If glue isn't for you, opt for a more user-friendly peel and stick wallpaper! Prep and repair your wall as needed, measure twice, and begin sticking! If your wallpaper has a large pattern, consider working from a focal point outwards for the optimal placement. Work in small sections gently smoothing on your wallpaper. Avoid stretching your paper as you apply it to prevent creasing. If there is a small bubble or crease in your paper, proceed cautiously to gently score the center of the bubble to help smooth it down.
Peel and stick paper can be easier to remove than traditional wallpaper, making it perfect for temporary spaces or rentals. It’s also a good option for small scale projects or to test before committing. Without glue, edges and corners could be more prone to peeling overtime. Glue will always ensure a more secure stick but require a more skilled application.