Final Adjustments

We’re making the final adjustments to website and looking forward to going “live” Monday.  This is a very exciting step for us, our first e-commerce website.

ChicShelfPaper is a new webstore that we have been putting together for the last few months.   The concept is that we intend to be the ultimate source for custom printed shelf paper and drawer liners on the internet.

After moving into a new home, we were dismayed at the lack originality of shelf papers and drawer liners we found. The idea of having to look at our possessions — from silverware and sweaters to towels and toys — sitting atop faux wood-grain or sterile white plastic shelf paper left us uninspired.

Then there was the idea of all that measuring and cutting, and the trial-and-error fitting process to install something we really weren’t crazy about anyway.

“There has to be a better way,” we told ourselves… but we couldn’t find one.

And so Chic Shelf Paper was born.

Our goal is to help homeowners enhance and enjoy their living environments by creating personalized and high-quality coverings for the storage areas in their homes. When our customers access their things by opening a drawer, or reaching for something on a shelf, we want them to feel a sense of comfort and familiarity — an ah-h moment — knowing their environment exactly reflects their taste.

Anyway, I hope some of you will visit our new website, check out our great pattern and materials, and tell your friends about!




  1. I am making my own Jewelry Cabinet. I am using a white laminate cabinet and looking for an easy cover up for the outside and thinking contact paper would be a great idea but like you finding the right pattern sucks. I love our website and the options are fabulous but your colors are not coming across very good. I am doing two of these cabinets and one is for a friend of mine and she says she wants a cream background with light blue, brown and teal polka dots. She says think Pottery Barn and I can’t find anything in those colors on Pottery Barn so anyway I was thinking about getting your cream colored paper and then finding some polka dot stickers in those colors but I am not sure exactly what your cream color looks like. I am very particular about cream and off whites to not look ivory (with a yellow tint). Sorry to be so long winded but I am so envious of what you are doing!

    Thanks; Tammie Becker

    Comment by Tammie Becker · February 17, 2010 @ 3:03 pm

  2. HI Tammie,

    Thanks for your note. We can help! If you can send an email to, I will mock up a pattern for you to approve, it sounds very simple. If you like it, we can produce it, if not, no problem.

    What size are the polka dots? If you can send me a photo or link with the colors you like I will reproduce them. Let me know.

    Best regards,
    EC @ CSP

    Comment by csperic · February 22, 2010 @ 3:04 pm

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