Create a conversation starter for kids and adults with clever repurposed projects. Here, a basic cookie sheet is used as a magnet board to help little ones practice spelling. For a more sophisticated spin on plastic magnet letters, try spray painting them with matte gold plastic spray paint.
Transform an old frame into an Advent calendar or a holiday message board. You will need the following materials: window or frame, painter's tape, newspaper or other paper, spray paint, vinyl letters and optional: ribbon, paper flowers or miniature pearls.
From the pretty pottery on top all the way down to the record collection, this bookcase looks colorful and carefully curated. Our favorite part? The letter board, flamingo and palm trees, which bring a small taste of Palm Springs to this home in New Jersey.
For kids who like playing with letters and numbers on the fridge, why not take the fun on the road? Buy a mini magnetic board, pack some letters and numbers in a plastic baggie and, voila, you have some educational (and non-digital!) entertainment for the car. You can also use the board as a play surface for magnetic toys like Magna-Tiles.
Wood boards stripe the navy accent wall in this boy's bedroom, creating depth and texture behind the gray upholstered headboard. Layers of decorative pillows cushion and decorate the bed, which boasts a blue blanket with a cargo pocket. Contemporary green table lamps and a monogram letter add pops of color.