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We have always been big fans of Duck Tape, but did you know the makers of this miracle product, Duck® Brand, also have a great line up of shelf liner? We got to try out two different kinds to help give new life to some not so pretty spaces this Spring!
The Non-Adhesive Easy-Liner® is great for covering the bottom of drawers!
See our plain old boring utensil drawer before:
And once I added the utensils:
And (who are we kidding, I’m a kitchen tool hoarder!) once I added the rest of the utensils:
BTW, this is only one of 5 drawers we have to store my cooking/baking utensils, yes, insanity I know…but it’s so hard to quit!
This shelf liner is gorgeous and the raised pattern helps to keep everything in place. For example, now when I open the silverware drawer, my bamboo flatware holder doesn’t go flying to the back of the drawer :) Best of all, it's easy to clean and a super affordable way to spruce up your space!
I’m still looking for inspiration for the Peel & Stick Easy Liner® adhesive laminate. I love the barn wood design, I’m just not sure where I want to put it just yet. Luckily, Duck Brands has tons of inspiration on their website! Click here to find out 101 Uses for Shelf Liner!
This liner is awesome because it has a pre-printed backing so decorating is a breeze - just measure, cut and apply. It's also allows for easy clean up and with so many designs to choose from you are certain to find something you like!
If you are looking to freshen up your drawers and shelves this Spring, Duck Brand has got the products you need to make the project easy, fun and affordable!
You can find Duck Brand products at mass merchandisers nationwide!
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