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Old 07-11-2013, 01:13 PM
 
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Default Best Store for Shelf Liner (Contact Paper) Selection?

What is the best place for selection of shelf liner (contact paper) in the area? Walmart and Target's selections are so limited and I am looking for a nice pattern to cover an old dresser. Are there any small hardware or wallpaper stores around that have a really large selection? Thanks!
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Old 07-11-2013, 01:22 PM
 
Location: Chapel Hill, NC (formerly Vienna, VA)
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Hah! Funny you should ask that question. I was looking for contact paper a few months ago to wallpaper a dollhouse we were putting together for my daughters. There really was very little out there! Rose's had about four patterns, but one was that fake wood and one was fruit. I saw two cool patterns in Marshalls by their home goods section, but I think it's hit or miss whether they will have them there or not. Lowe's had about 3 or 4 patterns. Can't remember if Home Depot did or not. I was actually at Big Lots last week when we were in New Jersey and had to laugh because they had a fairly large selection, but it was too late for me. I also don't know how pretty the patterns were, though. One was that fake wood also.

I ended up using walllpaper - found some on clearence at Lowe's, although admittedly I was a bit more flexible on the pattern since it was just for a dollhouse.

The other option is to look online. There were a bunch on eBay, but for me, the rolls were too big and more than I wanted to spend.
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Old 07-11-2013, 01:26 PM
 
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I've never found a particularly good selection locally. If you're feeling up for it you can always make your own: Amber Lane Living: Pantry Redo, with Mod Podged Fabric Contact Paper
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