Skip to main content

Pasted Paper Reimagines Wallpaper in a Brilliant New Way

We all seem to be spending so much more time indoors these days.  It can get pretty mundane staring at blank walls all day. Are you looking for a fun way to spruce up a room or piece of furniture in your home?

Adding color and design are a great way to liven up your space.  One way to add design is wallpaper, but it has its negatives. Traditional wallpaper is so beautiful, yet has always been a thorn in the side to apply and remove.  Now, there is a new way to get the look of wallpaper without all the headaches! 

PastedPaper is a new product that is inexpensive, easy to apply and removes easily too. It was created using historic designs and patterns that are beautiful.  

No longer will we have to endure long rolls of paper with gobs to paste.  PastedPaper comes in easy to use sheets that are easy to apply and easy to remove.  They are made using organic materials and line up perfectly.  They even have a calculator to help you figure out exactly how much you need.  If you have any extra you can use it to jazz up ordinary items around the house, like dresser drawers, placemats, plant pots, the list is endless. 

The patterns of PastedPaper were created using original antique artwork.  They have an archive of work from the late 1800s to the early 1900s that were used in the textile industry.   PastedPaper has collaborated with the Victoria and Albert Museum, the world’s leading museum in art, design and performance.

PastedPaper is launching an Indiegogo campaign in April with special rewards not found on the website. Be sure to sign up for the mailing list so you can be first to find out about the campaign launch!  This will give you priority access to limited quantity rewards and the Early Bird Special.

PastedPaper is made right here in the USA!

About Founder:

Julie Campbell is a mom, designer, and entrepreneur. She has worked in the home decor industry for a long time and saw a need for PastedPaper. She has since partnered with amazing artists and institutions like the Victoria and Albert Museum to provide timeless designs. 

Stay Connected:
Instagram: @pasted_paper