Chalkboards are a thing of the past in modern classrooms. But you would find it hard to resist their appeal in home décor. They allow you to repurpose picture frames, old wooden frames, mirrors, window frames, etc. You can choose any one of the tutorials below. Few of them require a bit of woodworking skills.
This cool piece of woodwork is a chalkboard cum coat hanger. If you want to keep it less cluttered, give the hooks fixed to the bottom frame a miss.
This project gives you an opportunity to recycle an old wooden frame. It results in a small, cheap DIY chalkboard that can be used as a sidewalk sign.
This oversized magnetic chalkboard frame would look beautiful on the wall of your dining room. You can write a verse of the week on it.
This giant chalkboard would look cool in your backyard. Children would have a fun time drawing and scribbling on the DIY chalkboard.
The first day of school is special for a kid, isn’t it? Make it memorable by designing a reusable chalkboard. You can follow the same instructions for making a 1-year baby milestone or 1st birthday chalkboard.
The vintage looks of this kitchen chalkboard would win you over with its looks. It is made from a wood frame. Your guests would love your décor idea that can serve as a menu board.
A big Christmas countdown chalkboard could act as a lovely Merry Christmas sign as well. It is jazzed up with accents. For a fall chalkboard, swap them with pumpkin decorations and write a festive autumn wish on the board.
This hanging chalkboard is made from an old mirror. Click on the link above to know how. The large frame looks elegant on your wall.
A DIY chalkboard sandwich board being double-sided allows you to utilize the writing space better. It can be used as a teaching aid for children. The rustic looks make it a perfect farmhouse chalkboard.
DIY chalkboards can be used to display menus, teach kids and act as back to school, birthday and wedding signs. You can also use them to wish merry Christmas or welcome fall with these boards. The ideas of what you can do with them are simply endless.
Published on July 25th 2020 by Peyton Derrida