18 September 2019 Tags: ,

I worked with Cityline to hang my removable brick wallpaper on their mini wall for several celebrity designers to use.  Watch my grey brick wallpaper on three separate episodes to see how the experts decorate it and get the look for your own walls!

Watch this Light Brick Wallpaper on Cityline

Celebrity designers, Colin and Justin, start their segment by featuring my Barn Wood wallpaper and then talk about creating a soft, chalky feeling to a room using my removable brick wallpaper (around 4:25).

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Removable Brick Wallpaper

Grey Brick Wallpaper as seen on Cityline with Colin McAllister and Tracy Moore from About Murals

The experts at Cityline love my removable wallpaper because they can quickly peel the murals off and redecorate their wall for the next show.

Clients love it too, because they know their walls won’t get damaged and they only have to spend a couple minutes peeling the panels off.

Hang Art over this Faux Brick Wallpaper

A removable brick wallpaper used on set at Cityline, by AboutMurals.ca

Colin and Justin hang a rustic wooden piece of art right over the grey brick wallpaper using a nail (you can do this at home, too) and pair it with other galvanized metal décor and a soft area rug.

Watch the Brick Effect Wallpaper on Cityline

Christian Dare uses the gray brick wallpaper as a backdrop to hang custom art that doubles as a clutter buster (around 6:15).

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It’s Strong and Durable

Christian Dare and Tracy Moore stand in front of a removable brick wallpaper from AboutMurals.ca on set at Cityline

The paper in all of my wallpaper murals is made from a combination of sustainable wood pulp and polyester fibres, making it super strong and durable.

Celebrity designer, Christian Dare uses Velcro strips to hang his artwork over the removable brick wallpaper, but the wall had to be in good condition for the next expert to decorate.  You can be sure if these celebs are using Velcro strips, 3M hangers and nails (and then removing them), these wallpaper murals will also stand up in your own home.

Watch Wendy Russell use this Removable Brick Wallpaper

Watch Wendy’s tips on how to decorate with budget friendly wall art around 2:56.

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Reusable Wallpaper that’s Budget Friendly

DIY expery, Wendy Russel, talks about ways to decorate on a tight budget, so here’s a budget-friendly fact about all of my wallpaper murals – they’re reusable!

Since this is removable brick wallpaper, you just carefully peel it off the wall and then it’s ready to be reused!

So if you’re moving and want to take your mural with you or if you’re just ready for a new look and want to gift your mural to a friend or charity, you can.

Easy to Hang Wallpaper

Adrienne of AboutMurals.ca hangs a removable brick wallpaper on set at Cityline

I always hang my wallpaper for the TV personalities on Cityline, but it’s so easy to hang that anyone can do it!  Follow my How-To Hang Video Tutorial to help you along!

For anyone in the greater Hamilton / Toronto areas of Ontario, I also offer installation services.

No Repeat Pattern Makes it Look Real

A gray brick wallpaper sold by AboutMurals.ca

Most brick wallpaper out there has a repeat pattern that you match up at the seams.  This can leave a diagonal pattern running down your wall, almost looking like stairs.  Your eyes will be drawn to it making the brick look fake.

Since my removable brick wallpaper is a high resolution photograph of a real brick wall, there is no repeat pattern.  It looks like a real brick wall.

Crisp and Clear Photography with lots of Texture

The brick wallpaper I sell is super crisp and clear because it’s a high resolution image of 450 MegaPixels (versus most competitor’s at 25-35 MegaPixels).  The photo captures all the aged character of the brick like the cracks and gritty mortar.

But how does the photographer do this?

He takes 74 close-up photos (using a high resolution setting on his camera) of segments of a real brick wall and then stitches them all together in Photoshop.

No Complicated Measurement Calculations

Since this is a wallpaper MURAL of a real brick wall, and not regular wallpaper with a repeat pattern, you don’t have to make all those complicated calculations of how many rolls you need.  Just measure your wall and buy the size that you need.

I use a 6’W x 8’H size for the mini wall on set at Cityline, but this design comes in lots of sizes – even up to 36’W!

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About the Author: 

Adrienne is the owner and founder of About Murals. Her work has been featured on Cityline, HGTV, The DIY Network, CTV Life and The Toronto Sun. She enjoys writing about trends in wallpaper murals and creating videos teaching DIYers how to hang wallpaper. You can reach her at adrienne@aboutmurals.ca.

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