You can use any wallpaper that is good for use in high humidity and temperatures, e.g. kitchen and bath application in a stickhouse. And a corresponding adhesive. Generally those will be vinyl wallcoverings with a vinyl specific adhesive, but check the packaging for applications and recommended adhesive (wallpaper paste).
Beyond that, it's a question of the quality of your prep work and the type & condition of the existing surface. It's probably wise to prime first if they are slick, mildewed, greasy, etc. After a good cleaning, of course.
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