An old cabinet door is transformed into a beautiful memo board. How to make it: Mount a small shelf to a vintage cabinet door. Apply your favorite finish. Cover the inset panel in chalkboard paint with a magnetic additive. Hang in the kitchen, home office, or mudroom. Chalkboards Painting, Chalkboard Paint, Repurposing Kitchen, Cabinet Doors, Old Doors, Kitchens Cabinets, Home Offices, Kitchen Cabinets, Cabinets Doors
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Retro Pantries. We often think of pantries as one sizeable space in the kitchen with one or two big doors. This pantry harkens back to butler pantires in turn of the century homes where wall to ceiling cupboards provided space not available in the small kitchens.
A fabulous idea! This would be ideal in the mudroom or entranceway; the last place my kids look or the first depending on if they are leaving or coming home. Great for notes and chore lists...however due to a dust allergy I may have to switch out the chalkboard for a white erase board and a dark frame. But LOVE IT!
"It's a Stickup: A bank of 7-inch-deep cabinets allowed for creative storage ideas such as this magnetic memo board. A piece of galvanized metal was cut to fit then screwed to secure it to the cabinet back. For a pretty finish, it was covered with wallpaper."