One of the least expensive ways to update a room is to decorate inside cabinets and drawers with wallpaper or paint. Add a cheerful or sophisticated twist with minimal effort and money.
Using drawer liners, wallpaper, and paint where you wouldn’t normally put it can provide just the fresh new look that turns an unexciting area into one of your favorites in the house.
Drawer liner paper on the inside of your kitchen cabinets keeps colors and patterns more visible than if you simply lined the shelves with it, adding an aesthetically pleasing accent in your kitchen, especially if you have glass panels in your cabinet doors or you have open shelving.
Create the background you’d like for any cabinet by combining old documents, drawings, sheet music, and more onto one large photocopied page.
An aluminum backsplash is another alternative to wallpaper and drawer liners for the back of a cabinet. It adds texture and shine, lighting up a dark corner.
To add to a festive look, don’t stop at the edge of a shelf. Instead, leave extra material (in this case, wrapping paper) hanging over the edge.
Fabric is another option for brightening up the inside of a drawer or the back of a cabinet. It may also prove to be more durable than some other materials over time.
Why keep all the color under wraps? Here, the vinyl adhesive shelf liner is applied to the outside of the cabinet.
Sometimes the smallest change can make a big impact on a room or piece of furniture. Using fabric, paper, or even aluminum could change the atmosphere of a room or brighten up a dark corner.