New Ways to Dry Erase

19 Jan

I’ve been seeing a lot of ways to bring the dry erase trend to a new chic status lately, so I thought I’d share some of them.

Real Simple magazine suggests you use a glass picture frame to scribble on — appropriate in any room, and can be adapted to accommodate any style!:

This list won't go in your purse, but it's cute! (image via Real Simple)


CB2 sells a bamboo dry erase board:

Bamboo Dry Erase, $59.95 from CB2 (image via CB2)


Or, you can make your own super modern custom board!  I love 3-Form, an ec0-resin product that typically is used as a paneling system or as a substitute for glass or metal sheets (eco-resin is their way of saying it’s a sustainable plastic).  It’s expensive and typically architectural in practice, but they have a great reclaim site where you can purchase smaller pieces that have been used in other projects.  Get one, have it cut to size, hang it up and write away!

Just a couple examples of the many many varieties of 3-Form eco-resin (image via 3-Form).

Design consultations for all styles and budgets: JGB Interiors.


3 Responses to “New Ways to Dry Erase”

  1. Beth January 19, 2011 at 2:51 PM #

    Is there a way to get a chic dry erase board that also is magnetic?

  2. jgbinteriors January 19, 2011 at 2:53 PM #

    I’d probably just cover a magnet board in cute contact paper (it’ll have to be small if you want it to be seamless). You might have to peel and re-cover every few months to keep the contact paper looking clean, depending on how much you use it, but it should work.

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