Be Creative with Wallpaper Wallpaper isn't just for walls. Paper the drawer or door fronts of a painted dresser or cabinet, or use it to decorate a plain headboard. You'll get a custom-looking piece of furniture with lots of impact.
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Revamped Armoires for Small-Space Storage: Start with a basic armoire, unfinished or just outdated by Allison Maze. Craft Supply & Demand: Revamp an armoire with wallpaper and ribbon trim. Adhere rectangles of wallpaper to the front of an armoire with decoupage medium. Trim the rectangles with ribbon to finish the look. Inside, this cabinet is ready for some serious crafting. Magnetic boards are attached to the inside of the doors, and pegboard covers the back.
Contain a whole home office inside an armoire with a few clutter-concealing solutions. An upper shelf corrals reference books and magazine holders. Essential supplies such as pencils, scissors, and notepads have a place on the desktop, too, all kept in order with desk organizers.
painted wall paper tutorial this is what i'm gonna do to the living room entry wall (which will also be the photo wall) once i'm ready to repaint the living room a gray color
TREND: Repurposing Vintage Dressers! Using a vintage dresser, sideboard, or credenza is a fun way to add a bit of character to a nursery or childs room, and can often be a great way to save a little money. If you look in the right places, a vintage piece is often considerably less expensive than [...]