Stick on a contact paper as a backsplash

Dreaming of a subway tile backsplash? This contact paper is the answer.

Or use peel and stick tile

This stone backsplash was put up in a hurry, and can be taken down with ease.

Add a floor design with a painted canvas

This patterned design is like having a waterproof rug on your kitchen floor.

Paint your backsplash to look like tile

You can always repaint it if you don’t like it.

Upgrade your cabinets with contact paper

Can’t paint your cabinets? No fear, this is a great solution.

Install some wallpaper to transform the room

Wallpaper is a great way to add design and style without breaking the bank.

Add a pretty pattern to your fridge shelves

Your fridge will look newly upgraded, and you can take them off whenever you feel it’s gotten old.

Revive your countertop with contact paper

Replace that yucky laminate countertop without actually doing any work.

Double counter space with a raised shelf

Keep your utensils above and your recipe books below.

Or add a small portable kitchen island

You can stow it away, bring it out, and even take it with you around the kitchen.

Make removable painted contact paper walls

This is the smartest way to paint your walls without having to repaint them.