I had some questions about the corkboard backsplash I used in our little laundry room update last week, so I wanted to show you just how easy it was. I used this product that I found at The Home Depot with the rolls of shelf liner:
It’s only 18 inches wide so I ended up hanging it in strips like wallpaper, but it was pretty easy to put the seams close together. (I used about 1 1/2 rolls for this little project and lined a shelf with the leftover.) The adhesive on the back worked great on top of the wallpaper, and I was able to pull it off and reposition if it started looking crooked.
Since it’s Con-Tact paper, I’m assuming the adhesive would come off of a painted wall without damage, but I haven’t tested it out.
Although it’s technically shelving paper, the cork is thick enough to hold tacks and not make holes in the wall. (I did test that out.) Right now, I just have a few favorite photos there, but I see us using this area more once school starts back.
This post was sponsored by The Home Depot.