Step 1: Measure a cubbyhole, then cut a piece of shelf paper the length of two sides and the bottom. Position the paper (backing still in place) in the cubby. Use a ruler to make sharp creases where the bottom meets the sides; you'll wind up with a square-bottom "U".
Step 2: With the paper still in position, peel a few inches of backing from one end of the paper and press the sticky side to the upper corner of the cubby. Slowly peel off the backing while you press the paper; work down one side, across the bottom, then up the other side.
Step 3: Measure the top of the cubby, and cut the paper to fit then press it in place making sure to line up any patterns. Trim away any excess paper.
Leave off the backing and use the shelf to display items from both sides. Add casters to make a movable room divider.
Add plywood backing board and 2-in. lockable casters for a mobile display unit.
Cover the back of the bookshelf with fabric or paper before securing it to the frame. Then, add aluminum legs.
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