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I saw this done on walls several years ago on HGTV. I believe they wrinkled up the bags first, then unfolded and somewhat flattened them before applying to the walls. Then as I recall they lightly washed over the wall with a light/medium wood stain, let it dry, and then they applied the poly sealant. The combination of the wrinkled lines and stain created a really nice finish, looking very much like genuine leather. I was impressed.... .....jb
Cheapness - is relative. .......Looks like about $1.00 per square foot plus labor.