I want to give a shout-out to Christina Katos at No. 29 Design blog!
Christina approached us a few weeks ago about a project on her to-do list: covering the back face of the cabinetry in a built-in entertainment center. Covering the back of a cabinet is a fairly common project for CSP customers.
An issue she had was that Christina chose a damask pattern and wanted the pattern oriented so it ran up and down within the bookcase. Pattern orientation changes are frequent concerns for our customers.
We are a printer, so we have a lot of flexibility for this sort of request. We made a slight change by rotating the pattern 90 degrees and shipped her two rolls of our fine weave fabric material. Fine weave fabric is what we recommend for vertical services; it has full adhesive backing but a dull finish so there are no reflections. It is also easily repositionable, or easily removed without residual adhesives after some time, unlike Con-tact Paper™ and some lesser quality shelf paper/drawer liners.
The results? See for yourself—pretty spectacular! Find complete instructions here.
We found Christina’s blog to be a great resource filled with ideas, advice, and project how-tos. Check it out: No. 29 blog.