June 18, 2012
From the New York Times: "There was... a new iteration of IdeaPaint, a product that turns interior walls into erasable whiteboards: Create is a clear coating that can be slathered onto walls of any hue, so that users can maintain a consistent color scheme even if one of the walls in the room has become a giant memo board. (It is sold in kits that cost $225 and cover 50 square feet.)"
June 18, 2012 at 01:01 PM | Permalink
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other clever ideas like this that I have seen:
Magnetic paint for creative walls.
Specific color intended to become a background to be projected upon.
Now, to combine all three...
Posted by: DC3 | Jun 19, 2012 5:51:32 PM
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