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Benefits Of Tropical Removable Wallpaper

Tropical peel and stick wallpaper come with a wealth of benefits. The cheery backdrop instantly adds a spark of personality that will make parties more lively, guests will feel more conversational and your stress will melt away. Tropical pattern wallpaper can also be used to enhance the theme of any room. It looks amazing with potted plants!

Wallpaper Is More Versatile Than Paint

Peel and stick wallpaper is a step above painting a room. It gives you the opportunity to hide imperfections by perfectly covering them up versus having to use plaster and paint to perfection. Botanical patterns, such as tropical ones, can add another dimension to rooms. This instantly gives them more depth, creating the illusion of more space. 

Wide Variety Of Patterns Available

Unlike paint, which only comes in standard colors, wallpaper is available in a wide array of patterns. Tropical patterns, such as leaves, are extremely popular! Some of our other tropical patterns available include:

  • Tropical patterns for a kitchen
  • Monstera leaves
  • Banana leaves
  • Urban jungle
  • Palm leaves

All of our wallpapers are also customizable. You can choose the size, color or scale of the design. 

Easy Installation/Removal

Outdated wallpaper required applying glue to the back of paper. Then, you had to carefully put the wallpaper in the perfect position. Hours later, the glue would be dry, and your wallpaper would remain in place for 5-10 years, or until you went through the hassle of scraping it off. 


Removable wallpaper creates the same look with none of the hassle. There is no glue, brushes, or tedious removal. Instead, customers can easily peel the backing off the back of the paper and stick it to the wall. To remove the wallpaper, peel it off the wall. It doesn’t get any easier than that!


One of the most common questions pertaining to peel and stick wallpaper is how durable is it? Removable wallpaper is extremely durable. It can last for years beyond traditional wallpaper. In addition to that, our wallpaper panels are created using high-quality paper that is resistant to both water and rips. 

Removable Wallpaper Tips

Beginners that are new to removable wallpaper are encouraged to learn a few tips before the installation process. 


  • Do not overlap wallpaper. Instead, apply the panels side by side for a continuous pattern that looks perfect. 

  • Do not use harsh chemicals to clean wallpaper. Instead, use a damp washcloth to remove dust and dirt. 

  • After receiving wallpaper panels in the mail, lay it flat to flatten the panels. They will be easier to install. 

  • Prepare the wall properly before installation. Wipe the wall with a washcloth to remove dust and dirt. Then, allow ample time for the wall to dry. Also, make sure to remove outlet covers, nails, light switch covers, etc. before applying the wallpaper.

Please take a moment to read through this guide before hanging, it will help ensure a successful installation of your chosen design. It is important that you understand the entire process before you start. If you are unsure of any of the steps, please get in touch with our customer service team who will be happy to help.

For optimal adhesion of your WALLFLORA peel and stick wallpaper, ensure the surface is smooth, clean, and dry. Remove any dirt, dust, grease, mildew, or ink stains to prevent adhesion issues. If dealing with heavily textured or damaged walls, consider using a heavy-duty wallpaper liner. We advise having two people for installation to ensure smooth application—so team up and enjoy the process!

Pre-Installation Checklist

  1. Clean the wall thoroughly with a microfiber cloth.
  2. Remove nails, screws, and fill in cracks.
  3. Switch off electricity and remove socket/switch covers.
  4. Sand rough areas smooth.
  5. Maintain room temperature at 68°F (20°C) during installation.
  6. Let wallpaper acclimate in room for 24 hours before applying.
  7. If walls are freshly painted, wait 4 weeks before applying wallpaper. If paint has washable coating, prime with PVA-based primer or regular emulsion paint and let dry before hanging.

Tools you will need

  1. Microfiber cloth
  2. Measuring tape
  3. Spirit level
  4. Pencil
  5. Exacto knife or paper knife
  6. Triangle ruler
  7. Plastic squeegee smoother with felt edge
  1. Unroll the wallpaper or mural and separate the panels. Arrange them in hanging order from left to right on the floor. For murals, use the numbers on the back of each panel, which are always positioned at the bottom to ensure correct orientation. Repeating patterns can be installed in any order.
  2. Once your wallpaper or mural is laid out, align the design to ensure the image or pattern matches before proceeding with installation.

Line up the first panel

Start from the left side of your wall. Use a tape measure and spirit level to mark where Panel 1 should be positioned. With a pencil create a vertical plumb line from floor to ceiling, then mark a horizontal line 19” from the wall with 1”-2” overhang on the left side of Panel 1. This ensures the first panel is hung straight, vital for successful installation.

Take time to ensure accuracy, as walls are never perfectly straight!

Install the first panel

  1. With your partner's assistance, peel about a third of the backing paper from the first panel. Align the top right edge with the marked plumb line, leaving a 2” overhang at the top to prevent gapping on uneven walls and ceilings.
  2. Once the first panel is straight, continue removing the lining paper slowly while working with the felt-tipped squeegee to apply pressure gradually from the middle, moving downward and outward. Avoid creasing the wallpaper by smoothing gently and evenly. Smoothing diagonally helps remove trapped air.
  3. If repositioning is necessary, gently remove and restick the panel until straight.

Butt up the panels

When hanging multiple panels, align the edges tightly together without overlapping!

  1. Peel about a third of the backing paper and, with assistance, visually match the design down the length of the wall. Once aligned, firmly press the panels together to conceal the seams without overlapping. Smooth out any air bubbles using the felt-tipped squeegee or a soft cloth.
  2. Proceed to remove the remaining backing paper and carefully smooth the wallpaper until fully installed.

Repeat until finished

  1. Repeat the previous steps for all panels until wallpaper is fully installed.
  2. Use a triangle ruler and sharp blade to trim excess from final drop and top/bottom of all drops.
  3. Firmly smooth wallpaper with felt-tipped squeegee to remove air pockets and ensure bonding to wall. Repeat this step one week after installation for optimal results.

Allow for drying at room temperature with adequate ventilation.