WALLPAPERED DRESSER MATERIALS
• Furniture piece
• Paint (We used Sherwin-Williams
Coral Island SW 6332.)
• Tape measure
• Wallpaper in desired pattern (We used three
2×4-foot panels of Shaping Up in Blush.) • Cutting mat
• Crafts knife
Step 1 Make sure the furniture surface you plan to wallpaper is smooth for best results. Paint piece and allow to fully dry. We recommend painting about a month before installing wallpaper so paint is fully cured.
Step 2 Measure each surface you want to paper and mark wallpaper panel with measurements (A).
Step 3 Cut out panels using a straightedge and crafts knife (B).
Step 4 Peel back paper (C) and stick to clean, dry area on furniture (D). Smooth out bubbles and rub on corners to firmly attach.
We recommend applying your first piece in a less-noticeable area to get the hang of it before applying the rest.
OFF THE WALL Sure, you can wallpaper a wall, but try Chasing Paper on your next furniture redo. We found a cast-off dresser and gave it a new life, this photo. WE CHOSE TO MAKEOVER A DRESSER, BUT THE SAME STEPSAPPLY FOR ANY FURNITURE PIECE: PAINT, MEASURE, THEN CUT THE PAPER—AND ENJOY A TOTALLYNEW LOOK!ACBD