Chalkboard accent walls – fun and functional, great for all types of spaces

By now we have showed you lots and lots of interior featuring chalkboard walls. They’re so versatile and they come with lots of advantages. They are fun, especially for kids as they can draw and scribble on them, they are functional, for example in the kitchen where you can write lists and messages on them and they have the ability of making the atmosphere in the room feel more welcoming and casual.

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This kitchen, for example, the chalkboard wall was cleverly integrated into the décor and became a natural part of the design. It’s perfect for writing grocery lists and it’s been placed in an area where it can be visible from almost all angles.

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In the kids’ room, a chalkboard wall would be a very nice and welcomed addition. You can either set up multiple small chalkboard surfaces or you can have an entire chalkboard wall so that your kids can create larger projects.

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If you opt for a large chalkboard wall in your kids’ playroom, you could include one or two steps for them to use when trying to reach the top area of the wall. If not, opt for a smaller wall or give your kids’ other options.

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A chalkboard wall in the kitchen is not useful just for writing grocery lists. It’s also an interesting focal point and you can use it to showcase your drawing talents or to write all sorts of interesting and fun messages. It’s a great way of spicing up a simple kitchen décor.

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Here’s another example of a kids’ playroom but this time there’s not one but two chalkboard walls. This gives the kids more space to get creative and it’s also a very simple way of creating interesting focal points and avoiding having to come up with intricate and colorful decorative options for the room.

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Your kids; bedroom could also use a chalkboard wall. It can be both fun and useful as they can draw and get creative but also use it when making their homework. It would be best to avoid using the wall adjacent to the headboard for this purpose as the area tends to get messy.

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A chalkboard wall can also be a great idea for a small work space. You can organize this area in your bedroom, in a corner or anywhere else you can find some free space. A small table and a chair would be enough. You’ll have of space to write inspiring messages on or to use when trying to solve a problem or need inspiration and ideas.

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The dining room is not a space where one might except to see a chalkboard wall. However, a framed chalkboard can be an interesting decoration for this area. It would be an unusual and eye-catching focal point and can also be used to write messages or anything else you can think of.

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This lovely boy’s bedroom also has a chalkboard wall. It’s more like a black accent wall that happens to be covered with chalkboard paint and that also allows you to write and draw things on it. It’s a beautiful accent detail that complements the whole color palette beautifully.

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Sometimes the kitchen is separated by the living and dining areas by a partial wall and this way an open and airy décor is created. This partial wall can also be used creatively and, for example, you can have it turned into a chalkboard wall. It’s fun, creative and a great conversation starter.

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Here’s another kids’ bedroom featuring a chalkboard wall. It has a modern décor and, in this case, the wall was used to draw a cheerful image on it. It’s also a nice space where friends can write and draw and leave a momentum to be remembered by.

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A large chalkboard wall in your kids’ bedroom gives them the opportunity to personalize this space and turn it into their dream room. It’s a great way of giving them the freedom of choosing how they want their room to look like.

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The hallway can also be a great place for a chalkboard wall. You can use it to write fun messages for your guests to see when they enter your home and for them to leave you a momentum before they leave your home.

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In the kitchen, you don’t necessarily need an entire chalkboard wall. A small chalkboard surface is enough. You can frame it and place it wherever you want. This way you can change its location and it will be easier to remove it when you decide to renovate.

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