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October 18, 2013

DIY Project: Adding color/design to boring bookshelves

Before             &            After  

Before            &            After 

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HOW TO: Using fabric of your choice, foam poster boards, measuring tape, scissors and tape, I created a new look for boring white bookshelves. First measure the back wall section of each shelf and cut a board to match the dimensions of each. Second measure the fabric to fit each board. Third cut the fabric to fit and tape down onto board. Finally, stick to wall using double sided tape or poster putty and voila! [note - it helps to write on the back of each board which shelf is belongs to, as you could have many when all is said and done.]

4 comments:

  1. These look great! I'd love try this with my bookshelves!

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  2. love the difference,.makes it pop an items show up so much better,you did a awesome job

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  3. Love this idea! Just a pop of color makes a huge difference!

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