Budget Luxury: Use Wrapping Paper to Line your Drawers

Budget Luxury: Use Wrapping Paper to Line your Drawers

Laure Joliet
Dec 17, 2008

When the year starts winding down, we start thinking about organizing for the new year. Then mix that in with the fact that the the bf needs more space for his clothes and that means time to clear out the closet and the dresser. Lining the drawers with a pretty paper is a great motivator for keeping things neat and only keeping those clothes that we love and wear.

We'd love to go with the fancy stuff but right now we're all about budget luxuries and with all the wrapping paper around, you better believe we're going to reuse it. And if you need help cleaning out the closet check out some of the guides we've put together here, here and here, plus 5 tips for organizing the closet together, a guide for couples.

Here are a couple of papers that we have lying around that we'll probably use:

We're not over the faux bois trend yet and this flat wrap paper from elum is thick and durable. We bought ours locally at Urbanic Paperie.

We love anything from Snow and Graham, but this flat paper is on sale for $2.75/sheet.

Ayomi Yoshida makes this simple wrap for Target and at about $3/roll it's definitely affordable.

Top Image from Design Sponge.

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