Not so long ago, wallpaper lovers were required to make peace with huge commitments to their design projects. Once that harsh chemical glue was dry, starting again meant scraping remnants from the wall with a razor blade and possibly repainting, depending on how badly the removal process damaged the wall's surface. The only alternative was to cover the adhesive and tape the wallpaper sheets to the wall, then pray for rig invisibility and the right humidity levels from season to season. Temporary wallpaper has done for the wallpaper lover what the slider once did for the furniture fanatic - freed up loads of extra time for redecorating, eliminated the certainty of post-project headaches, and created endless potential for an afternoon spent designing the perfect room. Now that completing a wallpaper decorating project doesn't require a stench-proof face mask and a world of confidence that the results will be lovable in the months ahead, homeowners and renters alike can bring their design dreams to life without committing to the same look until the next long holiday weekend rolls around.