The writing is on the wall with the House Chalkboard. The New Zealand Pine frame and MDF backing, make for a lightweight blackboard that is super easy to use. Hang or prop against the wall, this is one decorative wall feature that is also wonderfully versatile. From the kitchen to the living room, the office to the kid’s bedroom it is sure to be a family favourite.
For the kids who love to draw, place low on the wall and they’ll have hours of fun creating with chalk. Unlike traditional blackboard easels that have been known to tip, the House Chalkboard is stable and safe for little ones to use. While not only offering an activity for kids (which won’t take up valuable floor space), the quirky, fun house design adds a whimsical, decorative element to a child’s bedroom or playroom.
However, this board can be used for more than children’s pictures. Keep track of the house schedule, chores and homework, plan the weekly menu or just leave messages for each other, the generous 80cm x 120cm size, allows enough room for every member of the family. The convenience of a central message board in your home will make sure everyone stays on track (and stays sane).
Fun, quirky, yet super practical, this blackboard is perfect for singles, busy families and everyone in between.
|Made from||New Zealand pine frame with a MDF backing|
|Assembled dimensions||80cm wide x 120cm high|
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Great Service, great product - great price!Really cool look. Looks great in my sons room.The service is always great at Mocka which is why I will always keep buying from them. Along with the great products they have!
Exactly what I was looking for and is already used heaps!Excellent, fast service. All impressed how quickly my purchases arrive on the doorstep!
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