9.25.2012

Oh la la, j'aime!

J'aime, j'aime, j'aime! Instead of painting a portion of your wall in chalkboard paint, how about painting the entire area, door included? You can even add a magnet paint coat under your final chalk paint coat on the door so you'll get double feature, memo board and magnet board as well. J'aime a lot this kitchen corner... full of life!

J'aime, j'aime et j'aime encore. Au lieu de peindre une portion de votre mur à la peinture tableau noir, pourquoi ne pas tout peindre, porte incluse? On peut même rajouter de la peinture magnétique avant la dernière couche noire pour avoir un double effet Kiss-Cool : mur à craie et mémo board magnétique. J'aime beaucoup cet espace cuisine... plein de vie!

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11 Comments:

  1. Very clever!!!
    Have a lovely day!
    xx

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  2. I love this idea. It's great how it makes the door 'disappear' and then come to be a feature thanks to the inspiration posted onto it.

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    1. Totally agree Will. The door simply disappears and becomes an additional feature in the room.
      Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. C'est superbe! merci pour l'inspi! je l'accroche sur pinterest!

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  4. very cooooool.

    smiles to you from sunny arizona.

    michele

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  5. Oh wow. I always think these look great, but I can't help thinking of all the chalk dust that would get everywhere! :-D

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    1. Not if you use dust free chalk Julie. In my daughter's room in France, a whole wall was chalkboard. At first, it was plain awful. As a toddler, she loved to use the wall for drawing and the dust was everywhere. But then I discovered dust free chalk and really saw a big difference. I mean HUGE!

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    2. C'est une excellente idée et en plus la porte se dissimule. C'est bien pour les portes sans intérêt esthétique.Merci

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