Video Tutorial: Fabric Wallpaper
Happy Friday! Today I am sharing a video tutorial for hanging fabric on a wall using liquid starch:
Starched fabric walls really look like wallpaper and are a great way to add some interest to your home! This tutorial is great for anyone with commitment issues and/or for renters. It really is easy to remove and does not damage walls. To see my original post which inspired this video tutorial, you can click HERE.
**UPDATE** I have used this wall treatment several times throughout our home with much success. I have also removed the starched fabric, and it has left no damage to the wall. It really is a great temporary solution to wallpaper!
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4 thoughts on “Fabric Wallpaper Tutorial”
Does this treatment work well in high hummity areas of the home, like bathrooms?
Hi Mandy, it would work in a half bath, but I don’t think I’d try it in a bathroom with a shower.
Will this work on textured walls?