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Good Questions: Contact Paper for Cabinet DIY?

Lisa sent in a good question for the DIY minded in the community. She asks: Is there any type of contact paper out there that I could use to cover my kitchen cabinets (they are flat, nasty almond-color from the 80's with wood trim at bottom. I'd like to try to match the wood color - or go white - bu...
Sarah Seitz
Sarah Seitz • 1 year ago

We used "walnut" colored wood contact paper to cover the lower kitchen cabinets in the rental. It looks more modern by running it horizontal rather than vertical and turned out really great. Plus it was easy to remove after 6+ months and just a little simple-green to get residual sticky off.

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