Wallpaper is a trendy home decor idea and I’m talking not only of statement walls, you may also use it to renovate your old furniture giving it a brand-new look. This is basically the same craft as with contact paper, you’ll just need some glue unless it’s removable wallpaper. Got some old wallpaper at hand? Then take a look at these DIY projects!
Usual and plain IKEA stools can be easily given a new and fresh look! These formerly bare, blonde wood stools made great seats and side tables, but they lacked personality. Oh, what a difference a little wallpaper makes! With its wonderful range of patterns and colors, wallpaper is a decorating staple that can quickly freshen up furnishings, cabinets or other places that could use a facelift. It’s easy to adhere wallpaper to just about any surface with craft glue. Give it a try with this simple table transformation project.
This side table used to be a bit dull (not to mention scratched now) and could use some sprucing up. The authors of the tutorial used removable tropical leaf wallpaper and some brass campaign chest corners to the front to make a cool and bright nightstand at the top and bottom. Read the project and make it! The white looks so fresh with the gold accents and the palm paper is the perfect way to add some fun.
This step-by-step tutorial will tell you how to update furniture using peel and stick wallpaper. This is a great and budget-friendly way to renovate an old bookshelf with bright wallpaper. The food thing about such paper is that you may remove it anytime and attach it back if you need. Enjoy your bright bookshelf!
Wallpaper your kitchen cabinets to add color and style to your kitchen! Removable wallpaper is an easy and quick design solution. The author of this tutorial chose a silver and white metallic dot wallpaper, come see how easy it is to give your kitchen a whole new look. I love the print, which is catchy and I love the sparkly touch it brings – not color but a shiny feel. Get inspired!
If your dining table isn’t only for eating on it, if it’s used for many other things you do, it may have scratches, marks and even a great big dirty iron burn. Need a revamp? This tutorial will tell you how to renovate your tabletop decoupaging it with some very bright wallpaper. Wallpapering a tabletop is a great alternative to paint. Lots of wallpapers come with a special wipe clean coating. There are loads of fantastic bright and colorful designs to choose from to give you a unique piece of furniture. Also when you tire of the table top it is so easy to strip the wallpaper off and change the design. Read the tutorial and go renovate your own table!
This is an IKEA hack, and we love IKEA! This is a plain white IKEA makeup table that has seen better days. The author wanted to renovate it but gave up the idea of painting it and decided to refresh the piece with bright wallpaper. I love the final result with bright mid-century modern wallpaper and clear handles with brass touches – whether you use it as a home bar, a console or in some other way, it will look amazing.
Wallpaper you are using shouldn’t always be very bright, this project shows off how to apply grasscloth wallpaper. Grab a simple nightstand and renovate it using grasscloth wallpaper and vintage pulls to give it a very elegant and a bit rustic feel to the bedroom. Enjoy the chic!
Here’s one more IKEA hack, and this is IKEA Billy bookcase renovation! The piece needs to be transformed and you may go to IKEA, which makes glass doors, solid doors, lights, and extenders so that you can customize this classic bookshelf in many different ways. The author of this tutorial customized her bookcase by using fabric covered cardboard inserts that can be easily changed almost instantly giving them a brand-new look. You can do this bookcase makeover on any bookshelf, cabinet, or china closet to add a permanent or temporary change.
This tutorial will tell you how to spruce up only the edge of your desk to make the piece catchier and bolder. This desk was completely DIY and it got a plexiglass top plus an edge cover with removable wallpaper – I totally love the look of the wallpaper as it features blue shabby planks, so chic! Peel & stick wallpaper is a cost-effective and stylish way to improve furniture without replacing it.
This super bright cabinet is an ideal home bar! It was renovated both on the outside and inside, outside with paints and inside with colorful wallpaper. This renovation was inspired by mid-century modern style, though you may rock any wallpaper that you like creating your own unique look. Get inspired!
A basic glass-front becomes a stellar service cart with just a roll of . After removing the legs and doors, prime and paint the bookcase. When dry, wallpaper the outside surfaces and install casters to the bottom. If you need more details, head over to the source to read the project.
A great way of updating a space specifically if you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a fancy headboard or a commit to one if you are like me and want to change things around often is by using removable wallpaper. Not only is it so easy but the endless choices you have to use whatever pattern, color and design of wallpaper you like in your bedroom. You will be done in under 30 minutes and the end result is gorgeous.