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Turn your fridge into a to-do list with chalkboard paint.
This eco-friendly fridge sticker is the original wall-art decal designed by Antoine Tesquier Tedeschi for Hu2 Design.
Block off an afternoon to wallpaper your fridge in a vintage-inspired print.
This obelisk of Luxor Paris decal looks great on a old-school refrigerator.
This Save the Penguin decal makes for a clever "icebreaker."
Achieve this restaurant-chic look by painting your stainless-steel fridge with chalkboard paint.
Kudu Magnets are made to the dimensions of your fridge and come in many different themes.
Wall stickers are an easy way to add some spice to a boring appliance.
It may be time-consuming, but refrigerator wallpaper can look very professional.
If you think the only solution for a tired refrigerator is buying a new one, maybe it's time to get creative. Here are four ways to give whatever you've got a face-lift (no installation required):
1. You use wall stickers on your, well, walls, so why not fridge stickers in your kitchen? Hu2's version ($44) is our favorite, but we also love the more playful offerings from StickerForever ($10 to $77). This Save the Penguin decal ($15) speaks for itself.
2. A similar (though more easily changeable) option are Kudu Magnets ($80), which are made to the dimensions of your fridge and easily snap into and out of place. We particularly like the flaking wood, see u and first street designs.
4. Wallpaper is definitely the most time-consuming option, but when done right, it looks incredible. Walnut's vintage-inspired prints ($200 a roll) would all work well, but really any pattern you like is enough to give instant pop.
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