Custom Designed Bulletin Boards for Sale ~ Stylish Organization

Tired of shuffling through piles of clutter on your kitchen counters?  If you tend to miss appointments, lose receipts, coupons or still have school pictures from five years ago hanging on the fridge, I have a solution for you.

Upholstered bulletin boards aren’t new, I just couldn’t find one covered in a quality fabric that was stylish, well constructed and large enough to organize our schedules and photos.

This one is upholstered in a beautiful Tommy Bahama fabric and trimmed out in beads, fringe and upholstery tacks.  I designed several chunky button push pins to coordinate with this extra large board.

This second one is also upholstered in a rich fabric and is wrapped in an ornate frame which I hand painted in several colors then glazed and distressed it to tie it all together.  This one also includes three chunky button push pins, hey… who’s been messing with the buttons?  They weren’t like that a minute ago.

Both are for sale in my booth at Not So Shabby Antiques and Fine Furniture in downtown Zeeland, MI.  Stop by and check ‘em out!  I’ve been busy painting furniture for clients and have been really bad at snapping photos of all the accessories I’ve dropped at the store.  When I go back to shoot them, they’re already sold ~ sorry!  I’ve got so much more I could put in my portfolio; if you see anything you like or would like me to make something custom for you, just let me know.

*Let me know if there is something you’re looking for that you haven’t seen.  We have a lot of projects in the works as well as some fabulous pieces patiently waiting their turn.  Contact us if you have a piece of furniture you would like painted!

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    11 Replies to “Custom Designed Bulletin Boards for Sale ~ Stylish Organization”

    1. Those are beautiful, Shelly! I’ve missed your posts lately, so I hope you’ll snap some photos and show us more of what you’ve been up to!

      Angie @ Knick of Time

    2. Hi!
      I follow you on Facebook, and love your blog. I live in Atlanta and aspire to sell repurposed furniture at an antique mall. I was wondering, where do you find the great pieces that you refinish? I visit 3 local Goodwills often and have only found one item worth refinishing. Any hints would be much appreciated.. Love your work. Barbara

    3. Shelly, these are amazing! I love them! They’re quite unique and would compliment any home! I’ve missed your lovely posts- it’s good to see you back! I know you’ve been busy! I can’t wait to see more!

    4. Check you out!! I love these and they are so fany schmancy looking. I hope you are feeling better! It looks like you are back in your saddle again with fabric, paint brush and all your creativity locked and loaded!

    5. The boards are so pretty. Your one pretty busy girl with refinishing furniture and the boards. Where do you get your energy! Wishing you luck you sell many! Thanks for sharing you creative inspiration at Sunday’s Best Par.tay

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