DIY_Advice—LEFT-OVER-WALLPAPER

DIY Advice – What To Do With Left Over Wallpaper

 

What to do with Left over Wallpaper – Bookshelf

From Drab to Fab

You’ve just finished wallpapering your room and have some leftover wallpaper, not sure what to do with them other than making it gift wrap??

Why not give your bookcase a stylish backdrop?

Adding wallpaper at the back of a bookcase helps create character and makes the items you place on the shelves, like décor pieces and photo frames (bookcases are not just for books) stand out and make a true stain your home.

Here’s what to do:

 

Shave Shopping list:

Left over wallpaper Scissors/Kraft knife Wallpaper paste Measuring tape Cloth/Rag

ScissorsKraft knife Wallpaper paste Measuring tape Cloth/Rag

Kraft knife Wallpaper paste Measuring tape Cloth/Rag

Wallpaper paste Measuring tape Cloth/Rag

Paste Measuring tape

Measuring tape

Cloth/Rag

 

What to do:

Step 1 Clean the book case with some soapy water and wipe it dry.

Clean the book case with some soapy water and wipe it dry. (If your shelves on the book case can be removed easily remove them as this will make the project much easier.)

Step 2 

 Measure the height and width of the back of the shelves, if your shelves have a gaping hole in between the shelf and back add a couple cm to fill the gaps underneath.

Step 3

Cut your pieces of wallpaper to the dimensions you have.

Step 4

Paste the paper into place and allow drying.

Steps 5

Using the Kraft knife trim any extra pieces around the backing.

 

The project is completed, now you can add all your statement pieces and be in awe of your own work with your now beautiful statement bookcase.