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Living room cabinet covered with the d-c-fix® Woven Cane and Uni Semi-gloss sand adhesive films.

Inspired by nature: style update for your living room cabinet

Project from Angelina -

April showers bring May flowers, as the saying goes. But you’re already raring to go with some interior updates in April? Then we have the perfect DIY for you: a cabinet makeover in hip Japandi style. What does it involve? A combination of Scandinavian chic and Japanese minimalism, characterized by natural materials and light colors. And what do you need for this makeover? A cabinet, dresser or similar that you want to give a new look, using the d-c-fix® “Uni semi-gloss sand” and “Woven Cane” adhesive films. Sounds good? Then watch the tutorial here!

You will need…

  • d-c-fix® Uni Semi-gloss sand adhesive film
  • d-c-fix® Woven Cane adhesive film
  • d-c-fix® application kit with smoothing blade and utility knife

  • Pencil
  • Folding ruler
  • Ruler

Let’s go!

Step-by-step guide for your DIY


You have everything you need? Then get started!

Step 1

Measure out the area using a folding ruler with the aid of the grid on the backing paper of the d-c-fix® “Uni semi-gloss sand” adhesive film + allow some excess. Taking accurate measurements is not always necessary, especially on large pieces of furniture.

Step 2

Transfer the measurements to the backing paper of “Uni semi-gloss sand” and cut the pieces to size.

Step 3

Apply the Uni semi-gloss sand onto the cabinet with the smoothing blade. Prevent air bubbles by only removing a small part of the backing paper at a time and working forward with the film, centimeter by centimeter.

Step 4

Also cover the edge of the recess with “Uni semi-gloss sand,” but leave out the area at the center of the cabinet door. To do this, use scissors to cut the corners diagonally, then apply the film around the edge. Remove any excess film using a utility knife.

Step 5

Take exact measurements of the area of the recess and transfer to the backing paper of the “Woven Cane” adhesive film. Then cut to size and smooth down the film bit by bit.

You’re done!

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