cut away the door gaps (if you're applying paper to your overhead lockers or cabinets). If there are still bubbles, pull back the paper and use the squeegee to move the bubbles out.