When we first moved in, we sanded the doors and painted them black to update them and bring them into this century. Please don't yell at me for painting WOOD or I will scream and pull my hair out.
So, I had a vision in mind..... but no plan.
That decision made, I figured the approximate length of paper I'd need, by rolling it out on the floor in front of the shelves (very exact measuring method). I then cut a one-inch strip of the width of the wallpaper and used that as another scientific measuring tape to measure the height of the shelves. I used that to mark the wallpaper and cut the full length to the correct width (it was pretty easy because of the stripes).
Then, the hot glue gun came out and in ten minutes it was all up.
Now the fun begins; styling the Butler's Pantry
BIG problem. I mean, what's the point?
Then, if I ever change my decorating mind......
A Butler's Pantry was originally created for the "help" as a service area between dining room and kitchen. Sadly, I have no butler and no maid, but now this area serves ME well.