Decorating with Teens and RoomMates Peel and Stick Decor

by sarah on April 11, 2013

We have lived in our house for going on 8 years now and certain rooms haven’t even been painted more than the builder’s white but my growing daughters’ rooms have had several coats as their interests and decor choices have changed dramatically over that period of time.

As we have redecorated, I have fallen in love with easy stick-on or quick paste decor that adds to my daughters’ rooms without having to wallpaper the whole thing.


In the last year, we added lime green to the walls of my youngest’s room and this last week, we added One Direction‘s Louis, Harry, Zayn, Liam, and Niall to the area above her bed.

One Direction home decor

In applying the decals, we found them to be very easy to peel off the paper and stick onto the wall. I started with a foot of each boy and smoothed each one onto the wall in seconds.

We didn’t use the “I Love. . . ” stickers since my daughter couldn’t decide which one she liked the best.

The nice thing about the RoomMates Peel and Stick Decor is that you can remove and reapply them over and over without damaging the walls. As soon as my daughter gets tired of these, I can remove them and give them to another 1D Fan and start over!

You can even use the decals on laptops, windows, etc. which is pretty cool.


Right now, Hobbit fans can enter to win a Room Makeover Giveaway featuring The Hobbit Blu-Ray(TM) Combo Pack plus seven The Hobbit(TM): The Unexpected Journey wall decals. Ten runner-ups get a DVD and one decal.

Hobbit decal

We put The Hobbit large sticker in our basement area which fit right into our various entertainment related posters.

Follow RoomMates Decor on Twitter and Facebook and Pinterest ( for more fun ideas.

Read my other post on Roommates over at my mom blog:

{Disclosure: I received RoomMates Peel and Stick Decor to try in my own for review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.}




The following two tabs change content below.
Freelance Writer on Frugal Living, Inspirational Topics and Parenting

Latest posts by sarah (see all)

{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: