10 Ways To Use A Chalkboard Wall

May 12, 2016 | DIY & Home Improvement | Decor
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Keep your place cool, hip, and modern with these chalkboard walls – perfect to serve as an accent piece for any part of your home.

Recipe / Grocery Checklist

Being able to scribble on our kitchen walls will ensure that we will never forget the items on our to-do list ever again! Let your creativity flow and doodle your favourite food picks all over your kitchen. 

Ideal for: Kitchen 


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sandandsisal.com,

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Quote of The Day 

Lighten up your dining area by putting up quotes or jokes to break the monotony of plain walls. It could also act as conversation starters or as a distraction when the meal starts to get awkward. 

Ideal for: Dining area 


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notar.se,

digsdigs.com


Customise Your Space 

Bring out the inner you by recreating the walls in your bedroom. Having a customised space will help to start and end your day right! 

Ideal for: Bedroom 


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thecozyspace.tumblr.com,

bebecomestilo.com


To-Do List 

It sure helps to have a to-do list on your study wall to remind you of any last minute or important task at hand. Make it a habit to write down a list of things to be completed at the end of the day!  

Ideal for: Study area 


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frenchbydesign.blogspot.com,

keltainentalorannalla.blogspot.com


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riorio.se,

webdesignledger.com


Kids' Corner 

We all hate the feeling of having to clean the walls that your kids have scribbled on. Replace these plain walls with a chalkboard wall to enable your children to indulge in their doodles all day long. 

Ideal for: Kids' room 


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godfatherstyle.com,

room-to-bloom.com


Leaving Notes 

The blank space on the back of your door could be utilise as a way of communicating with your family members - perhaps a note by your Mom who had to rush out of the house or your Dad who had to be at work early. 

Ideal for: Back of the door 


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lemonademakinmama.com,

latitudeadjustment1.blogspot.com


Random Illustrations 

Imagine a day spent relaxing in the lounge, playing a game of tick-tac-toe on your very own wall. This can help save the Earth while allowing you to have fun at the same time! 

Ideal for: The lounge room 


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reidarcade.tumblr.com,

gindesignroom.blogspot.com


Inventory List 

An inventory list written on your cabinets can help keep check of the items that are still available. No need for pieces of hand scribbled paper left all around your kitchen! 

Ideal for: Kitchen cabinets 


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offbeathome.com,

rainonatinroof.com


Sharing of Ideas 

Spice up the shared space at your home by including illustrations and quotes on the walls. Great for brainstorming or sharing of ideas amongst large group of people! 

Ideal for: Shared space 


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Menu 

Put up today's lunch and dinner menu on your fridge to keep your family informed of the meals they are having for the day. 

Ideal for: Fridge


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housebeautiful.com,

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