Elegant and fashionable, bulletin boards have been a traditional fancy for displaying to-do-lists, sensational news snippets, or important paper documents since a long time. What was once an essential at office and study centers, has now become an aesthetic wall accessory in every home. Whether you are decorating your baby’s room or thinking about a wedding gift, these funky ideas of making a magnetic bulletin board have to be added to your kitty.
Given a magnetic primer finish to an old picture frame, the board can be placed next to your study or work desk to attach anything important right away.
You can pin timetable notes, shopping lists, or even a cutesy love note to the board with magnets. The carved rope molding used is a fresh change from standard etched frames.
The beautiful moments captured have now a perfect display space reminding you of the special memories with family and friends.
The blending of the robust bulletin board with the background creates an organizational wall accent, showing anything and everything you often tend to forget.
A vivacious piece of floral scrap paper overlapping the soothing blue paper at one side makes the bulletin board chic and stylish for the room.
When you see the final finish of the project in the tutorial, you would not be able to wait to begin the project and style the bare walls.
Not just for the doctor appointment notes or grocery lists, a bulletin board is a right place to stash your best photos.
No frame or primer, all you need is a metal sheet and a handful of magnets to whip up a picture display board.
Amid the high-end technology applications, a bulletin board might sound old-fashioned but once it up on the wall you’ll not stop bragging about it to everyone.
The glossy ribbon attached to the borders perks up the plain Jane look of the board.
Do you want to add some rustic vibes to the room? Try out this creative way of using appliqués to deck the board, creating a stunning backdrop.
Some beautiful quotes or a piece of poetry flaunted on the board increases its charm giving you some inspiration just before you leave your home for work.
Who said bulletin boards are for study rooms or living spaces? Having it hung on your kitchen wall only means that any missed grocery item or a pick up from school catches your eyes first.
Bulletin boards have come a long way, moving into your homes for keeping track of important events, children’s activities, or an impromptu meeting. Since push pins and corkboards are now a passé, a magnetic pinboard has turned out to be more functional, pinning all your needs at one spot.
Published on April 12th 2016 by Michelle Anderson