Chalkboard Accent Pieces

By on March 13, 2017

Add a chalkboard or chalkboard wall for some character to your design

It’s not often that an old classroom staple becomes a chic home accent piece, but that is exactly what happened with the chalkboard. Chalkboard signs are used in photos, weddings and home décor, as well as other fun pieces that let you creatively write anything you want to customize your home. Hit up the nearest craft stores in the Corridor to get a few of these chalkboard decorations today.

White and Black Hanging Chalkboard, Hobby Lobby – $11.99 

Start with the classic hanging chalkboard. This one has a rustic white border with a burlap ribbon to hang onto your wall, which will make it fit in with any home style. Hang up on your kitchen or laundry room, or use it to write notes, a grocery list, a schedule, a menu and more. The possibilities are endless!

Large Clamp Canister with Chalkboard, Crate & Barrel – $29.95 

Your kitchen will be perfectly organized with a few of these large canisters from Crate & Barrel. This all white stoneware canister is perfect for holding flour, sugar, coffee and other kitchen essentials, with a clamp closure to keep food fresh, and a scoop spoon on the side. It also features a chalkboard strip across the front so you can easily label the inside. Something that’s stylish and functional? What more could you want in your kitchen!

5” Chalkboard Clay Pot by Ashland, Michael’s – $7.49 

Spring is the time for planting flowers and herbs, and this black clay pot is entirely covered in a chalkboard surface. This is a great way to draw beautiful doodles all along the pot, write messages on it, or identify the types of plants it holds. This would add a touch of creativity to any sunroom or garden this season.

Valspar Black Latex Chalkboard Paint, Lowe’s – $9.98 

Now you can DIY any chalkboard piece that you want, with this black chalkboard paint from Lowe’s. Paint it on a wall for creative drawing or messaging, paint it on a table and draw your own chessboard, paint it on your cabinets in the kitchen to make lists or menus, and paint it in the kid’s playroom to encourage them to color on the walls! The possibilities are literally endless.

About Sydni Ellis (705 Posts)

Sydni Ellis grew up in the great state of Texas, where she learned to love chips and salsa and hot weather. She has a master's degree in Journalism from the University of North Texas, and she currently works in the College Communications, Marketing and Outreach office at Richland College. Some of her passions include writing, traveling and re-reading the Harry Potter Series every chance she gets. In the spirit of spontaneity, Sydni lives her life with a pen in one hand and her video camera in the other; ready to capture the next great story.


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