Laminate is more often used as countertops or work surfaces, but here it helps create an edgy look for this teen artist. To install, roll contact cement onto the surface of the OSB wall and the surface of the laminate. Allow the cement to set until it gets tacky. When it's tacky and dry to the touch, carefully line up the laminate and adhere it to the OSB.
Used correctly, contact cement is a super-strong adhesive – so it's important to line everything up carefully before letting the two surfaces touch. The adhesive will instantly, permanently bond with itself – there's no wiggling around for a better fit once the pieces touch.