DIY Wood Accent Wall | Dollar Tree Contact Paper Hack

Saturday, April 27, 2019

If you're new to decorating and on a budget like me then, you understand that things like wallpaper can cost an arm and leg. Unless you like painting you opt for something a little less messy. I happened to be at my local Dollar Tree when I came across a few bundles of Quick Cover wood contact paper. I was little reluctant at first because I had purchase contact paper from the 99 cents store before and it wasn't long enough for my liking. I gave in and decided to buy a few and see if I could use it for my long walls in my kitchen.

Upon walking into my apartment you can see right into my kitchen. I realized that the first point of entry didn't really showcase the theme of my apartment - African Urban Jungle. The faux wood look given by the contact paper would remind me of the huts back in Africa. At first I just grabbed 10 rolls but quickly realized I needed 12 and head to another store to get more. My suggestion is never just show up to a store, call see if they have what you need in stock, say..."I have an inventory question" so they can refer you to the right person in the store.

What you'll need:

10-20 Rolls of Quick Cover Contact Paper


Staple gun

I spent $12 Faux wood accent wall from Dollar Tree. I also got a staple gun with staples for $5 from a local bargain store. In total = $18 ! NOT including the art from Ross.

 Make sure you take some alcohol an wipe down your walls. A clean wall is easier to work with.

A latter if useful or second pair of hands to help speed up the process.

Once you're done smooth it all out with your hand.

As you can see, I also did the utilities closet - Can you tell me what use to be there? 

(Craftsmen house)

The finish product! I placed Atticus' items next to the wall to create a cat corner by the windows in my kitchen. I created her dinning space below an IKEA bench I covered up with a curtain. I'll discuss this more in another post.

The first aid bag is from Target.

Happy Decorating!

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  1. This is so cute! I love how the wood adds so much personality! Great idea and so affordable.

    1. thank you!!!! It was so plain before since it was my entry I felt it needed a little life.


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