Removing old sheets of wallpaper can be a major pain. Not only is it an extra step to take in the midst of a remodel, but the paper may adhere to a solid wall rather than a layer of drywall. Removal is extremely difficult and may even damage the structure. Avoid this potential headache and general hassle, by painting over existing wallpaper. http://www.ehow.com/how_7878268_apply-paint-over-wallpaper.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
Dear Lillie: Matt and Meredith's HUGE Kitchen Makeover - tips at the end of the post about painting over wallpaper....however it has to be wallpaper that will not come off. if it's starting to peel, this won't work.
Love the industrial style kitchen in this home in England. The lights are just perfect over the metal table with a fun punch of yellow! The map is a great touch in the kitchen pulling in some other bright colours. The living is all muted greys and pastels with a wonderful wallpaper in the entry. The grey on the walls is great in the bedrooms with the colourful headboard and skirt in both rooms. Hope you all have a great weekend! Linking with Savvy Southern Style, French Country…
Should you remove wallpaper -- or just paint over it?
Want a truly mesmerising wallpaper mural? Lose yourself in this hazy beach wallpaper mural. Showing the calm waters gently lapping over the shore, marrying together shades of pastel. Its resemblance of a watercolour painting helps to create a calming environment in your home.