Let's start with the before.
With my information in hand, I made a trip to the discount fabric store, where I purchased sticky Velcro tape (not sponsored- it's just what I bought) and a yard of sheer brown fabric. I could've chosen a bright pattern or a contrasting beige, but I was going for a very elegant monochromatic scheme, so I chose this...for $3.99 a yard.
When the door is closed, it should look as if the fabric is hanging on a rod and just casually gathered. I check the front of the glass often during this process, so I am sure to get the look I desire.
When I am satisfied with my look, I trim the excess fabric away, give a little extra pat to make sure everything is solidly in place and shut the mess away!
What I really love about this DIY is that it is so adaptable.
Let's say that come Christmas I want to add a whimsical holiday fabric, no problem, the Velcro stays, just gently pull the fabric away and add new. The fabric on my kitchen cabinets has been changed many times over the last decade and I have never needed to replace the tape.
How about if I decide to display my priceless collection of...I don't know, whatever you collect, I don't really have "priceless" anythings...well, that's fine, too! Just remove the Velcro and your glass cabinet doors are restored.
We may be the family who plays together and while I love having an abundance of fun to choose from, I really don't want to see it.
Thanks so much for popping by, hope it was helpful and if you have any questions, you can always reach me in the comments.
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