Change the look of your file cabinet with the contact paper of your choice!
Dress up a boring medicine cabinet by cutting contact paper over a cutting mat, then sticking the paper on.
You’ll smile every time you look up at your ceiling.
Get the marble look without the expense. (Inside the Fox Den)
Spray paint the exterior, sure, but add contact paper to the inside to give it an adorable look. (Julien K.)
Get gorgeous marble coasters simple by wrapping marble contact paper around tiles. (Meredith G.)
This makeover was just what this table needed.
You’ll turn that piece of trash into treasure in seconds. (Coastal Star Decor)
Why go crazy with expensive marble, when you can use contact paper? Cover laminate with fake marble contact paper instead! (SurgC
Grab some contact paper to instantly give your microwave a marble makeover!
This gorgeous update will decorate your door and provide you with privacy too!
Who would have thought your trash can could look this good!
In just several easy steps you’ll have yourself a stunning clock to display on your wall!
Privacy from your neighbours and a beautiful window in one!
Spray some adhesive on your wordy contact paper and quickly apply it to your wall! (Hello Little Home)
If concrete, wood, and marble aren’t for you, contact paper is the way to go for a new countertop.
The grey contact paper transformed this drab piece into a fabulous designer coffee table.
Add a dash of thick navy stripes by measuring horizontal pieces of dark contact paper that’s easily removable.
This cleverly retains privacy without giving up any natural light. (Bigger Than the Three Of Us)
With this black and white print you won’t be so upset to see your fridge empty.
This is such a simple and fantastic way to give your bathroom an upgrade.
You’ll love serving your guests drinks on this high-end cart.
Upcycle a wrought iron stand with some spray paint then create a table surface with a slab of wood and marble contact paper.
Bring the garden theme indoors with green contact paper! Cut designs from cardboard and cover with contact paper. (Maarit A.)
These will look good anywhere. (House on the Way)
Chippy doors no more! Choose some light faux wood styled contact paper and cover the doors, then glue on fake molding.
If you can’t afford hardwood or even laminate, grab some wood styled contact paper and get going!
We love how the contact paper totally jazzes this old thing up. (A Mother Thing)
Mod podge the paper to add some design without taking away from the wicker effect. (The Tattered Rabbit)
The best thing is that it easily comes off if you ever have to move.
All you need is white contact paper, scissors, a ruler, a steady hand and some Peel & Stick contact paper. Adorable.