DIY Casart Coverings Removable Wallpaper Project


I love color and loathe wearing black. So it’s no surprise that I was pretty unimpressed with the white walls of my apartment when I moved in.

The entryway to my Brooklyn apartment was yawn-inducing. It lacked life, color, and that charming feeling of first walking into a home that you’ve made yours. (Even if it’s not really, and you’re renting like I am.)

I turned to Casart Coverings to easily add color to my entryway. The company offers reusable wallcoverings in all patterns, colors and styles that are recyclable and easy-to-remove. They’re like slipcovers for your walls.

I went with Casart’s nature-inspired, Karen Robertson Collection. They’re big, dramatic vertical stripes in a bold, ‘oh, hey Lindsay, welcome home!’ color.

casart-image-2Removable wallcovering stripes from Casart Coverings. Clear Blue Sky shown.

The installation process was a breeze and I had great fun with it. I simply prepped the wall by cleaning it with a damp sponge and drying it with a towel. I then measured to make sure my stripes were evenly spaced, took the stripes off of their adhesives, and placed them on the wall. When I didn’t like how I positioned a stripe, I was able to easily reposition them without damaging my walls.

I saved the backings so I’ll be able to take my stripes with me when I’m ready to leave.

You can get yours here and have a blast with your own DIY wallpaper project.


Lindsay has spent her career at the intersection of media and social change. In her role at Eco-Chick, Lindsay has established partnerships and campaigns with some of the world’s most-recognized companies committed to sustainability and CSR. She co-created the popular interview series “Heroines for the Planet” that features groundbreaking women who share courage and a deep passion for protecting people and the Earth. Lindsay is the Marketing and Sustainability Manager at Health-Ade Kombucha and previously served as Director of Communications at the social enterprise CBS EcoMedia. There she directed corporate advertising dollars to the nation’s most effective non-profits tackling urgent social issues in local communities and was awarded CBS Corporation’s prestigious Share-the-Vision award. She has written for Whole Living Magazine, Edible, Cottages & Gardens, From The Grapevine,,, and for environmentalists Laura Turner Seydel and Susan Rockefeller. Lindsay holds a BS in Global Business Studies and Marketing from Manhattan College, and received the 2012 Honors Award at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.