- Book covers: Think of it as grade school redux. Take a rectangle, fold in the top and bottoms and slip the book's cover into the channels.
- Line a drawer or the back of a shelf: Of course there are scented wallpapers made expressly for this purpose, but we'd prefer to use wallpaper of our own choosing, with a bar of soap or a used dryer sheet providing the scent.
- Cover the outside of a dresser: Transform a plain-Jane dresser into something beautiful. If you don't have enough paper to cover an entire piece of furniture, try papering just the sides, the front, or a single panel.
- Frame it: Many contemporary wallpapers can double as art; for a glowing example, check out how one of our last house tour participants used decorative papers to frame her photos/images.
- Hang it, Asian-style: Hang a long length of wallpaper over a rod, thread the rod with a piece of ribbon and hang it.
- Cover a can or box: use it for pencils, utensils or odds and ends. A layer of polyurethane will make it durable.
- Inspiration: Wallpaper Around the Tub
- Look! Timourous Beasties Wallpaper
- Wallpaper Your Ceiling?
- Look! Patchwork Wallpaper
- Vintage Wallpaper Borders