Today, on my daily blog/web perusing, I saw the coolest DIY project. If you have an old, grubby fridge or just a a fridge that you want to add a little pizazz to, keep reading. Apartment Therapy featured a project where the reader used contact paper (yes, the stuff that you can line drawers with that costs a couple bucks a roll!) to make one stylish fridge. She cut out pieces of the paper that fit together to make a really intricate geometric pattern. Then it was just a matter of sticking them all on, carefully I imagine. This project is definitely going into my files for a project to tackle at some point. I don’t think I would do my whole fridge, but perhaps one side or another piece of furniture. Check it out below:

via apartment therapy

via apartment therapy

via apartment therapy

via apartment therapy

via apartment therapy

via apartment therapy

Check out the whole post here: http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/chicago/diy/diy-refrigerator-design-contact-paper-pattern-shoestring-pavilion-125198