Here's an invention seemingly designed to put a lot of craftspeople out of business, but that will probably appeal to a subset of interior designers or penny-pinching clients. Bodaq Interior Film is a stretchable, self-adhesive "finishing material" that comes in 450 different patterns. It's essentially veneer that comes in a range of material looks, from fabric to wood, metal to marble.
"One of the most appealing features of the architectural film is its installation," the company writes. "There is no extensive preparation before the installation, no dust or dirt during installation, and also a reduced amount of waste."
If this stuff catches on, get ready for everything in the world to be made out of MDF.