Backdrop for Bathroom Shelf

Backdrop for Bathroom Shelf

Sarah-Campbell-West-Elm West-Elm-Sarah-CampbellWhen I received this little West Elm mailer, I immediately knew I wanted to use the backside for the background of my little IKEA wall shelf in our bathroom.  The print is the white flower tile print by Sarah Campbell for West Elm.

Lets remember the before, really quick:Bathroom_Progress10

And a close up:Sarah-Campbell-Close-UpI didn’t even use tape, or anything to make it adhere to the backing; I just placed it in there! So easy. Have any of you done a similar up-cycling project?

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One Response to Backdrop for Bathroom Shelf

  1. amber says:

    Our little 410 Ikea “As-Is” find, so cute! I wish I didn’t try painting mine white b4 I knew how to paint. I stacked all of the shelves (b4 all the way dry), creating a big mess! Its been stored away like that (for a future project) since we bought them! This totally inspires me to drag it out and bring it back to life! I guess I will either re-sand/paint or strip down to the wood (which looks totally cute with that backdrop, btw)!

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