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Hi Jill, here's an article that will perhaps provide you some inspiration. :)
You can use peel and stick wallpaper. Just like wallpapering walls
peel and stick wallpaper would be easier to remove if you decide to and easier to apply too but you could also paint the door
The new peel ans stick wallpapers are really beautiful. ang peel and stick wallpaper on a door for a large-scale statement. Whether you use this large chevron or go for something a little more subtle like a wood plank pattern, peel and stick wallpaper easily goes on any smooth, clear surface
You could cover the door with it the whole door
Here's a link that gives you steps on how it's done:
Take a look at what Amazon has to offer in peel and stick wall paper:
Sorry but I never heard of a slab door before. Even goggled it and nothing.
Keep in mind that it will be difficult to keep the edges of the wallpaper from catching, lifting off, and ripping. An easier-to-maintain alternative to wallpapering the entire door is to put wallpaper in the centre of the door only, then make a frame around by adding molding.
Here are some examples:
Hello. Here’s a link that could be helpful with several ideas for your consideration
Hi Jill: Here are some sites that may help:
This site has several ideas. Left click on the one you want to look at and information will come up on lthe right. Then, on the upper right, there is an X. Click on that and it will take you back to the original site.
Oh, so many ideas to choose from :) Good luck
Use removable wallpaper and add panels to kick it up a notch.
Add Trim and then wallpaper in the space, or do it the other way around and wallpaper the door and then trim over it!
Jill, here's another link with some ideas on covering doors with wallpaper.