Thinking about DIY fridge panels... an idea is forming...
So, wanting to go a different route than just a wood fridge panels for my old Sub sxs and not wanting to spend an arm and leg AND wanting something... um... decorative without being another 'clown' in the kitchen... I've been thinking about decorative window film. Like you put over a bathroom window. No, not roses and trellises but something more in line with the rustic-ey outdoorsey thing that I'm working on.
Okay. So. I sent for samples and asked if said samples would adhere to painted surfaces and the answer is yes, any smooth, non-porous surface will work.
What if I painted some 1/4" panels that fit the doors in either a copper paint or the green of my stove and stuck one of these over top? Thinking the brown leaf over copper or white leaf over green as you see below. I don't have any copper anything so I stuck the brown on the stove next to the white. Slide the panels in and voila! Leafy, hopefully subtle DIY fridge panels!
They are washable and seem of a sturdy material. I've tried to tear them and cannot. And, if something happens, they aren't so dang expensive that they couldn't be replaced easily.