This farmhouse wallpaper adds a really soft, subtle feel that’s still comfy and cozy. See how celebrity designers, Colin and Justin, use it to decorate a farmhouse living room on an episode of Cityline and learn how you can create this look on your own walls!
Watch it on Cityline
TV personalities, Colin and Justin, share all their farmhouse living room ideas, including a farmhouse wood wallpaper that I custom made for them. And the good news? This removable wallpaper is now in-stock and available to buy on my website!
Why it Pairs Well with a Farmhouse Living Room
This farmhouse style wallpaper creates a simple and minimalist backdrop that allows country décor to shine, like the warm auburn throw cushions and textured wicker baskets.
You can even hang some rustic art or a shaker style peg rail right over this easy DIY wallpaper to add layers and texture.
Farmhouse Wallpaper That’s Worn and Full of Texture
Part of the farmhouse look is using décor that’s worn, faded and imperfect in a natural way. That’s why this wood wallpaper pairs so well with the wicker furniture and country style sofa.
You can see all the wood grain, nails and knots in the whitewash wood wallpaper. It feels effortless.
Easy to Hang – DIYers Rejoice!
My removable wallpaper is the easiest to hang if you’re tackling this DIY project yourself. So go ahead and hang this farmhouse wallpaper at 3/4 height to create a country themed living room like Colin and Justin. Or install it to create a light, airy full feature wall. Either way, you’ll be done in an afternoon.
Removable Wallpaper – Perfect for TV Sets and Your Walls!
But in your own home, you can have confidence knowing it’s sturdy enough to stay put for years. Even twenty years later, it won’t damage the paint or sheetrock when you pull it off.
More Farmhouse Wallpaper Ideas
You can see all the wood wallpaper designs on my website, which are perfect to get that farmhouse look. Here are a few of my faves:
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