We used a leftover industrial shelf rack to make a beautiful office memo board.
Here are the steps:
- Spray paint your memo board using Universal Enamel in Flat Black. We did two coats on each side.
- Make memo board brackets (optional – see steps below).
- Spray paint your screws/brackets. If you are using brackets, use the Bulls Eye Primer first, then coat with Universal Metallic Gilded Brass.
- Mount your grid to the wall with screws (either on their own, or into the DIY brackets).
There are two ways to attach it to the wall:
- Screws drilled into studs. Spray paint the screws first if you want to match your colour scheme, or want them black.
- Make some DIY wooden brackets to hold the memo board in place.
If you choose to make your own brackets, here are the steps:
- Cut a 2x4” pine board down to 1 ¼” by 1 ¼” (at least 8” long).
- ¼” from the edge of the board, use a router table to cut a ¼” groove along the length of the board.
- Cut the board into four 2” pieces to make four brackets.
- Each bracket will need two screws to attach it to the wall.
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