When I think of pegboards I think of garages, workshop spaces, and tools. But with some creativity, paint, and the right space, pegboards can make for some really unique decor. These are can’t miss pegboard ideas!
Pegboard Organization Ideas
Pegboard Ideas: Kitchen
On A Kitchen Island
Add an extra element of fullness to the hub of your home by hanging lighter cooking tools from a kitchen island pegboard. It’s really just that easy!
As A Backsplash
Save space in your kitchen by installing a pegboard as your backsplash. It’s so easy to stay organized now!
Hidden Key Hooks
If you’re like me, you have a hard time keeping track of your darn car keys. For a fun solution, I recommend mounting a small piece of pegboard to the wall. Now, all you need is hooks and you can use this as a place to store keys.
Install pegboard in one of your drawers with wooden dowels to create an unbeatable storage unit. You can store things like plates, utensils, and more using this easy organization method.
Pegboard Ideas: Office
Line the wall behind your desk with pegboard. That way, you can keep all of your memos and seasonal decor organized and up off of your desk. Doing this in my own office has really helped me stay organized.
I don’t know what it is about kids and struggling to put things away in drawers and cupboards! With pegboard, it’ll definitely be a lot easier to keep a study area clean. This works especially wonderful in small spaces. Simply hang the board on the wall. Add shelves for books, containers for pens and pencils, wire baskets for tape etc, and hooks for scissors and more.
Gift Wrapping Station
It seems like there are more and more birthdays to celebrate every year. It can be frustrating trying to find the perfect wrapping paper only to discover that it’s smashed and crinkled. To solve, use pegboards in your craft room to organize. To do so, use small hooks and ribbon to hang the pegboard up where it belongs. This is one of my favorite pegboard organization ideas!
Pegboard Ideas: Home
Portable Storage Box
Don’t have the wall space for pegboard storage? Bring the pegboard organization around the house with you by creating a portable box out of pegboard.
Get your art on! Transform a pegboard into a work of art by threading colorful embroidery thread through the peg holes. Make sure you follow some kind of pattern if you want it to look great.
Pegboard Ideas: Kids
The Pegboard Headboard
This is one of my absolute favorite pegboard ideas! Instead of an ordinary headboard, swap out what you have for a pegboard instead. The look is super modern, and you can use it as storage in a bind if ever you need to!
Baby On Board
Keep baby care supplies and toys nearby but out of reach with the installation of a pegboard wall. Hang anything you would like from this.
This pegboard project speaks to the mom and the teacher inside of me. As simple as they may look, geoboards are a fantastic way for kids to learn shapes, multiplication, as well as area and perimeter. Tarkheena Crafts explains how easy it is to make your own geoboard here.
Pegboard Ideas: Craft Room
Create a multi-functional checkerboard backsplash with alternating pieces of pegboard, chalkboard along your wall! You can write on one, and use the other as storage. I’m about it!
I have such a love for knitting that I affectionately call it my “Inner Granny”. One of the most frustrating parts of the hobby is keeping skeins of yarn tangle-free. Use a pegboard to organize your yarn. Plus, you get to hang it up!
Welcoming Coat Rack
Display a friendly message to guests as they arrive. It would be so easy to regularly change out the message with seasonal words or other words of inspiration.
Add layers of storage space with pegboard “leaves”. What a great way to make extra racking where space didn’t exist before!
Pegboard Ideas: IKEA
Garage space is hard to come by. Turn a wall of yours into some storage space with the help of a handy dandy pegboard! Replace one corner of your garage with pegboard and store things like electrical cords and gardening tools.
Use pegboard and Christmas lights to send a message in your room. Use it as a headboard, as wall art, or whatever else, you’ll adore how easily customizable this is.
Cross Stitch Cabinets
Trade out your old cabinet doors with cross-stitched pegboards for a customized look. Simply weave your embroidery thread in and out of the pegs as you would while sewing.
Welcoming Coat Rack
Create a cool coat rack by installing a length of pegboard in your hall by your front door. Install large hooks and you’ve got yourself one of the best coat racks ever!
For more life organization hacks, read here!
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