Whether we’re cooking up a Pioneer Woman recipe for dinner, sporting a colorful, billowy blouse, or simply laughing at ourselves when we make a burned biscuits-level mistake in the kitchen, we all do what we can to channel a little bit of Ree Drummond in our own lives.
Now, we’re ready to take that Pawhuska Princess inspiration to our walls. That’s right, the Food Network star has debuted a peel-and-stick wallpaper collection, available exclusively at Walmart.com. “With the launch of my new wallpaper line on Walmart.com, there are even more ways to enjoy gorgeous Pioneer Woman patterns throughout your home. Reminiscent of dreamy vintage decor with a colorful, modern twist, these patterns can dress up any area and make it all yours,” says Drummond in a Walmart press release. “And since it’s peel and stick, you can easily mix and match to have even more fun decorating your favorite places and spaces. I can’t wait to see the ways you’ll use it throughout your home!”
The collection of eight wallpapers—which run the gamut from vintage-inspired florals to an aquamarine trellis-style pattern—cost between $39-$49 for one or two-panel designs. Shop them all on Walmart.com here.
Check out three of the designs below
Pictured on the left, the pink floral design, Sweet Rose, is Drummond’s “hands-down favorite” and we must admit we’re partial to it, too. But that dreamy blue bathroom-scape (Betsy Blue) is a close runner-up.
Ready to get decorating but not sure where to start? Rest assured these peel-and-stick wallpaper panels are incredibly versatile. “[The peel-and-stick- wallpaper is] perfect for decorating full walls, accent walls, stair risers, and all sorts of other areas throughout the house,” advises Drummond. We’ve definitely got a few places in mind in our own homes to start the sprucing up process with these cheery wallpapers.
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Share with us: Which of the Pioneer Woman Wallpaper collection designs is your favorite? Have you decorated with peel-and-stick wallpaper before?