Thursday, June 3, 2010

Greek Key Paper

I was going through my gazillions of bookmarks tonight and came across this little site that I bookmarked for some reason that I cannot now recall. While I was perusing the site I ran across this Jonathan Adler Greek Key wrapping paper.
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And think I'm going to get some of it to use as drawer liners for our credenza in our office.

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As with many DIY projects I undertake, I think I'm going to use John and Sherry's tutorial on how to tackle this little project. : )

xoxo

12 comments:

Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

I love using wrapping papers to line drawers and cabinets. It's so much cheaper than wallpaper and if I decide I want a change, I can remove and replace without guilt. Love the paper you chose. It will be a nice finishing touch.

Kirsten Sue said...

Oh my goodness! I love it. I might use it in my credenza. Thanks for the tips!

Kim @ NewlyWoodwards said...

Good idea, Joi. That will be great.

And, I was totally channelling you when I found that sink - it's what's good in my hood. ;)

Allison aka Half of VAMH said...

Oooh cute! I love the colorful chevron!

Hello Lover... said...

Love this! I have that same little box that is on your console table in bright pink from homegoods. Last week they had a pretty pale turquoise and white like yours - I went back this year hoping to snag them and they were gone - so sad!

Love that wallpaper though - thanks for sharing!

Emily said...

Love love love that wallpaper! You just have a knack for finding the good stuff.

Sharstin said...

that paper is fab! the colors are great~

Kimberley said...

What a great idea! Looking forward to the 'after' pictures! (please! :)

Jenny @ Anything Pretty said...

What a great find! That paper will be such a nice surprise when you open up the drawers.

Mackenzie {Design Darling} said...

what a pretty find. i just found out i'll be interning for jonathan adler this summer! it's such an amazing brand.

Lynett said...

So chic! It's going to look fabulosity like always ;)

Megan Elizabeth said...

Thanks so much for the link! I actually came across John and Sherry's tutorial a little while ago and have been looking for the perfect paper ever since!

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