Design Wallpapers Rediscovered: Completely of the Roll

Who Says Wallpapers Belong To Walls? Finally, You Can Also Get A New Outfit With The Colorful Railways And Furniture And Lamps.
Thin sand coatings, metal luster or unusual 3-D effects- with such and other creative refinements, designers are increasingly fond of wallpaper. If you do not want to dare to go straight to whole walls, you can also use the chic roles of your home. fem.com reveals how.

Striped Dress For The Chest Of Drawers:

You Need:
Wallpaper of your choice
White dresser
Tapet tackle (eg from Metylan)
Cutter or craft knife
Rubber roller
That’s How It’s Done:
The tapetenkleister according to the details on the packaging with water in a bowl clumpy stir and swell. Measure the drawers and cut the tap sections with a side addition of two to three centimeters. Apply the wallpaper that  from Necessaryhome– ment with the wallpaper cutter, leave it soaked for 10 minutes on the wallpaper, and then place it on the drawer glare. Spray any air pockets with a rubber roller from the inside out. Allow the paste to cure (over night) and cut the supernatants with a cutter or a knife. Then mount the handles.

Divider: Floral Screen

You Need:
Wallpaper with floral motif
3 white, coated particle boards 0,40 x 1,70 m
(15-18 mm thickness)
4 hinges
(corresponding to the thickness of the wood)
Wallstickers
Cutter or craft knife
Rubber roller
That’s How It’s Done:
Stir the tapet and stir. Cut the wallpaper with a side cut of two to three centimeters. Apply the wallpaper seg- ment with the wallpaper cutter, leave it soaked for ten minutes on the wallpaper and then place it on the chipboard boards. Spray any air pockets with a rubber roller from the inside out. Allow the paste to cure (over night) and cut the supernatants with a cutter or a knife. Mount the hinges on the cutting edges of the chipboard blanks and assemble the screen.

The Unique Masterpiece – Frame With Baroque Motif

You Need:
Wallpaper with baroque motif
Wedge frame in different sizes
Wallstickers
Cutter or craft knife
Cut resistant underlay
Metal ruler
That’s How It’s Done:
Cut the wallpaper according to the wedge frame dimensions with a cutter and a metal ruler on a cut-resistant support. Stir the tapet and stir. Place the tapeten cut with the tapestry, leave it for 15 to 20 minutes and then place it flush on the wedge frame. Use the palm of the hand to squeeze any air pockets and press them slightly at the edges.

Eyecatcher Over The Dining Table – Lampshades With Matt-Gloss Effects

You Need:
Wallpaper with metal effect
Cylindrical lampshades
Double-sided adhesive tape
Cutter or craft knife
Cut resistant underlay
Metal ruler
That’s How It’s Done:
Cut the wallpapers according to the lamp screen dimensions with a cutter and a metal ruler on a cut-resistant support. Cover the lamp screen over the entire area with double-sided adhesive tape. Peel off the protective paper and glue the tapiose blanket.

Instead Of Aquarium Journals With Goldfish

You Need:
Wallpaper with fish motif
Magazine folder made of paper or plywood
Double-sided adhesive tape
Cutter or craft knife
Cut resistant underlay
That’s How It’s Done:
Cover the magazines all over the surface with double-sided adhesive tape. Peel off the protective paper and place the adhesive side on the underside of the wallpaper. Apply and apply, cut the supernatant on a cut-resistant backing. So proceed with all sides.

New Dress For Old Boxes

Wallpaper with stripes and flowers motifs
Clamping cartons
Double-sided adhesive tape
Cutter or craft knife
Cut resistant underlay
That’s How It’s Done:
Cover the bottom and cover part with double-sided adhesive tape. Remove the protective paper. Cover the underside with stripe wallpaper, cut the overhang with a cutter with a sharp edge. Place the lid from the left on the wallpaper, the wallpaper on the narrow sides, cut the overhang.