I’ve definitely stared at the boring grey interior of the Lizmobile and thought it could use something to make it pretty, but I had no idea how to make the magic happen. Cue Becca’s genius: with a little adhesive and some knockout fabric, your custom car interior is within easy reach!
There are definitely a few points where a second human helper comes in more than handy, but you’re gonna love the straightforward step-by-step DIY she shares over on A Stepping Stone. The hardest part is going to be deciding on the fabric!
So, Homies, head over to Becca’s Pimp Your Ride DIY at A Stepping Stone for the details, then come on back and share your sweet ride with us in the Offbeat Home & Life Flickr pool!
Comments on Customize your car doors with a little glue and fabulous fabrics
The links to Becca’s tutorial are broken 🙁
The links in the text are broken, the link under the photo works.
Not sure what’s going on. I just checked all of them and they were working for me. Try again?
This is a great idea! I will so be doing this to my poor ugly car!
This is really cute, but I wonder how it would affect the resale? Some people like really boring cars…and that might make the car harder to sell. My boyfriend is really into modding his car, but he keeps all the original parts so that he can restore them before he resells the car. Just something to keep in mind.
FYI- this IS really bad for resale! Most dealers won’t buy back a car that has been updated like this. If you don’t plan to sell, then go for it, but, if you plan to sell your car, especially to a dealer, I would not suggest doing this!
Thanks for sharing my tutorial!
Also, interesting thoughts on the resale issue. That never crossed my mind, although I’m sure my dad thought about it. I love my car & plan to keep it for as long as it runs, so no worries there for me at least.