Vintage Ceiling Tile Wallpaper

Happy Friday Sweet Friends.

Peel and Stick Wallpaper is pretty popular.    You can put it up fairly easy and take it down without a lot of work if you want change.  I can see why it is growing in popularity.


This is the pattern I chose on Amazon.  Had good reviews and when I saw it I had an idea for my bathroom ceiling.

This is a picture of a sample they had on the Amazon.

Here is the site on Amazon.  There are several different prints this peel and stick wallpaper come.

Another idea on Amazon for using this particular print.

No messy water for prepasted.  Just peel and stick to the surface you want it to adhere.

As many of you know with taking bathroom pics it is hard in the small space to grab a picture of the whole bathroom.  No windows for natural light.

I love that it brings in a vintage feel to my bathroom ceiling.


It was not a hard project to do this small ceiling area in my bathroom.  Terry has lots of patience!!! He cut three strips and started in the middle of the ceiling.  He lined up the next two strips moving out from the center.  Used a blade to cut any access were the ceiling and wall match up.



If you have a cabinet or backsplash area or wall or ceiling space this peel and stick paper is a great option.  I will keep you posted on how it holds up with shower steam.  It seems like it has a tight grip to the ceiling.

Happy Friday
Have a great weekend.


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39 comments

  1. It looks great. We are going to work in our bathroom this year. Will check that out.

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  2. OMG...it looks so fabulous!!! LOVE IT!!!!
    ~Des

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  3. Kris,

    I love this!! I searched for Peel and stick wallpaper on Amazon and didn't see this one. I pinned it thinking backsplash in our laundry room.

    We have a bathroom with no outdoor lighting too.

    Cindy

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  4. It's hard to put architectural interest into a small space, and this really works. I know we put bead board on the small bathroom ceiling...and it really changed the space. Fun idea!!!

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  5. Kris, this is brilliant! I love the idea, and I might have to borrow it. Your bathroom is so pretty!

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  6. Is this 3-dimensional, or is it just a flat print?

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    1. Hi Pamela,
      It is flat but looks 3D. Pretty cool right?!!!!

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  7. How perfect, Kris. It really adds a lot of character to the bathroom. I swear you need to clone that Terry and sell Terry(s) online. lol xo Diana

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  8. Hi Kris, wow I really like this wall paper on your bathroom ceiling. I would have never thought to do something like that. I do hope it holds up from taking a shower. Yay for Terry and his handy work. :)

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  9. That's just perfect in your sweet cottage bathroom, Kris!

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  10. Wow, wow, wow!!! I love this!! I may have to copy you. I have two showering in there all the time and there's no window, so I'm going to follow to see how it holds up, before I ask Mr. Fix It to tackle this. But wow, wow, wow!! I'm off to buy some to be ready!! Haha! xo

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  11. Wow Kris, how amazing the ceiling looks. Definitely brings a vintage look plus it is peel and stick....easy peasy. Who knew? Great teamwork again. Happy weekend. xo

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  13. Kris, I love how cute that looks on the ceiling. You are so clever. Hey, we are having pretty days...can nice weather be far away? Blessings my friend, xoxo, Susie

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  14. That is so cool, Kris and I love how it looks on your bathroom ceiling!

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  15. These wallpapers are so amazing now and I love the texture it gives to your bathroom ceiling. Another fabulous finished project Terry and Kris!!

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  16. KRIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! May the overuse of my punctuation here express my joy and amazement over your genius! I would have never thought of looking for an easy wallpaper solution for the ceiling! IT LOOKS FANTASTIC!!!!

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  17. Wow, that gives it an authentically vintage vibe!

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  18. Such a pretty bathroom, very creative

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  19. Wow that is way cool. If wallpaper sticks to walls in a bathroom, why not the ceiling? Looks great!

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  20. I have the same problem. Small bathroom, no window. Hard to take photos. I had some peel and stick as a backsplash in my bathroom. It kept peeling off. If I do it again I'm going to probably use spray adhesive.
    Brenda

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  21. Love it, Love it,Love it!!!!
    Please tell us, is your ceiling the popcorn textured type? All my ceilings are and wondering how it would do on a textured one???
    I definitely want to do this! My neck will kill me afterwards, but worth it! I absolutely love this Kris!
    Big hug...

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    1. The ceilings are regular not popcorn. You may have to sand your ceiling before it would adhere. Not sure. Good luck.
      Hugs,
      Kris

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  22. I love how it looks! We have a guest room with those old acoustic tiles, that I have thought of covering this way...looking forward to hearing how you like it!

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  23. Kris,
    Terry did a wonderful job! LOVE this paper. Looks like your new home is becoming you and Terry more and more. Love what you've been doing--you have such a nack for transforming homes--you're amazing!
    Kathleen

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  24. What a great look! It SO looks like bumpy tiles from the pictures.... so cute and sure does add that vintage look. I love the idea of using it as a backsplash. Be sure and keep us posted as to how it holds up with the shower steam and moisture. I've thought of doing this behind our kitchen stove as just a blank wall that I painted. Glad to know it's on Amazon! xoxo Marilyn

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  25. Well that looks amazing! It looks really dimensional. Great idea!

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  26. I hope it works well in the bathroom! The look reminds me of my mother in law's home which was a historical home over 250 years old. Over the years they lowered the ceiling and this pattern you used reminds me of those ceiling tiles.
    Beautiful. I may have to try some in a few spaces myself. Thanks for sharing this Kris, looks great!
    Dolly

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  27. I absolutely love this! I've heard about it, but haven't seen any real results from anyone I know. I think I've got to do in my kitchen for back splash!

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  28. Absolutely love this .....thanks for sharing. Even your bathroom looks spectacular and very cozy. Love the door display over the back toilet wall, too..Everything is fabulous... I would love to have a kitchen backsplash with this, too. You make us all, just want, want and want...lol Your husband is so generous with fulfilling your interior decorator dreams...and great at it,too..lucky you. Have a blessed Sunday..Stay warm.

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  29. Well now I have never heard of this product! I sure do love the idea of the peel and stick rather than paste and that would definitely be a pain to use on the ceiling if you were using paste! I'll be curious too as to how it holds up in the humidity of a bathroom. Looks beautiful though and I love the little mailbox on the door :)

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  30. Kris, I absolutely love this project. What a perfect place to use it and it looks so good! I am racking my brain to think of someplace to use it. Even if it was on a board that could be a backdrop for photos would be wonderful. You are so clever and always find the great ideas way before anybody else..Happy Weekend..xxoJudy

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  31. Hi Kris,
    This really is unique Kris, I just called my husband in to read this post. He loves the ceiling idea. Thank you for sharing.. we are adding this to our idea of the remodel project we will be doing with in the next year or so.

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  32. Kris,
    Love this old Victorian idea of wall papering the ceiling!! And funny that i would see this post as I just read an article on trends for 2020 and wall papering ceilings was one... What is old is new again!! I have a border on my ceiling in the upstairs bathroom and I was thinking of adding a border to my ceiling in the Powder Room...I am now also thinking where can I use this type of paper that you purchased for this project!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  33. I love ceiling tin. I thought about using the silver backsplash stuff from Home Depot. I can’t waitto see how this holds up to steam.

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