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BHG Innovation Kitchen

The modern-day kitchen is all about connecting: It's Internet-savvy, open to other rooms, and designed to bring the family together. The latest product and design innovations make it easy. We've handpicked the best ideas to bring you one amazing space. Check out the inspiring and useful ideas in the...
  • Stephanie Brandt

    Great idea!!!! A framed glass with painted back (prettier alternative to a dry erase board)

  • Eh Little Bit Of

    USE FOR OUR WINDOWS AND STORE FRONT WINDOWS Use glass as a unique message board, what a great idea! Get a large frame at Ikea and then a piece of trim or something similar to make the tray for the dry erase pens.

  • Chris Ridung

    DIY "white board" - Framed glass painted on the back.

  • Kim Huston

    Home school ideas for stay at home moms! No chalkboard needed. Just dry erase marker. - paint the back of glass and frame it like a window.

  • Summer Johal

    Office idea- Message board made from a frame. Paint the back the same colors as the "pop" colors in your kitchen, and use dry erase markers on the glass to write.

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This is awesome! Wish I had enough room in my kitchen to install one of these.

A handwritten message trumps iMessage or Snapchat. Case in point? The coolest message board ever. It's simply glass that's been painted on the back and framed. Messages penned in dry-erase markers show up clearly and erase easily.

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Use glass as a unique message board, what a great idea! Get a large frame at Ikea and then a piece of trim or something similar to make the tray for the dry erase pens.

Message board made from a frame. Paint the back the same colors as the "pop" colors in your kitchen, and use dry erase markers on the glass to write.

Use glass as a unique message board! Could take a thrift picture, remove the print and paint the back of the glass. Or frame a unique piece of fabric.

Message Center - paint the back of a piece of glass to make a colorful dry-erase board. Great for pictionary and other score keeping games!!

A Wall Message Center cabinet can be the perfect way to end a cabinet run, and keep up with everyone who's on the run at the same time!

This is a great idea for my box on the wall in my living room! Frame with letter in center.

paint a piece of wood (could paint a solid color, or paint a design/pattern like this one), sand and distress/age the corners, then attach a regular picture frame on top. These are about $150 in gift/home decor stores.