Sunday, May 22, 2011

Chalk Board Paint Project!

I know so many of you are on the chalk paint bandwagon that I want to try but I am a little slow.  So for now I am using the chalk board paint that everyone else is probably done with by now!

I had this mirror that I got at Target many years ago in the clearance section.  I don't even remember what it cost but knowing me it was less than $15!


It was in my son's rustic room before his makeover that I showed you HERE.  I decided to take the mirror out and make it a chalk board for my kitchen.


As you can see, I painted it heirloom white, sanded the edges, and painted the hardware an oil rubbed bronze.


I really like it here in the kitchen because whenever we are out of something, everyone writes it on the board so I know to buy it on my next trip to the store!


Below it you can see an in process desk transformation!  Maybe that will be my next post.


Again, here is BEFORE...


Here is the AFTER!


I am linking to Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday, Amaze Me Monday at Dittle Dattle and Savvy Southern Style's Wow Us Wednesday.  Make sure to stop by!

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Thank you for your wonderful comments!  I am trying to maybe get two posts in this week!
Have a wonderful week!
Bonnie

22 comments:

  1. Bonnie, it looks great. Thanks in advance for joining my party this week. Have a good one!

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  2. Very sweet, Bonnie! I love it white! Love the holders, too, maybe a good place to put mail and coupons to go with that food shopping list!

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  3. What a great transformation! Love it! But honey, I might be even more behind the times: what is chalk paint?! Coming over from Met Monday and your newest follower!

    Jeanine

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  4. That is a great piece to change into a chalkboard. I love the little holders on the bottom too, perfect for everything from memos to extra chalk! Looks good in white! Hey, your way ahead of me, I've yet to use the chalkboard paint as well. :)

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  5. This is perfect for its new place. Love how you changed it up!

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  6. I love this piece, it looks great with the white and chalkboard paint.
    I love the little pockets at the front, so handy for little things.

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  7. Bonnie- It is wonderful~ I think there are lots of us still using the chalkboard paint. It is perfect in your kitchen for a message board and to catch all those papers that we seem to accumulate!

    I was going to order some Chalk paint last week but ran out of time...so will do it tomorrow I hope! xxoo Diana

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  8. That came out so great! Your kitchen looks so nice, too.

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  9. Don't feel bad... I haven't even seen a can of chalk paint anywhere! I think it looks fantastic! I love the cubbies in it to store things. So clever!

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  10. It looks so much nicer. I love the little cubbies. It is great above your desk.

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  11. Looks wonderful! The holders are so handy!

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  12. Love it! I bet you will use it a ton - Jennifer

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  13. That's really cute, Bonnie! I love it in white, and the hardware really pops now.

    I haven't done anything with chalkboard paint yet. :)

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  14. Well that looks fabulous!!

    I have been painting everything with my chalkboard paint and even some with the homemade stuff:-)

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  15. Very nice transformation and it looks great with the desk!

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  16. Crap! I saw that exact same shelf at a yardsale Sat. and almost bought it!!!!!! Boo hoo, sniff, sniff. I love what you did with it Bonnie!
    xoxo,
    Kim

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  17. Crap! I saw that exact same shelf at a yardsale Sat. and almost bought it!!!!!! Boo hoo, sniff, sniff. I love what you did with it Bonnie!
    xoxo,
    Kim

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  18. I still love the chalk board paint Bonnie. Looks great!

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  19. It was nice before but I love the after!! Great job...I love to see people re-use things in different ways! Oh, and as for the chalk paint...it is wonderful for large things that you would otherwise have to sand down or prime. For smaller things that wouldn't take that long, or for things you could paint right over, it probably wouldn't be worth the expense. Just my opinion! But I do love it!!

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  20. Bonnie,
    Your shelf transformation turned out great! It looks so much better! Also love your kitchen cabinets and the paint color on the walls, it all looks fabulous!
    Rebecca

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  21. Hi Bonnie! I love your piece painted white and you found the perfect place for it!
    Thanks for popping in to see me. I pray all of this blogging stuff will finally straighten out!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  22. Cool piece! This would be a good spot for some daily affirmations, maybe put the kids's backpacks there too. love it! http://www.owtraditions.com

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I know how busy you are and appreciate that you are taking the time to leave me a comment! God Bless! Bonnie

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