Casey at fossil (who is responsible for these great sneak peeks!) sent over this fun office-related diy project. looking to spruce up her drab file cabinet, casey used new handles and a wallpaper sample and a little mod podge to create a chic home-office friendly file cabinet. Covering the drawers — or even the entire cabinet — with wallpaper, using a process known as decoupage, offers an inexpensive way to make file cabinets more appealing. What a great idea to add personality to an otherwise bland file cabinet by covering the sides with wallpaper. Also coupled with a desk top, this file cabinet serves two purposes.
Cover an ugly, old file cabinet in wallpaper for a fresh new look. Filing cabinet makeover – paintable wallpaper, tiny wood molding and new labels/handles. See more about Filing Cabinet Desk, Metal Filing Cabinets and Porch Rules Sign. Awesome classroom ideas like: Two filing cabinets back to back with fabric to cover. And here is the filing cabinet rather ugly, not exactly a show piece. Arrange the pattern where you want it and cut paper to size, allowing for overlap to cover edges.
I instantly wanted to cover every room in the house! When Mr. Wonderful and I married, I inherited this filing cabinet. I’m thinking the wallpaper on the front of the drawers would work wonderfully to hide the veneer that is splintering. A compilation of 15 Fabulous Filing Cabinet Makeovers brought to you from Hometalk.
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Dress up a horrible metal filing cabinet with Textured Wall Paper, Trim, and Better Hardware. Genius – spray paint faux flowers one color and attach to a canvas and cover with clear box frame. Do you have an old filing cabinet lying around? If so, give it an update! This DIY filing cabinet project is so easy – just add decoupage and fabric. Wallpaper covered stools. So I hopped on Craigslist to search for the perfect sized cabinet to fill the short wall. The idea of paintable wallpaper intrigued me, so I decided to explore my options. The paper did seem to have a harder time sticking to the surface (unlike the doors), because I hadn t sanded down the area prior (I didn t think it mattered because I was just going to be covering it anyway, but the overspray from the primer made the surface rough).