Chalkboard paint - but what about whiteboard paint?
My dd's room is in the attic, with angled walls. I had thought about doing chalkboard paint on the walls so she could draw - she's 15, and doodles all the time. She has pictures she's drawn taped all over her walls. I plan on hanging a huge bulletin board in there for her to display her art. But want to give her an open "canvas" as well.
I considered the chalkboard, but realized, it's right over her bed, so all the chalk dust would end up on her bed. So that's a no-go.
But do they have whiteboard paint? Then she can draw whatever and change it as often as she'd like. Or if I painted her wall up there white and let her graffitti or colour/paint it however... then if she wants to change it, let her repaint it white again?
Has anyone done this? I know I repainted my bedroom walls a dozen times througout high school, my friends came by, we did sponge painting, paint flicking, you name it, my room was an eclectic mess of colour and paint, lol. My mom let me do it as long as I paid for the paint. The room still has the sponge painting on the walls, and my dad moved into that room as his den, with the baby blue bricks painted on the closet doors still too!