I’m back at it again this month, with another guest post over at Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body.
This post all started when I scored a major deal at Target. I found a clearance book shelf for under $50! What?!?!? Sold!
The shelf was pretty plain and white, but I decided to amp it up a bit with the look of reclaimed wood in the back panel. BUT… I wasn’t really thrilled over the idea of measuring, cutting, and sanding in order to get the right look.
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Enter, my new favorite “cheat” product: Temporary Removable Wallpaper. In this case, I used Beechwood Peel and Stick Wallpaper from JoAnn Fabrics.
Head on over to Designer Trapped to read my full tutorial on how to easily transform inexpensive furniture.
Now I know who the brainy one is, I’ll keep loonikg for your posts.
Ashley LaMar says
Oh, how genius!!! It’s always the super easy hacks that I overlook.