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8 inspiring ways to use pegboards


I’ve been looking for ways to organize the small desk area in my studio [we have a spare room in the garage where I store my props and sometimes use for photo shoots or messy craft projects]. One idea that I like a lot is using a pegboard as a wall storage solution, freeing up space on the desk and shelves – and when space is limited, thinking vertically is the way to go. I also like their use as mood-board panels, don’t you?

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  • Yooni K

    I will need to invest in a peg board because these images are inspiring. I love that you can just hang anything and everything and use it as a mood board for days when your muse isn’t so creative. I will assume you can purchase them at any of your local hardware stores?

  • Liz

    What great ideas! I usually see peg boards in garages organizing tools but these ideas are so pretty. I’ll have to try some in the studio.

  • Dawn

    Where do you find the solid boards with fatter pegs in pictures 3 & 6? More finished than regular pegboard.

  • Trudy

    I never thought of using peg boards before, might have to now!
    Trudy x | TrudyJohanna

  • B. Dillinger

    I live in NYC and just bought pegboard so this post has great timing and ideas (thanks so much!!) Purchased from a lumber yard nestled in midtown: “Prince Lumber” and had it cut to size. Note spray paint is not the best option if you want color, use regular paint.

  • Sílvia

    That’s lovely!! I love pegboard, and I’m seriously thinking to get one for my bedroom. I’m redecorating it, but it’s not finished yet ;)
    Check my blog to see what I’m doing.