How to Organize with Command Centers & Boards

Ready to organize your command center and board? We're ready to help. If you need some inspiration and tips, you've come to the right place. We want to help you get the most out of your command center or board so that you can be productive and stay informed. Visit our discussion boards, slideshows, DIY video tutorials, and top projects.

Organize Using Command Centers
Make use of stains and fabrics
Touch up your board with fabric and stains. Mount your board on a picture frame and back with fabric. Stain and add mesh for a unique look.
Chalk up your fridge
Turn your fridge into a command center with vinyl. Measure and cut to size and stick. Once in place, create dividing lines with washi tape.
Season your chalkboard
Whatever type of chalkboard you have, season it. Apply a thin coat of chalk and leave to settle. Wipe lightly and you’re ready to go.
Add a board to any wall
With chalkboard paint, you can turn any wall into a command center. Apply at least two coats and season with chalk before using it.
Use metal instead of chalk
Instead of a chalkboard, try galvanized sheet metal. The industrial look is perfect if you decorate with bright colors and soft accessories.
Top Projects for Organizing Command Centers & Boards

Here are our top DIY command centers and boards organization projects. Look around.

Command Center & Board Organization Videos

Watch video tutorials on how to best organize command centers and boards.

Peg Board Kitchen Storage Wall

Lacking cabinet space in your kitchen? This might be a great option for you! Not only is this a great option for storage, but can be used to make a fun statement on your wall! By simply drilling a peg board to your wall you create a great and fun space to decorate and store things!We want to help you DIY, so some of the materials in this post are linked to sellers. Just so you know, Hometalk may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page.

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Get Organized: How to Make a Stunning DIY Acrylic Calender

Do you want to make your own unique calendar but don't know where to start? No problem! This DIY acrylic calendar is perfect for beginners. It's easy to make and only takes an hour to complete.This post was transcribed by a member of the Hometalk editorial team from the original HometalkTV episode.

How to Assemble and Store Wood With a Bora Wood Rack

Two years ago, we had some contractors remodel our master bath. I found a lot of usable scrap wood in their trash pile. I pulled out all the pieces that I wanted to keep and threw it in a pile in our shed. And there it sat for two years... Now add to this, the scrap wood that I have left over from various projects and leftovers from building a chicken run which is, here, there and everywhere in my garage and you see my problem. I needed something that could take all of this and store it off the floor and out of our way. I am sure there are lots of plans to build storage but I’ve feeling a bit lazy so I wanted something ready made. The rack I have has six levels and can hold 100 lbs per level. I am hoping this is the answer to some of my wood problems.