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Where can dec­o­ra­tors use chalk­board? The kitchen: Make one wall stand out by paint­ing it in chalk­board colours. If you pre­fer to start small, add a lit­tle bit of chalk­board paint in­side cab­i­nets. In rooms: Chalk­board paint can be used in a va­ri­ety of ways — paint a piece then frame, paint walls and doors. Great in laun­dry rooms and an ideal way to re­mind kids of their sched­ules be­fore they head out the door. Chil­dren’s room: Kids are go­ing to draw on the walls so they might as well have some­where they can draw with­out get­ting into trou­ble. Liv­ing room: Paint one or two walls, or add a chalk­board wall­pa­per; buy cush­ions with chalk­board pan­els — that way you can keep chang­ing the mes­sage in the space. Take it out­doors: Paint flower pots as a fun way to la­bel the plants. Or use chalk­board paint on any out­door fur­ni­ture. Gar­den sculp­tures can be painted in in­ter­est­ing colours.

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