Need help in making a office station wall system

made of squares of cork , dry erase , chalk, magnetic boards with a frame
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  • Cori Warner Cori Warner on Mar 03, 2014
    I'm not sure how big you want this, but you could use fiberboard as a base. It comes in 4x8 sheets. The cork can be glued to the fiberboard. You could actually use specialty paints to get the rest of it: You can buy dry erase paint, chalkboard paint, and magnetic paint. Be advised the magnetic paint IS NOT water cleanup. I always buy disposable brushes when I work with it. It is black, but you can paint over it with any color. I use it as a base under chalkboard paint to give me a magnetic chalkboard! you could use 1x2s to frame it out, and to divide it how you would like. Use Loctite to glue the 1x2s on, then some short screws from the back of the fiberboard through the 1x2s to hold them until the glue dries. Hang the assembly on the wall by attaching D rings to the back, then mounting to stud, or using sheetrock anchors. Good luck!
    • Toots Toots on Mar 04, 2014
      @Cori from The Flying C ok, thank you for suggesting this will keep in mind when making this
  • Z Z on Mar 04, 2014
    Are you using a system that offers tiles in the above mentioned surfaces or you wanting to start from scratch? Sharing pictures always helps to get better answers too Toots.
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    • Toots Toots on Mar 04, 2014
      @Z yes, that will work a lot better and a lot cheaper also, thank you very much
  • Toots Toots on Mar 09, 2014
    I found that walmart carries all of the tiles that I was needing and all have hooks on the back and cost around 7 - 10 apiece, that you for helping me solve this project
  • Z Z on Mar 09, 2014
    You're welcome.