Spray paint the exterior, sure, but add contact paper to the inside to give it an adorable look. (Julien K.)
Dress up a boring medicine cabinet by cutting contact paper over a cutting mat, then sticking the paper on.
We love how the contact paper totally jazzes this old thing up. (A Mother Thing)
Bring the garden theme indoors with green contact paper! Cut designs from cardboard and cover with contact paper. (Maarit A.)
You’ll love serving your guests drinks on this high-end cart.
With this black and white print you won’t be so upset to see your fridge empty.
Add a dash of thick navy stripes by measuring horizontal pieces of dark contact paper that’s easily removable.
If concrete, wood, and marble aren’t for you, contact paper is the way to go for a new countertop.
Spray some adhesive on your wordy contact paper and quickly apply it to your wall! (Hello Little Home)
The grey contact paper transformed this drab piece into a fabulous designer coffee table.
This cleverly retains privacy without giving up any natural light. (Bigger Than the Three Of Us)
This is such a simple and fantastic way to give your bathroom an upgrade.