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  • Gay Gove

    Wrap a piece of cardboard in fabric and put at back of bookcase instead of painting or wallpaper. You can change as often as you wanted....love this idea sooo much // @Tanya Thompson

  • Ann Marie Hanley

    Bookshelf Decorating Ideas | Instead of painting or wallpapering bookcase interior, cover cardboard & insert!

  • Arch Revival

    Simple DIY project. Wrap a piece of cardboard in fabric and put at back of bookcase or built in instead of painting or wallpaper. Could change out as often as you want.

  • Tammy Cascioli

    Fabric wrapped cardboard inserts for easily interchangeable bookcase looks.

  • Blue Rainbow Design.com

    Wrap a piece of cardboard in fabric and put at back of bookcase instead of painting or wallpaper. Could change out as often as you wanted. #diy #crafts www.BlueRainbowDesign.com

  • Ashleigh Manderscheid

    using fabric covered cardboard inserts that can be easily changed almost instantly giving them a brand new look. You can do this on any bookshelf, cabinet, or china closet to add a permanent or temporary change.

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bookcase transformation: use cardboard and fabric instead of paint/wallpaper to easily change the look of your bookcase anytime! Great idea to personalize your room at school!

Love this idea! Wrap fabric around cardboard and place into shelf instead of painting inside. You can change out as much as you want to.. Good tip if you don't want to paint or if you want to change the look of the shelves with seasons..

Wrap a piece of cardboard in fabric and put at back of bookcase instead of painting or wallpaper. Could change out as often as you wanted.

Wrap cardboard inserts to decorate the back of a bookshelf so it's easy to redo... brilliant. ~from In My Own Style

Wrap a piece of cardboard in fabric and put at back of bookcase instead of painting or wallpaper. Could change out as often as you wanted.

Fabric covered cardboard cut to cover the backs of bookshelves - fast and easy to update for new looks! LOVE it!

Wrap a piece of cardboard in fabric and put at back of bookcase instead of painting or wallpaper. You can change as often as you wanted....love this idea sooo much

OMG, I am so doing this!! We have a lot great pieces of furniture, but the fabric is no longer our thing! This solves everything!!! Great suggestions and tutorials all over!! Weekend project here I come!! My husband is going to die!!

Love this shelving unit made from Ikea elements and other hardware store items - looks like a built-in. Who wants to come and do this for me?

Wrap cardboard with fabric or wrapping paper and pop into the back of your bookcase or china cabinet. No damage to the furniture and easy to change up!

how to line the interiors of your kitchen cupboards with fabric and foam board by Pretty Handy Girl - this is gorgeous!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#