Hey remember when I added some paper to the hutch in our living room? Well, I just continued the project over to the kitchen by adding the same paper to the built in unit in our kitchen.
I hope everyone is having a terrific Thursday!
EDIT: I have received a bunch of questions about this papering so I will let you know some more info about what I did.
The paper is actually just regular old paper on a roll that I picked up at a garage sale event in Ohio. This restyle is actually really great for people who are renting and can't do anything permanent because the paper is attached to the back of the built-in with painters tape. It holds well but is extremely easy to remove when/if you want/need to.
This project was super simple, I just measured the height and width of the back of the cabinet and then measured and cut the appropriate amount of paper to cover it. Like I said, I then used painters tape to attach the paper to the back panel of the unit, starting in one corner and smoothing it over to the other side. Easy!