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The Writing On The Wall: IdeaPaint to the Rescue

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When I found out I was having a baby one of the first design decisions I made was that I wanted chalkboard paint somewhere in the baby’s room. While that hasn’t happened yet – we decided to wait until she can actually use it – I did end up painting a wall in my foyer black. We opted for chalkboard paint because it’s a high traffic area and I figured it would be easy to clean. So far, so good – I love it!

If you’re more of a dry erase board person, it’s your lucky day. IdeaPaint lets you turn “anything you can paint into a high-performance dry-erase surface.” Awesome! The uses are pretty endless…home office, work office, kids room, garage – anywhere you want to jot stuff down. I love the idea of painting a kid’s table top as well.

IdeaPaint is has Greenguard Certification. It doesn’t contain any formaldehyde, ships in minimal packaging and does away with all the post-it notes and whiteboards.

Source: California Home + Design

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2 Responses to “The Writing On The Wall: IdeaPaint to the Rescue”

  1. May says:

    This is a really nice alternative to chalkboard paint!

  2. sharda says:

    The chalk board note looks like a lot of fun; I think kids will enjoy doing their tasks if their tasks are written in this way. I personally would love to paint all the tasks I had to complete for the day in the way it’s done in this paint-beautified office.;)


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