Round-up :: DIY Message Boards

Having difficulty juggling appointments, activities and homework schedules for your family? As my kids have gotten older, I’ve found that it’s more and more challenging to kept it all straight. A message board in our kitchen nook has helped us tremendously. If you are are need of a command center, I’ve rounded up a few DIY message board options that you may want to consider.

DIY message center // kitchen command center // BHG

Love this sleek, colorful dry-erase message board via BHG. It’s made from a piece of glass that’s simply been painted on the back and framed. Love!

DIY magnetic message board #organized #home #messages

This DIY magnetic board from 4 Men and 1 Lady, is made of a 26 gauge galvanized steel sheet and then framed.  It also doubles as a dry erase board for quick messages. Would love great in a kitchen, mudroom or playroom.

DIY message board // entryway organization #diy

The folks at Martha Stewart created this chic message center using a store-bought cork board that was painted and upgraded with a brass rod to hold mail and hooks to hold keys. Love the many functions it provides!

wall mounted craft paper roll // diy message board #diy #message

Although this option isn’t as versatile as the others, I love the simplicity. The could be a fun DIY project or purchased through George & Willy.

happy organizing,

cristin

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5 Responses to Round-up :: DIY Message Boards

  1. Alex Lee House Designs March 21, 2015 at 7:40 pm #

    These Message Board will do wonders to small office house plans that have great options and variety for designers all around. Thanks for sharing!

    • Cristin March 24, 2015 at 11:26 am #

      So true! Thanks for dropping by. xo cristin

  2. Alexa~FurnishMyWay March 11, 2015 at 9:27 am #

    Wowzer! The “Type A” planner in me is in love with these versatile boards. They are great for event planning and brainstorming! My favorite by far was the dry erase board! Love love love it!

    • Cristin March 11, 2015 at 12:36 pm #

      Love that one too Alexa! xo cristin

  3. The Office Stylist March 10, 2015 at 2:19 pm #

    I am in love with these boards. I agree that the last one isn’t as versatile but it does bring a slight vintage feel to the space. My favorite is probably the dry-erase message board. Super cute!