DIY Whiteboard Pantry Door
I love my little house - even the little-ish kitchen. As much as I love it, though, there's a part of me that longs for wide, open walls with lots of space to decorate and create fun little decorated nooks. I love to peruse instagram and Pinterest and see all of the fun chalkboards and whiteboards, even though I know I do not have the space to create one. Or do I? I recently discovered the perfect way to add a cute and functional space to my kitchen - someplace I had never considered before. The door! Yep, my pantry door.
Not this side - the INSIDE!
I'm going to add a whiteboard with this awesome product from Kassa:
Here's a peek at what's inside the box:
I started by measuring the panel in the door. The contact paper has graph lines on the back, so it was super easy to measure and cut:
After it was cut to size, I simply peeled off the backing:
And added it to the door. I started at the top and rubbed gently as I adhered it. It was very forgiving and easy to peel back and reattach when it started laying crooked.
I know it's kind of hard to see because everything is white. You can kind of see the shine here:
And now, even though I don't have extra wall space, I have an awesome, custom whiteboard that will be so useful!
Now I can wipe off and reuse over and over again! And maybe this will help me to be more organized too! Yay for that!
Have you tried this awesome whiteboard contact paper? I'd love to see your projects!