So when we moved I did the whole shelf liner debated. I wanted to protect my cabinets but I just hate shelf liner. I have never had a good experience with it. I’ve used the stick on kind and one of these things happen…
-I cut it croaked.
-I get a bubble in it
-It lifts in one spot, gets some flour on the sticky side and won’t lay down
-It a color and I paint the cabinets and it no longer matches.
-It’s expensive so I am out of money before I am done
This time around with the kitchen I had a new plan. I was going to use remnant linoleum instead. I got the idea because one of the cabinets we bought had some in it.
In the end it’s cheaper than shelf liner. It’s more durable and for me, easier to work with.
I start out with the linoleum and measuring tools. After I measure the shelf I want, I measure and cut the linoleum to that size.
I lay it on the shelf and I’m done.
Doesn’t it look nice?
It’s so simple and easy…It’s especially easy to clean and what’s not to love about easy to clean?
I had all the cabinet done except for one…but now that one is done too! I love completing tasks. Every time I open one of the cupboards and take something out I can’t help but smile. It looks so good.