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Being that my walls are textured, I realized that regular wallpaper just wasn't going to work (the texture came through the wallpaper). After some thinking, I thought about fabric. Adding an iron-on interfacing to the back of the fabric gave it the thickness needed to keep the texture from showing through when it was adhered to the wall. And how was that done? With nothing else but liquid starch. With a paintbrush, paint on the liquid starch (do not dilute), place your fabric on the wall, let dry, then overcoat the fabric with liquid starch. Ta-da!