things we're looking at: removable wallpaper

I am really, really not a wallpaper person, but the idea of wallpaper that can easily be removed when necessary suddenly appeals to me greatly. We have a kitchen truly ugly wallpaper. All of our options for dealing with it right now are going to take too long, are too complicated and cost way more than I'm willing to spend right now, no matter how ugly it is. So, I had an idea, cover it temporarily until we can properly deal with it. Our kitchen renovation plan has quickly evolved from a quick 2 step redo to a much more complicated multi-step process that I'm still working out in my head. I know that we can't look at those green leaves for the length f time it will take to get to removing it properly, so I' like to just cover it for now and deal with it later. Removable wallpaper will let us cover it up quickly with minimal cost. Here are some of the options I'm looking at:

Chasing Paper

Chasing Paper

Chasing Paper

Chasing Paper

Chasing Paper

Chasing Paper

Chasing Paper: I really like this wide turquoise & white stripe and the more graphic & bold navy patterns.  

Tempaper By You

Tempaper By You

Tempaper By You from Tempaper: This is basically a white roll of temporary wallpaper that you can decorate however you like, with paint, markers, pencils, crayons, whatever. I like the idea that we could easily do whatever we like and then, just peel it off.  

murals your way, signature blue

murals your way, signature blue

Murals Your Way: a huge selection of patterns to choose from

arrow_marine
ekko_tree
farmhouse_bark_aqua
delft_molecules

Spoonflower: I could literally spend hours pasting in the code for each of the Holli Zollinger options that I love. Choosing one of her designs would be like choosing a photograph to hang on the wall that I want to stare at all day. My biggest problem would be picking one. There are an endless number of great options available at Spoonflower and price wise, it's also one of the better options. Plus it would be super easy to print my own design, which I am considering. Though I really do love way too many of those Holli Zollinger designs to waste a wall on myself.