How to Recover Kitchen Chairs

How to Recover Kitchen Chairs

We got these chairs for our kitchen table a couple of years ago at IKEA. I always kind of envisioned changing the fabric on them but it was one of…

How to Recover Kitchen Chairs
How to Recover Kitchen Chairs

We got these chairs for our kitchen table a couple of years ago at IKEA. I always kind of envisioned changing the fabric on them but it was one of those projects that just never happened. Well, two years and two kids later the fabric on the chairs was looking way less than fresh so I decided it was finally time. It was so easy I was almost embarrassed I hadn’t done it sooner! So here’s how you can recover your kitchen chairs in less than an hour.

Materials

  • Chairs
  • Fabric
  • Scissors
  • Staple gun
  • Drill

Make Time: 15 Minutes per chair

How to Recover Kitchen Chairs

Step 1: Remove the seat from the chair using the drill. You can either remove their fabric covers or cover over the existing fabric.

Step 2: Lay your fabric out on a table, right side down. Place the seat on the fabric, also right side down.

Step 3: Cut around the seat, leaving a 2-3 inch extra allowance on all sides (more for a thicker cushion.

Step 4: Begin stapling your fabric. Pull taut and staple along two opposing sides. Then smooth, pull taut again and staple along the other two opposing sides. Finally, fold the corners down flat, smooth the excess fabric, and staple the corners.

Step 5: Reattach the seat to the chair frame.

Yeah! Love this little refresher in our kitchen. It’s also nice because the pattern hides spills by a certain toddler who shall remain nameless… The jury is still out on whether I LOVE love the fabric — I might switch it out again for something else one day. But right now the splash of orange and pink is pretty fun. Hope you try this one out! xoxo

How to Recover Kitchen Chairs

How to Recover Kitchen Chairs

Tropical Leaves Wallpaper Accent Wall in a Kitchen

How to Install Your Own Wallpaper

Obviously I love to DIY. But I have to admit, I was totally scared stiff when it came to installing wallpaper for the first time. It’s so daunting! Ryan and I…

Tropical Leaves Wallpaper Accent Wall in a Kitchen

Tropical Leaves Wallpaper Accent Wall in a Kitchen

Obviously I love to DIY. But I have to admit, I was totally scared stiff when it came to installing wallpaper for the first time. It’s so daunting! Ryan and I really wanted to use wallpaper in a couple of choice spots in the house. And while the idea of the finished product got me totally pumped, I was really wondering whether we’d be able to pull it off ourselves. We had found a couple of papers that we really loved from Murals Wallpaper (remember the flamingos in the nursery?!) and we got the itch to try tackling it ourselves so we just went for it. Luckily this particular wallpaper came with its own set of thorough instructions and didn’t seem nearly as scary as a lot of the stuff I was reading online. And when we saw the tropical leaves on this wallpaper print I couldn’t get them out of my head. It had to happen! So we dove in.

Murals Wallpaper actually prints your wallpaper to the right dimensions for your wall, so right off the bat you eliminate a whole bunch of guesswork or overbuying what you’ll need. That was a big head start. We mostly followed their instructions for the general installation, but we did learn a couple of tricks along the way that helped us expedite our process, so I thought I’d share! And just so you know — get a friend. This is definitely a two-person job!

Start by trimming the white edges at the printed trim lines. It helps if you have a nice wide open space, so clear out the floor or a large table in the room where you’ll be working. Then flip your first wallpaper panel over and dampen the back side with a wet sponge. You’ll want to hang it after about 10 minutes of being damp.

How to Install Your Own Wallpaper

While the wallpaper is sitting and soaking the water, start applying your wallpaper adhesive to the walls. (Here’s where the process differs from lots of other wallpapers we researched — the adhesive goes right on the wall.) Roll or brush on a coat of adhesive in the area where your panel will go up. When the adhesive is on, apply your first panel to the wall. Be careful that you hang your first one (especially) straight — use a level or a plumb line to ensure that you’ve got it nice and even. Smooth the wallpaper on the adhesive. The Murals Wallpaper pieces come with some extra pattern printed on all sides for overlap, so once the first piece is hung use a razor blade to cut into the corners and cut away the excess. You can use a straight edge like a yardstick or a ruler to press the paper into a corner while you cut. Also cut away any paper that is covering light switches, etc.

How to Install Your Own Wallpaper

How to Install Your Own Wallpaper

Once the first panel is up and trimmed, use a squeegee or a similar flat-edged tool to smooth out any air bubbles. Smooth them toward the outside edges of the wallpaper. If any excess glue seeps out, wipe it away quickly with a damp cloth. Start the process again with your next panel. When you’re hanging your next panel on the wall, you’ll have to make sure that the patterns match up as you hang. There will be some overlap in the pattern; this is okay. Get this next panel hung and adhered. If you’re hanging around a window or a closet, it’s easiest to hang the full panel and then trim the general window area with scissors, being careful not to leave a couple of extra inches around the window frame to work with. Once the paper is adhered, use the same razor technique as you did in the corners to trim around the window.

How to Install Your Own Wallpaper

Then you’ll need to go back and trim your overlapped spots. Use a straight edge and cut the two overlapped papers, being careful not to cut too far to one side or the other — you want to cut in the middle of where they’re overlapped. Remove the excess paper from both sides. Then use a seam rolling tool (we used a brayer) to roll over the seam and ensure that it’s nice and flat. Repeat the process with every new panel of paper until your wall is covered!

How to Install Your Own Wallpaper

Weeeeeeee did it! I can’t believe we did it but we did it. And we’re still married. And truly, it wasn’t that scary. Okay, the first panel was scary but once you develop a system and start working with the materials a little bit you definitely get the hang of it. Have you ever wallpapered? Would  you ever wallpaper? Big thanks to Murals Wallpaper for helping us get over our DIY fears! xoxo

Product for this post graciously provided by Murals Wallpaper.

Black and White Bathroom

The Studio Bathroom (and Sources!)

It’s SO exciting to start seeing rooms in the house and new studio getting finished one by one. I think the bathroom in the studio might have been the first…

Black and White Bathroom

Black and White Bathroom

Black and White Bathroom

It’s SO exciting to start seeing rooms in the house and new studio getting finished one by one. I think the bathroom in the studio might have been the first to be entirely complete, and I’m so happy to finally be able to share it! It went from a teensy tiny half bathroom to a larger space attached to the studio and doubling as a guest bath if we have a visitor. I’m not exaggerating when I say that the entire bathroom used to occupy the space that is now just the shower. So, yay.

Black and White Bathroom

Black and White Bathroom

Black and White Bathroom

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We wanted an airy feeling space with lots of contrast, so we went with large black hex tile on the floor which we carried into the shower floor as well. Pretty much everything else is white, with gold fixtures and little pops of color. The light in the room is so pretty in the morning!

Read on for more photos and sources on just about everything. Hope you like it! Not gonna lie, I feel like I’m going to a spa when I get ready in this bathroom. xoxo

Black and White Bathroom

Black and White Bathroom

Black and White Bathroom

Black and White Bathroom

Black and White Bathroom

Floor Tile. Bullnose Tile.  Shower Tile. Vanity and Cabinet. Sink Faucet/Shower Fixtures/Towel Racks/Hooks (Delta Trinsic Collection in Champagne Bronze). Sconces. Mirror. Towels. Bunny Clock. Ampersand Dish.

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

The New Studio Tour

Guys guys guys. When I look back at the evolution of the workspaces where I’ve had Lovely Indeed, it’s kind of insane. We started in our 450-square-foot Manhattan apartment, where…

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

Guys guys guys. When I look back at the evolution of the workspaces where I’ve had Lovely Indeed, it’s kind of insane. We started in our 450-square-foot Manhattan apartment, where I had a laptop and a foldaway counter next to a 18″ window. Then we expanded to a makeshift work area in half of our living room in our LA apartment. Next came an extra bedroom converted into an office in our current house. And when we moved into that bedroom I was thrilled! I felt like a freaking queen and I never imagined we could outgrow it. Cut to a couple months later with me banging my head against the wall wishing for more space, more storage, more light, more everything. And so the great home studio renovation got under way, and we had the chance to make ourselves a space exactly how we wanted it.

I can’t tell you how refreshing and inspiring it is to work in the new space. It actually used to be our garage, with a little extra added space. We wanted it to feel as open and airy as possible, so we kept the ceilings vaulted and put in just about as many windows as was feasible. Everything got a fresh coat of white paint, so it’s like living inside a pretty lightbox.

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

We wanted a massive amount of storage for supplies and props, so we had a bank of cabinets built, along with a sink, counter, lower cabinets, and an upper shelf. That, along with our desks and some of our old IKEA furniture is, so far, more storage than we know what to do with.  It’s a dream.

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

We also wanted a little seating area for meetings, relaxing, brainstorming, and more. Rugs Plus sent the most amazing area rug — I’d been wanting a Moroccan rug but all of the ones I was coming across shed like crazy. This one is soft, just the right amount of shaggy, and doesn’t shed an ounce. Perfect. Topped it with the trusty yellow couch and this faux marble table and it’s a good little seating spot.

For flooring, I wanted something light and bright but didn’t want to go the direction of the all-white floors that lots of studios have. It is, after all, part of our home, and it should feel that way. So we opted for a laminate flooring in a pale, washed out wood color. It’s great for shooting and is super easy to clean, which is key. The walls pretty much stay white and empty to allow for lots of different areas to shoot. It’s incredible to have a space that’s ready to go at a moment’s notice!

So, so excited to finally be able to share the space with y’all! We spend a lot of time in here, and I’m so grateful that we have this space to do what we do. See below for a few more sources – and if you have a question about something that’s not listed, let us know in the comments and we’ll share the info! xoxo

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

Bright, Colorful, Happy Studio Office

Yellow Couch / Marble Table / Arm Chair / Round Gold Shelf / Gold Faucet / Cabinet Pulls / Weekending Print / Blue Rolling Cart

Baby Girl Nursery

Baby Girl’s Nursery

Oh man, it’s finally done! I was kind of worried Baby Girl would get here and we wouldn’t have a single diaper unpacked because for the longest time her nursery…

Baby Girl Nursery

Baby Girl Nursery

Baby Girl Nursery

Oh man, it’s finally done! I was kind of worried Baby Girl would get here and we wouldn’t have a single diaper unpacked because for the longest time her nursery was a storage room for extra furniture while the remodel was raging. But we got her little room all put together and I’ve been pretty excited to share it here! We mentioned a while back that we had our eye on some flamingo wallpaper, and we fully committed. It’s a flamingo party in here, gang. I love it!

This was Henry’s old room, and we had a pale blue wall painted in it for him. Initially we were going to paint it white but once we got the flamingos up it looked pretty fun together! So we left it and added some mint and darker green touches to balance out all the pink. The flamingo wallpaper is from Murals Wallpaper‘s Tropical Collection. And we actually did it ourselves. It was our first time wallpapering and I was totally scared, but after we hung the first section we got into a groove. We’re planning on wallpapering the kitchen, too, and we’ll have a whole how-to post coming up! I kind of can’t wait because I love the flamingos and the stuff we got from Murals Wallpaper is even better. (If that’s possible.) Eeee!

Baby Girl Nursery

I loved the rocker we got for Henry’s room (and have spent many an hour in it), but this time around we wanted a rocker-recliner so we found this one. Super comfy. The crib is the Babyletto Origami Mini Crib, and is just big enough for Baby Girl while Henry is finishing up using his crib. We’re also planning on having it in our bedroom to use as a co-sleeper while she’s brand-new, to make it double duty.

Baby Girl Nursery

Baby Girl Nursery

Land of Nod was kind enough to send a few fun finishing things to spruce up the place — why do they have the cutest kid stuff in the world? I can’t stand it. The lamp might be my favorite, and the fact that it matches the finials on the curtain rod. The little mint Felix chair is adorable in there, too, although Henry keeps trying to claim it as his own. 😉 We included their Funslide print in a little collection of art on Baby Girl’s wall, next to a couple of my own photos and a print that we got on a trip to Mexico. The little globe pulls on the closet door and throw pillows are Nod, too. I swear, I would just as easily put all of their pieces in my own room.

Baby Girl Nursery

Baby Girl Nursery

Baby Girl Nursery

I made a quick little garland for the blue wall out of some faux greenery (inspired by this one!). And we found some great changing pad covers thanks to June & January — basic stripes in just about any color you can think of.

Baby Girl Nursery

Other than that, we didn’t fill her room with bunches of stuff. I learned pretty quickly with #1 that it’ll fill up soon enough as she gets more clothes, toys, bigger diapers, and all of that stuff that comes way sooner than you think it will. I just can’t imagine that this room will be where the action is pretty soon! So hard to wrap your head around an actual baby while you’re preparing all of the logistical stuff. I’m just so glad that we finally have a home base for her. She’ll be here before we know it! xoxo

 

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

DIY Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

With our second nugget on the way, we decided that it was only fair if the older brother got the bigger bedroom. So we moved Hank and all of his…

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

With our second nugget on the way, we decided that it was only fair if the older brother got the bigger bedroom. So we moved Hank and all of his worldly possessions one door down in our hallway. He loves his new room, and it’s interesting because he plays in there way more than he used to in his old room! I think his stuff just fits better. When we moved we wanted to take his famous closet doors with him (Ryan spent way too long on those babies to just give them up). We wanted to paint a wall in his new room, too, and thought it might be fun to do a little take on the diagonal closet stripes. So we dove in and painted a diagonal wall!

We teamed with HGTV HOMETM by Sherwin-Williams to scout out the perfect paint color from one of their 16 new designer-inspired Color Collections. We settled on Tame Teal (HGSW1317) from the Fashion Forward Color Collection — I think we naturally gravitated toward it because that particular Color Collection contains lots of the shades that are already in his room, so we knew it would be a good fit . Pretty handy! The paint is now available at Lowe’s, which was super convenient for us. We wanted quality brushes to use with our new paint, so we grabbed some Purdy tools while we were there and got to it!

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

Materials

Make Time: 2 Hours (Plus Drying Time)

Step 1: Start by taping off your diagonal line. Be sure the tape doesn’t arch at all as you’re adhering it to the wall. Smooth down the edges of the tape so that no paint will seep underneath. Cover the floor with a drop cloth.

Step 2: Grab your Purdy brush and start cutting in edges. The angled brush was crucial for this part — it was nice and sharp and made clean lines so that we didn’t need to mask the edges at all.

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

Step 3: Once you’ve cut in all of your corners and edges, grab your Purdy Revolution Roller. Load with paint and start painting in the large open areas of the wall. I like to paint in a “W” pattern when using a roller so that the edges of the paint blend into each other. The roller holds more paint than average, which helped lots in moving the project along quickly.

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

Step 4: Cover your whole wall with paint and allow the first coat to dry. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to complete your coverage.

Step 5: Carefully remove your painter’s tape.

Ta-daaaaa! I love this wall. Makes me wish I had had the courage to paint a diagonal accent wall a long time ago! (It also kind of makes me jealous that it’s not in my own room.) The paint went on like a dream, and we only had to use two coats for complete coverage, thanks to the Paint & Primer in One feature. Perfect for a morning project while Hank was away at pre-school. He came home pretty pumped to see his new room.

So what room would you paint if you had to choose?! I love this game. I’m still dreaming of a blush pink room somewhere in the house but I’ll have to convince Ryan of that one first.

Hope you try one of the new colors on your next painting project! If you do, be sure to leave a review of your paint experience here to spread the good word. And if you need help choosing brushes or tools, click here to use Purdy’s handy Tool Selector. xoxo

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

How to Create a Diagonal Painted Accent Wall

This post is sponsored by HGTV HOME by Sherwin-Williams and Purdy. All ideas and opinions are my very own. Thank you for being supportive of the partners who help keep Lovely Indeed rocking!

Kitchen Under Construction

Renovation Update

We are racing a baby clock, people! If Baby Girl cooks as long as she’s supposed to, she’ll be here in a little over 5 weeks. And we are thisclose to…

Kitchen Under Construction

We are racing a baby clock, people! If Baby Girl cooks as long as she’s supposed to, she’ll be here in a little over 5 weeks. And we are thisclose to finishing the renovation, relatively speaking (since we started the day after Christmas of 2015). If all goes well, we’ll be wrapped up in about a week or two — and I’m hoping down to my toes that it all does go well.

What’s left? We need to install the kitchen countertops and appliances, touch up a few spots with paint, let the new hardwood floors cure, and get our fireplace stone & mantle installed. I know it sounds like a lot, but in the grand scheme of things it’s just a  tiny little list at this point. And if that all happens over the next couple of weeks and baby girl stays put until around her due date, that means we’ll have a few weeks to clean the house and just prepare for her arrival. Cross every finger you have for us!

I mostly can’t believe that we’re approaching the end, because this has been going on for 8 long months at this point. Henry thinks that our contractor is part of the family. (And I actually think that when he’s not coming around every day any more, the poor kid is going to be heartbroken.) I’ll just be so, so glad to have our house put back together, with floors that don’t have drywall dust on them and a couch that isn’t covered in plastic in the corner. I can’t believe it’s actually going to happen soon. Countdown is on, y’all. xoxo

Rose Gold Wire Basket

A Tiny Bit of Fall

I’m torn. I’m always torn in August! It’s still VERY summer, but I start seeing autumn things in shops and kids are getting ready for school and I just get a little…

Rose Gold Wire Basket

Rose Gold Wire Basket

I’m torn. I’m always torn in August! It’s still VERY summer, but I start seeing autumn things in shops and kids are getting ready for school and I just get a little bit excited about fall, okay?! Don’t get me wrong, I’m not pulling out boots or sweaters any time soon, but I did happen to add just the tiniest fall update to our studio decor that’s just enough for right now. This one’s a double duty, too, so if you need an organizational boost you can use that as an excuse like I did.

Rose Gold Wire Basket

I spotted these gorgeous rose gold wire baskets at Michaels the other day and they were on super sale so duh I decided that it was finally time to reorganize some of my supplies. I’m always trying to figure out what to do with the rolled papers that we use for wrapping and photo backdrops, and the baskets we had just weren’t keeping things tidy. (See below for a horrifying photo of the state of my supplies before I finally fixed them up.) This one has nice tall sides so everything’s staying right where I put it. And the warm rosy color of the wire is just enough to get us ready to say goodbye to summer and hello to fall.

That’s it! Just a little dispatch from the studio today. We’ll be sharing the whole shebang pretty soon, so stay tuned! xoxo

P.S. See how the rest of the Michaels Makers are infusing a little fall into their homes right here!

Messy Papers

Rose Gold Wire Basket

Rose Gold Wire Basket

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Restyle

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Refresh

We’ve had this metal rolling cart kicking around in our backyard ever since we moved into the new house a couple of years ago. Initially we found it at a…

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Restyle

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Restyle

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Restyle

We’ve had this metal rolling cart kicking around in our backyard ever since we moved into the new house a couple of years ago. Initially we found it at a yard sale and Mr. Lovely took it on as a little furniture update project, and it turned out great! We used it as a bar cart for a while. When we moved in I put some plants on it and set it outside and it just sort of stayed there, forgotten. Needless to say time and the weather took their toll and it was looking a little less than chipper. (And by less than chipper, I mean totally grimy, faded, scratched up, and basically a mess.) So we teamed with method, who’s encouraging us all to #fearnomess and get our hands a little dirty while we’re being creative! We cleaned it up and gave it a new life. If you have a similar piece of furniture that needs an update, this might just do the trick!

Materials

Make Time: 2 Hours (Plus Paint Drying Time)

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Restyle

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Restyle

Step 1: Take your cart outside and wipe it down of any major dust or debris. If necessary, use a stiff brush to brush away any paint flakes or caked-on gunk.

Step 2: If your cart has any wheels or hardware, remove it and set it aside.

Step 3: Spray all over with a cleaning spray like method’s all-purpose cleaner (which, by the way smells like lovely clementines!). Spritz lightly with water and wipe with your rags to clean every inch of that baby.

Step 4: Once completely dry, cover with a first coat of spray paint. This is the part that will take patience — you may need a few even coats of spray paint to get your desired effect. We were going from navy to bright yellow and I didn’t prime it, so we used 4 coats of paint.

Step 5: Between coats, once each coat is dry, spritz lightly with your all-purpose cleaner and wipe gently with a rag. This will ensure that any dust or debris that settled while the previous coat was drying gets removed. A gentle, non-toxic formula like method’s is ideal here so that it doesn’t eat away at the paint as you’re working on adding coats.

Step 6: Repeat steps 4 and 5 until your cart has complete color coverage.

Step 7: Clean all your hardware with the all-purpose cleaner and a rag. Allow it to dry thoroughly and then reattach it to the cart.

Yessss! I love this little refresh! The bright yellow is so fun and it’s a great spot to hold a few odds and ends around the new studio. I’ve been rolling it around here and there until I find the perfect spot. Have you ever updated a piece of furniture? If you’re new to the game, I’d highly recommend a project like this one to get you into the swing of things. It’s so exciting what you can create when you #fearnomess! xoxo

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Restyle

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Restyle

DIY Metal Rolling Cart Restyle

This post is sponsored by method. All opinions and ideas are my own. Thank you for being supportive of the brands who help keep Lovely Indeed rocking!

Baby Girl Nursery Inspiration

Baby Girl Nursery Inspiration

Confession. When I started looking for inspiration for Baby Girl’s nursery, I got tripped up at first. I kept picking little dude stuff! I definitely don’t know how to do…

Baby Girl Nursery Inspiration

Confession. When I started looking for inspiration for Baby Girl’s nursery, I got tripped up at first. I kept picking little dude stuff! I definitely don’t know how to do “little girl” yet. I’d love for her room to feel like a girl’s room, but not veer into the whole “pink bows and hearts threw up everywhere in here” direction. A little pink, a little adventurous, a lot fun. So obviously we should put flamingo wallpaper up, right?

We saw that flamingo wallpaper and kind of wanted to go for it, so I think it’ll be the focal point in the room. Everything else will stick to a minty and neutral palette so nobody gets overwhelmed by all of those birds. 😉

Baby Girl Nursery Inspiration

I didn’t want to pigeonhole either of my kiddos with really gender-heavy or super themey nurseries, so we tried to do the same thing here that we did with Hank’s. We’re finding pieces that we think Baby Girl will be able to grow with and keep using as she gets older, and including some fun artwork that’s all about adventure and good times. I’m so excited to get cracking on this room in real life now that the renovation is moving along! Stay tuned for updates on how the inspiration comes to life. xoxo

Flamingo Wallpaper
Pendant Light
Campaign Dresser
Gold XO
All Aboard! California
All Aboard! Paris
Pineapple Print
Brave and Courageous Print
Mint Bookcase
White Crib
Crosley Record Player
Fun Slide Print
You Are My Greatest Adventure Print
Wicker Hamper
Ombre Pillow
Gold Faceted Lamp
Loop Rug

P.S. Henry’s inspiration board and finished room!

How to Wallpaper Your Cabinets with Instagram Photos

Use Instagram Photos to Wallpaper Your Cabinets

I posted this quick project on Instagram and you guys seemed to really love it! It was actually a series of DIYs that I created for HGTV.com, all about how…

How to Wallpaper Your Cabinets with Instagram Photos

How to Wallpaper Your Cabinets with Instagram Photos

I posted this quick project on Instagram and you guys seemed to really love it! It was actually a series of DIYs that I created for HGTV.com, all about how to decorate using your own Instagram photos. All in all there are about 10 different projects, but this one was definitely my fave. You can check out all of them right here, but I thought I’d share a few extra photos and details of the cabinets that we wallpapered with our Instagram photos!

We asked for some help from our favorite Instagram printers, Social Print Studio, to print up a couple of their posters.  You can select the images you want to include in the poster, so you can customize it a little bit; I chose lots of photos that had pink and blue tones so it would feel cohesive. It’s also way easier to just get a poster with all your images printed in one place than to wallpaper your cabinets with single photos.

So once you have your posters, measure the inside of your cabinets, trim the posters to the right size, remove the shelves, and just tack up your posters with glue strips or something similar. That way you can reposition it if it’s crooked, or it’s easily removable if you change your mind.

And that’s it! Then you have a colorful interior to your cabinets waiting for you every time you reach for the hairspray. Fun, huh? xoxo

How to Wallpaper Your Cabinets with Instagram Photos

How to Wallpaper Your Cabinets with Instagram Photos

How to Wallpaper Your Cabinets with Instagram Photos