I was ready to give my kitchen pantry doors a fresh coat of paint when I thought I might like to add a little “dimension” to them first.
Faux pressed tin is nice but can be pricey so I decided upon some paintable textured wall paper instead......
I found this roll at Lowe’s....
...I simply measured the length and width of the space on the door that I wanted to cover and then cut the pieces I needed.....
...and then I glued them to the door inserts.
Yes...I said “glued.” It was a lot easier than using wallpaper primer or “sizing” and then immersing the paper in water and waiting for the paste to “activate” before applying.
I just glued around the perimeter of the wallpaper piece and pressed it onto the door. NO having to remove excess paste or dealing with those darn air bubbles. No waiting for it to dry 24 hours before painting....
My doors went from drab to ooh la la in less than an hour!
Wallpaper: “Allen & Roth” ~ “Squares Pattern” found at Lowe’s
Paint: “Bone White” by Benjamin Moore in semi-gloss
Don't underestimate the impact that small changes can make.
"It's all in the details".
This is an inexpensive and easy-to-do project.
Why don't you give it a try and see for yourself?