195 magnetic knife Bulletin Board
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Streamline your work space with this sleek bulletin board. Give your office an update from cork and sticky notes, upgrading to tasteful metal and easy magnets and push pins. Now your organization efforts can be stylish AND practical!
Off the grid: Everything that has no particular allegiance to hall table activities, desktop business or file drawer organization can sensibly take up residence here. This perforated magnetic message board can house any number of your random items and give them a place of interest.
Muro Magnet Boards Perforated - 19.7" x 23.6"
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It’s a mutual attraction: You gravitate toward clean lines and striking simplicity. This magnet board is irresistible and will generously help you hold, protect and organize all the little details of your life.
Muro Perforated Magnet Board
It’s not exactly a blank slate. Think of it more as a modernistic intersection for all the thoughts, photos and plans of your life. This magnetic note board creates a flexible and accessible freeway for expression. “Blank” will not be the operative word here.
Muro Magnetic Note Boards - 19.7" x 23.6"
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Note to self: Find a place to scribble important phone numbers, dates and times. Finding the perfect spot would take one more thing off your “To Do” list, wouldn’t it? Consider it done. This magnetic dry erase board lets you jot down everything noteworthy and erase it just as easily.
Muro Magnetic Dry Erase Boards - 23.6" x 35.4"
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An excellent way for you to feel incredibly organized without going to all the tedious work of filing, forwarding or throwing away. Think of this magnet board as your official holding pen for those memos, photos and notes that could get lost in the shuffle.
Muro Magnet Board
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Slick, stainless steel, magnetic dry-erase boards are awfully useful on the office wall to write down notes or messages. They can also work as idea or dream boards.
I'm addicted to my whiteboard! When I saw that you could buy them in other colors, I let out a squeal.
A fabric-covered magnetic board is a great way to add warmth and texture to your family command center.
A magnetic board on the wall gives you a great place to post reminders, photos and the kids' artwork.
If you don't have the space for a big bulletin board, no problem. These mini strips provide room for all manner of items, and fit in even the smallest of places.
Use magnetic boards to keep track of greeting cards, family photos, fabric and paint swatches, memorabilia and other inspiring items.
I love the idea and the execution. It's non-intrusive from a profile standpoint but definitely shouts at you with that bright red color. It's a fun way to keep track of notes, invitations, coupons or just about anything else.
A3 Magnetic Chalk Board
Forget the typical corkboard. This cheerful bulletin board is much prettier to look at, thanks to the colorful Jonathan Adler print covering the front.
These magnets are great for your magnet board because they can stick through up to five sheets of paper. But please be careful to keep them out of reach of little ones, as they can be super dangerous if swallowed.
This is perfect for showcasing small photos, business cards, to-do notes, ticket stubs, keys, and more. I like (and have) this type of board in both my kitchen and bedroom.
A great big bulletin board is ideal for keeping track of inspirations, or just current to-do lists. This one is hand-painted and covered in nubby burlap.
I love this magnetic stainless steel board. It's a sleek modern alternative to the classic pin board or whiteboard.
This magnet board would work great inside your back door or on a college bedroom door. Use it for notes, photos or anything you like.
For real efficiency, color codes always force me to attempt a more organized lifestyle. It would be pretty easy to keep my "To Do" list in order with this multi-colored white board and shelf.
This great shabby chic magnetic chalkboard is an Etsy find. I love the weathered frame and the buttons-turned-magnets (which may not come with the board, but they're a cute idea anyway!).
These monogrammed burlap memo boards would be perfect in my home office. They are great for organizing and visualizing ideas and inspirations.
A magnetic whiteboard in the middle and cork around the edges makes this great for written and pinned messages alike.
The mahogany frame around this simple whiteboard would be perfectly understated for the kitchen wall.
Large Magnetic Board, Fox
Bring in a little color and pattern while displaying your favorite photos and notes on this fabric-covered memo board.
This magnetic board is slightly industrial, yet not too modern for a "regular" kitchen space. I love it as a cork alternative.
I think a linen wallboard is perfect for most any location — use it in the playroom for children's artwork, in the kitchen to hold recipes or in the office to hold invitations, notes, etc.
Give your home office some punch with the bright Kotona board. It's a handy combination of a magnetic board (for holding keys and magnets) and a whiteboard (for jotting down notes). Available in different colors, they are perfect for making a dotty grouping on the wall.
Stick With Me Kid
How easy and convenient! This magnetic display board makes it simple to move artwork around and adjust spacing for different sizes. The display also acts as blackboards that parents can customize with a child's name.
This stylish perpetual wall calendar is both dry erase and magnetic, making it perfect for writing in events and displaying photos.
Perfect for your entryway, this reclaimed wood chalkboard features a perpetual calendar, hanging hooks and a shelf for knickknacks.
Part of having your own office is creating a space you feel comfortable spending a lot of time in. These pushpins are colorful and add a little pizazz to some not so pretty office tasks (read: paying bills).
I think these could maybe be the place for my daughter to take notes and plan out her masterpieces. Or they can just be some place to scribble scrabble on the walls unimpeded by things such as scoldings.
One of the best ways to stay organized is to make lists. And lists that are right in front of you at all times are the best kind. I especially adore this chalkboard in the rustic wooden frame.
You'll get great two-for-one organization with this chalkboard. Tack up your photos and other mementos on the linen frame.
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