I would say a more complete answer to this question is that it does not come with any instructions or hardware for mounting this to a wall. K&H designed this item to be door-mounted. That being said, I don't see why this couldn't be mounted to a wall if you are willing to do things like find your studs, and create you own hardware setup to get this mounted securely into wall studs only....no drywall only mounting. The distance between all the hanging straps will probably not match up exactly to your stud distances, but since the straps are adjustable, you may be able to make something work. The trick would be using the correct, safe mounting hardware. To be extra careful, you may also need to add reinforcing stitching to the hanging straps. To mount on the wall, something like bike hooks secured directly into studs, with the top set the normal way up, and the bottom set upside down may provide strong enough anchors. You could then attach the straps and tighten them to make the condo secure. A better idea would likely be to set two 2x4s or something like long metal brackets on your wall, directly into the wall studs, and then secure the condo to those just as if a door was being used. Since I do not yet own one of these, I can only make suggestions, but I would think anything is possible if you are handy.