Refurbished furniture is all the rage right now, which is great news for both your style and your wallet. With just a touch of contact paper, you can turn an old desk or boring bookshelf into a true piece of art. And if your idea of contact paper is that of an old, too-sticky piece of gaudy paper inside a drawer, you must check out the newest looks in this incredible design material. Specifically, there are a number of styles based in nature, including wood grain contact paper and marble contact paper which can help you incorporate a bit of the outdoors into your living space. Here are five unexpected ways you can use contact paper natural textures:
When you think of a traditional office space, what do you envision? Cubicles stretched as far as the eye can see? Lifeless offices surrounded by grey walls and drab decor? It doesn’t have to be that way. With the variety of office murals available from DesignYourWall, you can turn your office into a unique space where your staff will enjoy working and your clients will love to visit. Mural wallpaper can turn your office into a comfortable, relaxed space without the need or expense of hiring a professional designer. Don’t believe us? Take a look at some of the following wall mural decals to see the incredible options available for your office space today:
If you are looking for a simple and inexpensive way to upgrade your home and furnishings, look no further than the contact paper collection at Design Your Wall. We carry a wide variety of contact paper selections which are perfect for design projects. From furniture to walls to drawer liners, contact paper comes in a number of colors and styles which can help you make your house a home. If you need some inspiration, check out the following list of seven functional and beautiful ways to decorate with contact paper:
Introducing BIGS, a new single-image wallcovering collection from FliePaper by celebrity photographer Don Flood created in partnership with Astek Wallcovering.
Wallpaper can make a lovely addition to any living space. But like any home improvement project, preparation is key. Here are five things you should know before installing wallpaper in order to ensure flawless application and to get the most from your purchase: