If you are old enough to remember the slim pickings when it came to finding attractive paper to line kitchen and pantry shelves you might enjoy the variety available at Chic Shelf Papers. Any of the more than 400 different designs can be used to line shelves or drawers, even dress up bookcases or the backs of china cabinets. Two of the patterns above are similar to the fabric I used in the Eclectic Gender-Neutral Nursery dresser and in our friend Brandy’s hand painted animal drawer interiors highlighted in the Sophisticated Safari Nursery. Even a flawed piece of furniture can be recovered with a snazzy pattern, the way old trunks or desk tops were often redone. Paper can be chosen by color or pattern type and designers are offered on laminated vinyl as well as heavy matte paper, fine-weave fabric or custom satin canvas. Moderate or optional edge adhesive is available allowing it to be easily repositioned without leaving a mess behind.
While the kitchen may be the most obvious place for shelf-liner use, children’s rooms, bathrooms, laundries, pantries, closets and utility rooms often require special liner looks. Paper also can be cut to size for special projects, such as closet walls –an additional time saver, for sure.
(Source: Chic Shelf Paper)
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