Lemon Ash Tempaper is a water-based wall covering with the same qualities and durability as permanent wallpaper that can easily be applied or removed. To apply, a back layer is peeled away to expose the adhesive. You can then press the paper onto a smooth, primed and painted surface and can peel it off and use elsewhere. It is an inexpensive, invaluable product that promotes a simple "do it yourself" approach to decorating without having to commit to a long-term change to your environment. It's the ideal product for the renter, dorm room occupant, sub-letter, visual merchandiser and home owner who is not comfortable committing to a permanent change in their environment. Features: -Temporary and repositionable in a distinctive Caribbean blue and coral red Alto design. -Tempaper is repositionable when first applied and not after a prolonged period of time.. -To apply, a back layer is peeled away to expose the self-adhesive glue. -Tempaper should be applied to surfaces that are in good condition and recently primed and painted.. -It is recommended that you apply Tempaper to surfaces that have been painted with an eggshell or satin finish.. -Ideal for the renter, dorm room occupant, sub-letter, visual merchandiser and home owner. -Tempaper is sold in a roll of 20.5"w x 33' or 56.37 sq ft. . -Made in the USA. About Tempaper Tempaper is a vinyl coated self adhesive wall decor. Tempaper's printing process incorporates the traditional technique of gravure or intaglio copper plate engraving with state of the art materials to bring a classic look and feel to the finished product. They are proud to support this artisan method of producing wallpaper that has been used since the latter part of the 19th century. LolliProps Inc. is distributing color ways and patterns on a seasonal basis. Tempaper will constantly be updating their patterns to satisfy the current trends of the design industry and make these designs available for your home or decorating needs. As set decorators in NYC, the Tempaper creators became increasingly frustrated with not having a source for temporary repositionable wallpaper. Tempaper became the apparent solution to many design problems and a fun alternative to decorating homes. LPI is family owned and operated by an aunt and her twin nieces who have all been involved in the film, television and entertainment industries for several years.