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

One particular of the most transformative issues I have done in the new apartment is hang the new Culture Social x Wallpops peel and stick faux grasscloth wallpaper in my hallway. I was certainly fired up when Society Social announced the new line and gifted me rolls for my place, but I definitely experienced NO thought how superior it would wind up seeking. Of class I have usually assumed grasscloth wallpaper was wonderful – it adds amazing texture and that organic aspect that every area needs – but I like it SO considerably more than I even thought I would! I’d utilized peel and adhere wallpaper in my earlier condominium so I realized how excellent it was for renters, but I’d really never ever read of peel and adhere grasscloth just before. Commonly grasscloth wallpaper is known for staying pretty costly – so this peel and stick faux possibility is just such a great and spending plan-friendlier solution! And I critically can not convey to it is fake – the texture is attractive. I didn’t even comprehend it was faux for a when, lol. This wallpaper fully remodeled the place, in this article it is before I moved in:

As significantly as placing the wallpaper up, I’m an adamant non-DIYer, so I experienced a person help me, and he had a extremely uncomplicated time with it. I’d formerly had the identical particular person really cling serious wallpaper in my toilet, and this peel and stick took a fraction of the time and caused extremely minimal mess (as opposed to the serious wallpaper, which was a substantial mess and took without end). So it was pretty no muss no fuss and he even commented on how nicely it worked and how wonderful the grasscloth was! You can see above that he also utilized it to include my gigantic fuse box, which really served make the space glimpse a great deal improved! Modern society Social has a calculator on their web site that will convey to you how lots of rolls to get – this challenge required about a few.

 

On the proper you can see the texture and shade up close. I truly believe it is fantastic – just couldn’t be extra pleased with it. I appeared at a couple of of their colorful alternatives and definitely liked them all, but I had no hesitation when it arrived to picking the wheat coloration – I just appreciate that purely natural seem and felt it would be great for the hallway. You can see that I also coated the gentle swap – that I essentially did myself! It was super straightforward – the wallpaper went on very easily and stuck with no difficulty. The only challenge is I require to redo it because I caught the wallpaper on with the lines going vertically in its place of horizontally – whoops! Thankfully it was so simple it will not be a issue to redo it.

To make this very small, pass-by place experience much more unique, I switched out the super unappealing flush mount for a lovely and whimsical a person from Anthropologie. It has minimal leaves all around and a fairly, natural and organic form to it, and I like that it adds an supplemental organic element to the space. I have a good deal of florals in the bedroom so I come to feel like this light-weight fixture gives a very little preview of that!

I also hung an unabashedly feminine Inslee botanical print that I had body with a pink and white double mat – I just love it! In between the grasscloth wallpaper, the mild fixture, and the framed print, I come to feel like I’ve been equipped to choose a absolutely nothing type of room and create this pretty little instant. It’s just a great example I imagine of how any room in your house, no issue how seemingly trivial and smaller or unimportant, can be an possibility to produce a thing special.

Total, my only regret with the Society Social grasscloth wallpaper is that I could not use far more of it in a bigger room in my residence! I’m pretty pleased with the paint colors I selected but I love this stuff so considerably I would have fortunately finished a full place with it. I can’t advise it enough!

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