I have this bookcase that is next to our front door in the living room. When I organized a space for the kids toys in the basement I moved all their books from the living room bookcase to the basement one. This left me with a clean slate for the shelves on the living room bookcase. I filled them with two wire baskets (HomeGoods), a wooden crate (HomeGoods) and of course a few of my favorite Reader's Digest books.
Here's what the bookcase looked like after the books were cleared out and replaced with the baskets.
I really liked the wire baskets, but they were lost in the black background. To solve that problem I used leftover fabric and covered a piece of cardboard. I then slipped it behind the baskets to bring in some color.
I unscrewed millions of little screws to remove the back panel. Okay, maybe it was only about twenty, but it felt like a million. Thankfully, I had a drill that helped cut down my time and saved my wrist. Once the back panel was off I just covered it with the wrapping paper and then screwed the twenty some screws back on.
Just pretend you don't see the cord!
Such a fun pop of color and I love the design! I have one other project in mind using this wrapping paper so this will not be the last time you see it being used.
So which one do you like better?