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pc1976

  1 month ago

How do you feel about wallpaper in your house?

When we bought this house 17 years ago it had a lot of wallpaper. One of the first things we did was take it down but it was hard and made a big mess. I like the look of it on one wall like in this picture and have been tempted to do my bedroom this way but I know I would probably get tired of it quickly so I guess I will stick with paint.
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reno876

  1 month ago
I would have done what you did and took it down. No way on the wallpaper! Reply
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beaniecat

  1 month ago
I have wallpaper in one bathroom and my kitchen. I should have removed it or had it removed many years ago. It is not wallpaper I installed. I did remove wallpaper from one bathroom and it was a terrible job. I need to have my kitchen totally renovated and need to get rid of that awful wallpaper! Reply
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dellis1996

  1 month ago
Wallpaper is a no! It's awful to get that stuff off, the longer it's been on the walls. Reply
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2rallan

  1 month ago
I hate it! Much rather have paint, which is easily changed if one wants to refresh or have a different color. Reply
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pdnr

  1 month ago
No way ever again for me!
We put up wallpaper in three of our previous homes and in my mom's home. In the first home we wallpapered, we had a terrible job getting the previous owner's wallpaper down because the walls had not been properly prepared. And putting up the new wallpaper up was a chore too. The saying is if your marriage can survive wallpapering together, it can survive anything! LOL and true.
The second home we wallpapered was done by a designer because we had that home built ourselves. I would hate to have to take that down because one of the rooms we wallpapered was a large master bath with 14 foot ceilings! The third home thankfully didn't have any wallpaper and all I did was put up wallpaper border in the powder room and breakfast room so that wasn't hard.
We removed and put up wallpaper in the kitchen and bathrooms in my mom's home 30 to 40 years ago and that was a chore. And when I tried to get it down in the kitchen so we could paint it before selling it, I know I washed the walls down and used wallpaper glue remover at least 30+ times before my husband finally sanded down the walls so we could paint the room. The problem was that the wallpaper had been up for so long, the glue became part of the sheetrock.
When we built our current home 15 years ago, I was so tired of wallpaper and knowing how hard it is to get down, I decided I would never wallpaper again. And I've noticed the price of wallpaper has dramatically increased, even more expensive than when we wallpapered many years ago.
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jkrasnick

  1 month ago
I have wallpaper in my powder room and I really like it. I used to have wallpaper in my kitchen, but I took it down when I re-did my kitchen and didn't replace it because I don't have much walls pace, between the cabinets and the backsplash. I would consider wallpaper for my other bathrooms, but probably not for other rooms. It's easier to change paint colors than wallpaper, like you said. Reply
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pr41799

  1 month ago
I don't care for a full room of wallpaper, but I do like borders. Reply
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jade1024

  1 month ago
I like the wallpaper in this photo. I like it if it is tastefully done. Reply
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EHS123

  1 month ago
All of the walls are painted in my house. It is easier. I helped my dad wallpaper his house many years ago, and we hung the paper upside down. We did not know that there was a top and a bottom to the floral pattern! Reply
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vklucy05

  1 month ago
I do like that accent wall. Reply
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