Repurposed Architectural Chalkboards

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How great are these old table legs...

repurposed architectural chalkboard www.homeroad.net

Not as cool as they are now...


This chalkboard has great legs!

repurposed architectural chalkboard www.homeroad.net

I built a shelf for the top then 
painted the piece Pure White with 
Annie Sloan Chalk paint.  

 I gave the whole piece a color wash with French Linen.  

repurposed architectural chalkboard www.homeroad.net

You can do a color wash with a dry brush and a spray bottle of water. Dry brush your top coat lightly then squirt it with 
water and wipe it off. Keep doing this and rubbing off the 
top coat until you've reached the look you like.

I love the Restoration look I got with this paint treatment...

repurposed architectural chalkboard www.homeroad.net

I added a piece of trim to the top and a ledge for chalk.

Two old cup hooks hold keys or in this case a 
porcelain house number.

The chalkboard stands on it's own or hangs on the wall 
using 2 D hooks attached to the back.

repurposed architectural chalkboard www.homeroad.net

And because I had 2 sets of legs, meet twin sister... 
Goldie...
she's got the gold glitzy sister.

I used Graphite with a gold accent of Gilding Wax.

repurposed architectural chalkboard www.homeroad.net

An upside down gold drawer pull holds the chalk.

repurposed architectural chalkboard www.homeroad.net

I think they'll look fantastic in someone's kitchen or entry way!



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8 comments

  1. Not your run of the mill chalkboards! They've got class! Love them.

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  2. Very neat!! They would look great anywhere. I like the hooks for keys etc. too.

    Blessings...
    ~Sherri

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  3. Super clever Susan! Your ideas amaze me.
    Adina

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  4. That's a definite golf medalist! I love the first one best as I am in my "light" mood/mode right now. Love the color and they are both ingenious!

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  5. You really out did yourself Susan. This is just marvelous! I feel like it belongs in a Pottery Barn or Ballard Designs catalog. =)

    Jeanine

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  6. The first one really does look like RH~they should be so lucky to have your designs! I have to say that I think they're the nicest chalkboards I've ever seen, not joking! I love them! I've made a few in my day, but none as nice as this.
    xo Kathleen

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  7. Awesome sauce! Really love how your chalkboards turned out Susan!

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