Instead of throwing out the remains of your wallpaper leftovers, why not give some of these 7 crafty DIY ideas a go…
1. Upcycle a Lampshade
If your current lampshade is looking a bit drab, or if you want to spruce up an old lampshade, you could cut a piece of wallpaper to match its height and circumference and simply stick on with tape or glue.
Featured Wallpaper: Aztec Festival
2. Add Some Character to Your Stairs
You could go bold and revamp your hallway by lining up the risers of your stairs with your favourite pattern, be it geometric or flowery.
Featured Wallpaper: Delight
3. DIY Wall Art
Brighten up a dark room with Instant art. Simply stick the wallpaper to fit a blank canvas, or cut to fill a frame, and hang up on an empty wall.
Featured Wallpaper: Watercolour Flora
4. Use as Gift Wrapping
Stronger and sturdier than normal wrapping paper, why not use a pretty design or a favourite colour for that special someone’s birthday or even use a festive pattern for a Christmas gift. Beautiful and economical!
Featured Wallpaper: Tonal Circles
5. Line Your Drawers
Add a splash of colour to your plain storage spaces by lining the insides of drawers or cupboards. Just measure the inside of your drawers and cut a rectangle of the wallpaper to fit. Easy to do and only takes minutes!
Featured Wallpaper: Floral Birds
6. Line The Back of Your Shelves
Similar to lining drawers, another option is to line the back of shelves, cabinets or bookcases to make your things stand out!
Featured Wallpaper: Tropical Leaves
7. Cover up Your Boring Ceiling
Another good use for wallpaper is to cover up your ceiling. It can make any room seem bigger as it draws the eye up, and it’s also perfect for babies who are lying down most of the time.
Featured Wallpaper: Bear and Bee
However you use your wallpaper, we have 30% off EVERYTHING until the 15th of April 2018, so don't miss out!