I purchased a corkboard from Target for $7.00 and used leftover paint I already had at home to make this work with my space. For my project I used Sherwin Williams On The Rocks (gray) and Resounding Rose. Can you spot it?
DIY Color Block Corkboard
I wanted to incorporate a corkboard for my daughter in her desk area but an orange cork board clashed with the space. Here is the super simple way I fixed that problem!
I sanded the entire frame first because it was a bit glossy to ensure my paint would stick. Then I used blue painters tape to tape a straight line across the bottom portion of the corkboard. You can have your colors divided anywhere you’d like. I painted three coats of On The Rocks letting each coat dry in between for 30 minutes. I very carefully removed the tape while the third coat was still wet.
Then I placed another line of painters tape to protect the gray paint and painted three coats of Resounding Road also removing the tape while the third coat is still wet.
So happy how it came out! And it still functions as it should.