Are you ready to make a statement in your home without breaking the bank? Today, the self-proclaimed “colour wieilding Queen” and blogger behind PMQ for two, Ariel Garneau, is showing how to transform an Ikea make-up table into a rolling bar cart using 1 part Woven Wallpaper and 1 part power tool mixed with 3 parts creativity. We feel confident that by the time you’re finished with this beginner-friendly DIY project, you’ll have a new favorite accent piece in your home and something to cheers to!
Woven Peel and Stick
When the style trends for 2018 were announced by the leaders of the home décor industry, it was no surprise to see wallpaper making the list…again. Over the past few years we have grown to love wallpaper as a quick and easy way to refresh a room. With easy application and even easier removal, our home- and apartment-friendly wallpaper gives you the best of both worlds. Will 2018 be the year you finally complete the home makeover of your dreams? Find inspiration for your walls—and beyond—from these 15 wallpaper projects that have caught our eye.
Feeling the winter blues? The cold days of January can make anyone stir-crazy. Instead of staring at the same old furniture, cheer up your space with this easy weekend project using our go-to home déc material: woven wallpaper. Whether you use an old bookcase at home or pick one up from a tag sale, this refresh is guaranteed to help you see your reading nook in a new light! Follow along as Spoonflower’s president, Allison Sloan Polish, takes you through the DIY.
Looking for a quick, easy and interactive update to your tired craft table? Spoonflower crew member Allison visits the blog to share how she updated her art room table using coloring book inspired Woven Peel and Stick wallpaper!
My three boys—Jackson (8), Dillon (6) and Maddox (4)—just love spending time in our art room. Collectively, it really is our happy place. The old wooden top table in our space has the marker and paint scars to prove it.
I was hailed “Super Mom” the day I revealed the newly-reclaimed art space to the kids and was exalted to “Best Mom in the Whole Wide World” the day they got home from camp to find our dingy tabletop transformed by designer Diane Frazier’s “Color Me Floral” coloring book design on Spoonflower’s Peel and Stick Woven paper.
Note: We found success coloring the paper with Sharpies and other art markers from Staedtler and Uchida.