Panyl Giveaway

I’m teaming up with Panyl to offer a $100 gift certificate for their store to a lucky winner!

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What is Panyl?  Panyl is a company that launched last year to put the creative possibilities of custom furniture finishes in the DIYer’s hands.

If you are familiar with IKEA hacks, like Overlays, this product fits right in to that category.  It’s an inexpensive way to make simple furniture look more stylish.  Below are examples of how it transformed simple IKEA expedit shelves.

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It’s a bit like contact paper, but it is specifically designed to be used on the exterior surfaces of furniture.

PANYL has a built-in, semi-permanent adhesive.  After peeling off the paper backing, the adhesive is activated when you press the PANYL down into the surface you are covering.  It will stay on as long as you leave it, and won’t spontaneously peel off.  However, depending on the surface, you can still remove it later without any leaving residue or causing damage.  For this to work, the original surface must be a smooth, flat, hard and impermeable surface such as MDF, glass, or acrylic.  If you apply PANYL to a painted or thinly lacquered surface, the finish may peel off if you try to remove the PANYL.

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They have the pre-cut PANYLs for Expedit, Framsta, Besta and Ekby, but they also offer PANYL-by-the-foot for the harder-core DIYers who want to do their own cutting and more advanced designs like this chevron pattern or stripes.

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To Enter to win the $100 gift certificate:

Visit their site and simply leave a comment on this post telling me what you’d use the panyl’s for if you won.

For additional entries (one extra entry for each of the following):
1. ‘Like’ me on Facebook and leave a comment here on the blog letting me know you did.
2.  ‘Like’ Panyl on Facebook and leave a comment here on the blog letting me know you did.
3. Tweet about this giveaway and leave a comment here on my blog telling me you did.
4. Blog about this giveaway and leave a comment here on my blog telling me you did.
5. Pin one of their items on Pinterest and leave a comment here with a link to your pin.
6. Mention this giveaway on your Facebook status and leave a comment here on my blog telling me you did.

The deadline to enter is 5pm on July 25th. The winner will be chosen via random.org and announced on July 26th.

kristysig

25 Comments :

  1. I’d use it on EKBY/JARPEN shelves. I love PANYL!

  2. I Like Hyphen Interiors on Facebook.

  3. I’ve got book shelves that could use a fun touch like this! Thanks for hosting!

  4. Ooo, that would look great on some of my drawers and cabinets in my craft supply space.

  5. I would put lemon drop on some expedit doors in my craft room

  6. I liked hyphen interiors on facebook

  7. Liked panyl on fb

  8. I would use them on my bookshelves :)
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

  9. like hyphen interiors on facebook: Rae Pavey

  10. like panyl on facebook: Rae Pavey

  11. I would love to use them on some bookcases I have!

  12. I would use them to redo some homeschool furniture!

  13. Mellon Ferrara

    Thank you for finding these cool products!! Like ing Panyl

  14. Oh gosh! this site has exactly what I need to transform my expedit (which we use for toy storage and a media center). I need a few single and double drawers in pewter and lemon drop! soooo perfect!

  15. Liz Riley-Thorne

    Liked on FB! Tweeted it! Put a comment on my FB!

    Sweet!

  16. Jess Klintworth

    I have liked both you and PANYL on facebook – my name there is Jess Klintworth. I’ve also repinned their Woodblock patterned EXPEDIT shelf inserts on pinterest here: http://pinterest.com/pin/134826582565174279/

    This would really add some interest to the shelf in my living room! Our furniture is all that IKEA modern style and it is all black. The woodblock would fit in and still be interesting. :)

  17. Would love to give bookcase a new look.

  18. Love you on Facebook. Can’t wait for your daily posts. Want to find a piece of furniture just to paint it. Than,s.

  19. Liked panel on Facebook too.