Feb 11, 2008

Good Bathroom Reading!


Oh, I wonder how long we can keep this chalkboard theme running? Well, the Queen of Theme, Becky, wrote me with this contribution.

What a riot, I just love her bathroom walls painted in chalkboard paint. Look at the very fun sconce (or soap dish?) on the wall to hold the chalk. And it looks like a letter or magazine organizer holds the erasers. VERY clever!

I just may do this in my bathroom. What great "bathroom reading" material. LOL

Ok, let's keep this going, if we can.

I challenge you to find, on the web, the best examples of DIY projects using chalkboard paint. Or maybe you have an example from your home you'd like to share. Either way, email me with your examples. Then we might vote for the best ones!

Write me at dana@danasdesignstudio.com or post a comment with a link.

Thanks Becky!

5 comments:

Meg said...

Hi Dana - thank you for your nice comments on my blog. I certainly do not mind if you want to post a picture of my rooms, it would be an honor!

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Hi, Dana! I sent people over here today, but I don't see anyone participate in your chalkboard project. Maybe someone will!

Rhoda

becky said...

Hi there, Dana! I certainly do not mind that you featured my walls on your blog...I am very honored. Thanks for the link...I'm pretty new to blogging and don't even know how to do a link. Oh well...maybe one day?

Michelle said...

I SO want to do a chalkboard project! But I know a lady that painted her pantry door w/ chalkboard paint and it was the coolest! Love, love, love it!!

Thanks for the other inspirations!

Michelle
www.txstitcher.com

Niesz Vintage Home said...

Hi Dana,
I was introduced to your blog by Rhoda. I love all of the chalk board ideas!
I used charkboard paint to repurpose a beautiful old frame. I have it hanging in my dining room.

Here's a link to the project on my blog.
http://nieszvintagefabric.blogspot.com/2007/04/easy-weekend-project-framed-chalkboard.html

If you would le to use any of the photos from the post on your blog, feel free.

I'm going to go check out some of your older posts to see what I've missed. :)
Kimberly