Hanging peel and stick wallpaper in the  corner of a room can be tricky, but with the proper techniques and attention to detail, you can achieve a seamless and professional finish. This guide will walk you through hanging peel and stick wallpaper in the  corner of a room, ensuring a smooth and well-aligned result.

  1. Tack up wallpaper on either side of the corner: Take your wallpaper to the corner of the room and tack up each side of the paper on both walls, ensuring a proper pattern match with previously hung wallpaper.
  2. Smooth out the pattern match: Gently push the wallpaper into the corner, smoothing out the side pattern matched at the seam and repositioning the wallpaper as needed.
  3. Use a smoothing tool to secure the corner: With the pattern match set, use a smoothing tool to firmly push the wallpaper into the inside corner, ensuring a seamless finish.
  4. Cut the corner with a sharp snap-blade knife: Place the smoothing tool against the wall and cut the corner using a sharp snap-blade knife, working from the ceiling to the floor. Change the blade if necessary for a clean cut.
  5. Trim excess wallpaper: Once the corner is cut, trim the extra paper from the top and bottom of the section nearest the seam.
  6. Reposition and match pattern on the new wall: On the adjacent wall, reposition the wallpaper as needed to match the design, ensuring the outside wallpaper seam is straight and plumb.

This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to hang peel and stick wallpaper in the  corner of a room. By following these essential steps, you can achieve a professional and seamless finish, transforming the look of your room with ease and precision.