A small niche is transformed into a cool kid's work area with the addition of a simple built-in shelf. Cork board painted bright yellow brightens the space and provides a spot to stick artwork and reminders.
Make your dorm room into a home away from home by incorporating items from where you grew up. Here we used spray adhesive to attach a meaningful map to a piece of corkboard. Then, pin photos of favorite memories to the place where they happened.
The office nook includes a desk with concrete tabletop, free-hanging shelves and corkboard covered in black wallpaper with white script design.Color coordinated books keep with the muted color scheme and create the perfect desk decoration.
A vintage automotive tool chest doubles as a small dresser and the closet doors are covered in corkboard for displaying posters and artwork. A stylized map of the US and vintage license plates as wall decor create a roadtrip theme.
Need a study break? Close your eyes and rev your creativity in a loft above your home office. With alternating corkboards and pegboards, this design maximizes the desk's function while showing off your best art supplies.
A great way to display his books, baseball collection, carnivorous plants and trophies, a built-in shelf is just the thing to keep a young baseball fan organized in a boy's custom baseball-themed bedroom. Plus, the attached black desk is perfect for doing homework or keeping track of sports stats.
Save money on dorm room decorating by bringing items from home and restyling them in a fresh, new way. Vivid colors create a bright and bold display perfect for showcasing personal style. The hexagonal corkboard wall doubles as wall-mounted storage for favorite necklaces and bracelets.
This bright teen girl's room features a space-saving loft bed from Rosenberry Rooms with a large workspace and corkboard below. The loft is dressed up with colorful bedding and adorned with fun, mini-lantern lights. The white chandelier with flower crystals gives the room a soft and feminine feel.
Paint an old picture frame to add a colorful outline to a ho-hum cork board. Or, consider removing the corkboard and attaching chicken wire to the back of the frame and clipping memos or favorite photos to it, like Ashley Campbell. This simple project requires paint, chicken wire, a staple gun and a bit of creativity.
Deep pumpkin-hued walls invoke creativity in this project room with plenty of counter space, plus cubbies for sewing or scrapbooking. Two nooks (with built-in desks) and a large project table provide room for everyone in the family to have their own personal workspace. An enormous corkboard over one of the desks offers a place to pin up ideas, works in progress, or favorite family photos.
Adding a few playful stripes into the mix is as easy as peeling off some painter’s tape. Whether it’s a lamp, desk organizer or corkboard, stripes instantly punch up any décor. Tape off the stripes making sure to keep the exposed areas evenly spaced (or not, it’s up to you!), then paint away. Remove the painter’s tape while the spray paint is still a bit tacky to get a crisp, clean line.