Beautiful Vintage Shutter Shelf Chalkboard

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These shutter shelves are so fun to make...

Beautiful Vintage Shutter Shelf Chalkboard

I begin with a vintage shutter. 

For this one I added a pre-made chalkboard with a galvanized steel frame. 

A couple of screws and you're done.

Beautiful Vintage Shutter Shelf Chalkboard

A cup pull screwed to the frame is perfect for a chalk holder.

I added a shelf to the bottom and 2 flower knobs to the bottom to hang keys or hats.

Beautiful Vintage Shutter Shelf Chalkboard

Clothespins are added to the slats on the shutter to hold photos and notes.

Beautiful Vintage Shutter Shelf Chalkboard

The shutter shelf is painted in a beautiful vintage yellow with Fusion Mineral Paint in Butter Cream

I used one coat of paint then distressed the edges and the slats. 

2 D Rings on the back hang the shutter in the mud room, entry way or kitchen.

Beautiful Vintage Shutter Shelf Chalkboard

Stop by and see a few other shutter shelves I made using vintage shutters...



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  1. I haven't posted it yet but my project for today is very similar. A shutter shelf. Love yours!

    1. I saw it Carlene! It is actually very similar to another I did... I like the way you cut your shutter in half :)


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