Sunday, January 10, 2010

The writing is on the wall

How cool is IdeaPaint? Turns your wall into a giant dry-erase board.

Cool for kids' rooms, but I always worry that they'll get used to drawing on walls, and try it on regular paint! (Via Roger Ebert on Twitter.)

6 comments:

Katie said...

Or write on the dry-erase wall with a permanent marker!

Beth said...

We had a wall for painting on when I was a kid. None of us ever strayed from the designated painting spot.

jenmoon said...

I've always wanted this stuff. I generally don't want the stress of owning a house, but one of the few reasons I'd want one is so I can paint up the walls and then mark up the walls!

Anonymous said...

ThSTD like the blackboard paint, which I like better

TS said...

This is funny! Growing up, my parents had wallpaper removed and we used it as an art wall in the meantime. They regretted papering over it later on!

Emily said...

There also magnetic paint. It's awesome to have magnetic walls in my office.