Still So Good: Chalkboard Paint in the Kitchen

Still So Good: Chalkboard Paint in the Kitchen

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Nancy Mitchell
Nov 25, 2015
(Image credit: Elle Decoration UK)

Here at Apartment Therapy, we're (still) big fans of chalkboard paint. The other day we took a look at some fresh and inspiring ways to use chalkboard paint in your house, and today we're zeroing in on one of our favorite places to put this stuff to work: the kitchen.

Above: A chalkboard accent wall pairs nicely with geometric tile in a kitchen from Elle Decoration UK via SF Girl by Bay.

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An entire wall of chalkboard sketches makes for an especially dramatic kitchen, as seen on Dove Drury Hornbuckle.

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Here's the same space styled a little bit differently, also from Dove Drury Hornbuckle. (For kitchen applications, consider using dustless chalk... and of course, never chalk while there's food out. Unless you're into that kind of thing.)

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This chalkboard wall set into a backsplash, seen on Design Sponge, is a clever detail.

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This helpful forkcat just wants to help you remember all the things. Image from Almost Makes Perfect.

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A chalkboard backsplash means you can change up your kitchen anytime you like. From Heimatbaum.

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A chalkboard wall over the oven gives you something to look at while waiting for the kettle to boil. Seen on One Kings Lane.

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A chalkboard-painted island is just the right height for little artists. From Style at Home.

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Use a chalkboard wall to keep track of all the things you need to keep track of, as seen in Bernice & Eugene's LA home.

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No need to stick notes to the fridge — now you can write on the fridge. Image from Desire to Inspire.

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