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You can get chrome mirror finish vinyl (with a self adhesive backing). To get an effective mirror effect on a wall though, the wall would need to be very smooth, or it would easily show distortion - think a "hall of mirrors" type effect. Signwriter suppliers would be the place to look for it.
The previous owners of my house did this. Drywall compound will stick very well to wood paneling (please resist the urge to get "creative" with the texture...). Wallpaper, less so, and even if it sticks well, if the wallpaper ever started peeling off, it would take the top part of the wall with it. If you're going down this route, I would highly recommend ...
It depends on the wallpaper. Some "splits" to leave a lining paper behind when the face comes off. If this is sound, you could decorate over it. If the remaining is uneven, yes, take it off. To prep the walls, make sure that they are smooth, no loose plaster, etc. Sometimes you'll see walls washed down with sugar soap to remove left over glue or other ...
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