The inside of this bathroom door is finished with chalkboard paint, creating a rustic message board in this small bathroom. A freestanding tub, pedestal sink and oval mirror complete the cozy cottage feel of the space.
Wine charms can be a great way to label party guests' glasses — if you could just find them! Sabrina Soto has a better way: Paint the base of wineglasses with chalkboard paint, then set out chalk so each partygoer can monogram their stemware.
As a result of flood damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's Cousins On Call, rebuilt the Miller family's kitchen. When Megan's family told the cousins that she likes to leave notes for her husband on the refrigerator, they decided to give them a refrigerator with chalkboard paint.
By cutting the center of the cabinet door fronts out with a jigsaw, painting the back panel fire engine red, then inserting chicken wire as decorative detail, the designer added both extra storage space and a high-energy focal point in this bathroom. Chalkboard-painted walls provide a perfect way to leave notes for guests.
Storage crates decorated with chalkboard paint and labeled with each family member's name make storage and organization a no-brainer. The built-in white shelving housing the crates keeps the space looking clean and fresh.
This rustic bathroom features a blend of reclaimed wood and cherry red accents. A chalkboard paint backsplash above the small red bathtub allows for endless doodles, while the red light fixture is slightly nautical in design.
What was an empty wall in a modern kitchen now sports a chalkboard paint border for recipes, grocery lists and notes. The clever update adds visual appeal to the glossy wall while being a huge help to the cook.
This sleek kitchen features a sculptural stainless steel range hood over the gas range, double ovens, a glossy neutral tile backsplash and one cabinet that has been painted with chalkboard paint to serve as a message board.
A wall covered in chalkboard paint creates a place for the family to jot notes or doodle in this contemporary family-friendly kitchen. Gray quartz countertops, concrete floors and bar stools add to the industrial feel of the space, while white cabinets and pendant light fixtures add pops of color and texture.
What kid wouldn't love his or her own teepee! Striking and bright colors create a lively environment for this fort-among-forts. Benches double as tables and pillows also work as seats. Kids have easy access to books on a nearby shelf, keeping them organized and not underfoot. A door covered with erasable chalkboard paint provides space for drawing over and over again.