Spruce Up Your Kitchen Cabinets With Some Colourful Gift Wrap

Spruce Up Your Kitchen Cabinets With Some Colourful Gift Wrap

Photos by Jenna Kincaid for Lulu & Georgia

Open shelving in the kitchen can help you keep your dishes and appliances organised, but the bare, exposed back walls can be a little boring to look at. If you want to add a little visual interest without committing to a paint colour or hassling with wallpaper, the blog Lulu & Georgia has an easy solution: gift wrap.

This DIY is great for a lot of reasons. It’s cheap, it’s easy, and it’s not a huge commitment. Just grab some pretty wrapping paper, cut and and fold the edges over to fit the width of your cabinets, and attach it to the back wall with folded-over painters tape. Keep it up until you get bored of looking at it, then swap it out for a new design.


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