DIY Display board

 

Recently, we found some old fence boards by the roadside. We decided to make a rolling display board.  I love the planked wall look and the variation of color between the old and new boards.

The freestanding display is supported by two easel type legs attached to a chain.  The chain is adjustable so the display can lean at different angles.  The legs rotate in for easy storage. Casters were also added to make it mobile and easy to maneuver.

Keep scrolling for the step by step…

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Old fence board – naturally distressed

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Combining old and new

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I had a little of Espresso stain left so I mixed it with the Dark Walnut #customcolor ha!

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Love this dark color!

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Helping my husband make the frame

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Frame complete

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Frame x 2

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Nailing the planks into place

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Casters in place

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Look at those legs!  Ohhh the wooden ones – hehe!

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A small chain helps hold the legs in place

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The chain is held in place with a simple cup hook

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26″ W x 60″ H!

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I love the simple “kickstand”

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Add another hook to the outside frame to hold the legs in place when not in use.

Thanks for stopping by,
Southern Sawdust

What would you use this display for?

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9 thoughts on “DIY Display board

  1. Your shares at Celebrate Your Story are always so interesting and I wish I had half the drive that you do. Oh and the comment about the legs was hilarious! Thanks again for joining us and have a fun weekend!

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