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The best wallpaper borders

Wallpaper borders are more versatile than you may think. Use it around window borders, on stairway risers, or as a backsplash for bookshelves to coordinate your rooms and deliver those finishing touches that truly tie everything together.

One of the best things about wallpaper borders is their ease of use. They are simple to install on any dry flat surface and come pre-pasted for your convenience. Just peel, stick, and watch your rooms come to life with beautiful patterns and fun designs. Let’s take a look at our favorites.

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Creation Core 3D Pattern Wallpaper Border

Best looking

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Made from environmentally friendly materials, the Creation Core has created a durable and waterproof wallpaper border that wipes clean easily. With its attractive 3D pattern, it is perfect to add texture and embossed detailing to any room in your elegant home.

RoomMates Peel & Stick Border 

Best for kids’ rooms

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Bring on the construction fun with the RoomMates Peel & Stick Border. This plastic border is easy to apply and provides 15 feet of kid-friendly patterns that your children are sure to love. It is removable and repositionable with no sticky residue, so you can get creative with this bright wallpaper border.

York Wallcoverings Hen And Rooster Border  

Best for kitchens

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Add some country flair to your rustic kitchen with the York Wallcoverings Hen And Rooster Border. This pre-pasted, washable, and strippable border is easy to apply for a fun redecoration that takes minutes to apply. And when you’re ready to redecorate, this wallpaper is also easy to take down without any tools.

If you think that a wallpaper border is a small detail that may go unnoticed, think again. When your home is in need of a refresh, wallpaper borders are a fantastic way to revitalize the different rooms of your home. Whether you are looking for classic, country, or children’s decor, the items on our list can give you that upgrade that you’re looking for and make your room feel exciting again.

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