How to Install Woven Peel & Stick and Smooth Wallpaper

JUN 30, 2015 updated Dec 14, 2021

Excited to install your new Spoonflower wallpaper but not quite sure where to start? Join the Spoonflower help team today as they show you a step-by-step process to installing both our Woven and Smooth wallpaper!

How to Install Woven Peel & Stick Wallpaper

Wallpaper design: Hexo by nouveau_bohemian

Please note our Woven wallpaper is not recommended for use on even slightly textured walls. For children’s rooms, we recommend buying our Smooth wallpaper.

How to Install Smooth Wallpaper

Wallpaper design: Sun Moon Stars by andrea_lauren

Have you used either, or both, of our wallpapers in a project? Please share what you’ve created or updated with Smooth or Peel & Stick wallpaper in the comments below!

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  • Suzanne Melton

    We want to wallpaper one wall in the living room.

    First Question: the wall has new sheetrock/tape/mud. Should we prime the wall before wallpapering?

    Second Question:
    Dave wants to use the smooth wallpaper (with water) because that how he wallpapered in the ’70s.

    I want to use the woven peel-and-stick wallpaper because I wallpapered using water in the ’70s, too…and I think peel-and-stick would be much easier and less labor-intensive.

    Outside of being less expensive, is there a quality or performance reason to spend the additional time and labor using the smooth wallpaper?

    We own this house and, once up, the wallpaper will never come down (in our lifetimes, anyway).

    P.S. We did not wallpaper together in the ’70s. Had we been, we probably wouldn’t be together now…