Architectural Chalkboard Created From Broken Furniture

5:30:00 AM

Do you recognize this piece?

Architectural Chalkboard Created From Broken Furniture www.homeroad.net
I may have to tell you but you can find out all about it {here}

Maybe this will help... Did you peek yet? 

Architectural Chalkboard Created From Broken Furniture www.homeroad.net

Add a shelf to the top and a piece of trim to the bottom...

Did I mention I love my new nail gun?... No compressor required!

Architectural Chalkboard Created From Broken Furniture www.homeroad.net

And a coat of Paris Grey Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®

Add to that a wash of Pure White then paint the center with chalkboard paint. 

Then add a hook and a Scrabble ledge to hold the chalk.

Architectural Chalkboard Created From Broken Furniture www.homeroad.net

And you have the second (though slightly different)  
architectural chalkboard created from those mystery pieces.

Architectural Chalkboard Created From Broken Furniture www.homeroad.net

This was a fun transformation using pieces that were headed for the trash!

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8 comments

  1. Love, love, love it!!! Great transformation and imagination.

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    1. Thank you so much Down Sprigg Lane for visiting :)

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  2. Very cool piece Susan, love the lines... great upcycle!

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    1. Thank you Brenda. Have a great weekend!

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  3. I love this! Of course I love everything you share. Hugs,

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    1. You are so kind Sandi thanks so much! :)

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    1. Hi Jill... I got the Ryobi Air Strike 18 volt nail gun with no compressor.

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