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.
A well-running household needs an area where everyone knows things are kept, and this contemporary kitchen features a built-in cork bulletin board as a stylish alternative to the usual note-filled refrigerator door.
Storage Dilemma: Daily mail and magazines quickly pile up and clutter your kitchen. Solution: If you don't want to pin items on your refrigerator or have the wall space for a bulletin board, a base message center cabinet is a good alternative. It gives you an organized spot for the papers, while also providing a great way to end a cabinet run.
Encourage interaction among guests this holiday season by setting up board games on cake stands. As friends and family gather around the table, present them with a message made from game tiles and classic favorites to choose from.
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.
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.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson maintained function without sacrificing beauty in this modern dining room. A colorful blue message board doubles as a piece of art while the room's two radiators are disguised to blend in with the crisp white trim.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, the craft room was an oasis for mom and her children, so Joanna designed a space that would reflect that passion for creativity. Built-in cabinets provide plenty of storage so that organization is never an issue, while open shelving provides a place to show off colorful objects. The rustic desktop and metallic message board gives the space a splash of personality and ties the design in to the rest of the home, while the children have their own table, just the right size for them, to create their own art while their mom creates hers.