Minimally damaging/”temporary” ways to attach wood to wallpaper/walls?
The vision: google "accent wall geometric wood" https://withinthegrove.com/creating-a-modern-wood-accent-wall/
I live in an apartment. I am using peel and stick wallpaper to make an accent wall. My plan is to take a section of it to get paint-matched, and paint the wood pieces. However, how do I attach such wood?
In a previous post (on a different subreddit) I had asked about adhesive. I have found this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YB1ZXG6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_GAM329H26CHNNMBK0TP9?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 The reviews say it is very freaking strong. But, I do worry about it being too heavy and ripping/taking the wallpaper down with it.
What are my other options? I know my way around power tools, I have done my own wainscoting before, so I am very familiar with using nail guns for this sort of thing. But they're not exactly "removal friendly". Are there other, removal friendly options? I definitely don't mind having to spackle the holes and paint a bit when I remove the wood.
Submitted May 01, 2021 at 03:37PM by Efficient-Text-6039
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