This Insane Kitchen Renovation Was Done With $9 Contact Paper from Amazon

My jaw is on the floor.

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Tersey Regan

Whether you're living in a rental or don't want to splurge on a renovation project, you can still create the house of board dreams — as proven by Tersey Regan, who turned a dark kitchen in her Hoboken, New Jersey apartment into the kind of bright, airy spot 's top pins are made of.

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Tersey Regan

Unhappy with the green and brown mosaic tile backsplash in her rental, Tersey set out for a temporary solution that could transform the space. As explained on her , Tersey found white stick-on decals that look like subway tile. After testing a few sheets out and realizing it was easy and looked great, she completed the project.

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Tersey Regan

Next up: The black countertops. With faux marble paper she found on — that cost only $9 for a 6.5-foot roll — Tersey decided this would be her next move. While it looks incredible, don't be mistaken. Tersey admits she had to redo it a few times to remove the air bubbles and make the counter edges seamless. In the end, it was worth it.

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Tersey Regan
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So, yes, I did just order all of the materials necessary to copy this in my own rental kitchen. I highly recommend you do the same:

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