How to Step Up Your Stair Risers With Wallpaper

Add pattern and color to a staircase with wallpaper, acrylic sheeting and decorative hardware.

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Mark and Drill Holes for Hardware

Place cut panel of acrylic sheeting on flat, level surface. Using L-square and pencil, create a mark 1" in from each of its four edges. Referring to this mark, use 1/4" drill bit and drill to add four holes through each cut panel of acrylic sheeting. Next, remove protective film from acrylic.

Attach Acrylic Panels to Risers

Place each individual acrylic panel up against the riser, ensuring a snug fit. Next, attach in place using decorative screws and washers.

Step Aside, Boring Stairs!

The bold pattern and glossy, protective acrylic sheeting will perk up any living room's style.

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