With all of this time we’ve been spending at home – hello lockdown! – has anyone else been feeling like they’re wanting to change things up, renovate or add a little bit more style to their home?


Kmart has just released some brand new, and very cool, removable wallpapers to their range, and they’re already gaining great popularity. The Kmart Removable Wallpapers range comes in four different styles, and are a whopping 1000cm in length for just $35. It’s easy to use, and is recommended for smooth surfaces, so you can try it out on ceramic or glass tiles, laminate, painted walls and even mirrors. Think of all the cool spaces you could update at home.

Ready to see the range? Check out these four fun styles.


The most popular of all the colour ways, is the palm tree wallpaper. It’s great for living areas, and even looks stunning in bedrooms too.


How great would this look in a baby’s nursery? We’re loving the large flowers for a feminine tough.


Stripes are so timeless and classic, so we’re loving the Kmart Stripe Wallpaper for office spaces, boy’s bedrooms and living spaces too.


Terrazzo is HUGE right now, and not just for floors. Easily update a bathroom or laundry space with a touch of this Terrazzo Wallpaper.

Have a look how these creative women have styled up their homes using the new, affordable wallpaper.

@tidybodeco turned a wardrobe into a space to call her home (and a haven away from her six kids!).

@kmart_sunnyhills styled up this nook in her home without breaking the budget.

@extra.ordinary.home has given her laundry a super fresh update in one afternoon.

So, we know that the Kmart Removable Wallpaper is a bargain decor buy, but just how easy is it to install? We’ve had a little experience in this area, so we can share that it’s really quite easy to do, and can change a room in a matter of hours. It’s such a fun, non-permanent way to update a room. If you don’t like it in a few months, you can easily remove it and change it up again.

Tips for installing removable wallpaper:

  • Have an extra set of hands. While installing the removable wallpaper is doable as a solo DIY job, it’s much easier with an extra set of hands.
  • You’ll need a sharp Stanley knife and something to smooth the paper over as you install it. A great tool is a credit card or licence, to smooth out any bumps.
  • Pop air bubbles with a pin. You can smooth most bubbles out by using a card to swipe them out, but when you encounter some more stubborn bubbles, simply pop them by place a small hole in them using a pin, and then smoothing out using the card. Easy!
  • After installing the first sheet, overlap the next sheet ever-so-slightly so you don’t get any gaps on your wall.

Will you give this easy DIY a go? Have you got a room in mind to give a little freshen up?

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  • looks good :-)


  • Looks nice on the photos but it will not suit my home.


  • I love the Palm trees. Breathes a freshness to a space, Like an island breeze.


  • so pretty


  • What a great idea and so cheap. Have to put this idea into my maybe file for the moment


  • I prefer painted walls with artwork as the focus.


  • The large flowers are lovely as an accent, but look overly busy on a bigger wall.


  • It looks great but I’m not a fan of wallpaper


  • I know what my youngest will be getting next time we go to Kmart. At the moment she has material pinned to her walls & roof so this would be perfect for her & save my poor walls from any further damage.


  • A nice idea – but I imagine it to be really tricky to get it looking great.


  • Fantastic. It adds so much to some spaces. Clearly wallpaper is back in. A throwback to the 70s.


  • nice idea, awful designs. You couldnt pay me to live with these, ugh! no thanks!

    • Yes, I wouldn’t like any of these designs on my walls either !


  • This is great for temporally up lift the look around the house.


  • Yes, I can think of plenty of areas that I would be tempted to use these on. Maybe, once it has gained more popularity, they’ll bring out more designs – I’d like something brighter/bolder.


  • Great idea for a baby’s room. I would like to know what the wall is going to be like once the paper is removed.

    • Yes that would be interesting to know, you don’t want to have your paintwork damaged !


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