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Bulletin boards have been one of the most popular ways to post and reveal information for decades. Because of their excellent aesthetic value and overall usefulness, fabric covered cork boards have become all the rage.

Here, we’ll take a look at how fabric covered cork boards can best be used, where you can pick up one of these versatile boards and how much you can expect to shell out.

Fabric Covered Cork Board Uses

Fabric covered cork boards of all shapes and sizes can be used in a number of ways. Some places that are great to hang fabric cork boards include:

  • Children’s Room
  • Kitchen
  • Game Room
  • Garage
  • Classroom
  • School Hallway
  • Community Center
  • Music Venue

When placed in a child’s room, the boards can be the place to hang important reminders regarding things like homework or chores. You can also leave important notes or positive messages for your child in a place that they will be certain to see it.

A classroom, school hallway or community centers are the most common places in which you will find fabric covered boards. Here is where you will likely find test scores, important announcements and reminders about upcoming events such as a dance, sports tryout or school assembly. Sign-up sheets are usually also found on boards in schools and community centers. In music venues, announcements for upcoming shows, audition ads or offers for music lessons are normally prominently featured.

Purchasing a Fabric Covered Cork Board

The cost of a fabric covered board varies greatly. The most inexpensive fabric cork board can be purchased for just over $6.00. In fact, there are many cork boards that are available for between $10.00 and $20.00. Depending on your needs, there are a variety of high end and high class boards available. An enclosed fabric covered cork board 72 x 48 in size costs just under $1,100. Sets of decorative and fabric push pins for all types of boards are generally much less than $10.00. You should be able to find fabric covered boards at any of your local craft shops or large national retail stores.