Add simple style in the bedroom with furniture that incorporates pegboard, such as this side table from Homebase Collections. The dotted design looks crisp and clean — you'll forget it's even pegboard!
Laundry room in the basement and no solution for covering up pipes and concrete? Enter pegboard. Organizing Made Fun blogger Becky Barnfather painted her pegboard a cheery green and white design to add style and function to the area.
When using pegboard, the actual board is just the beginning. Adding shelves, buckets and baskets gives your design one-of-a-kind style for your one-of-a-kind crafts. Blogger Ginger Bowie of Ginger Snap Crafts framed her DIY craft wall with trim for a more sophisticated look.
Tempted to fill in every inch of space on your pegboard? Blogger Jennie Larsen of Craft-O-Maniac has styled her pegboard for decor and function. Add artwork, buckets for loose supplies and shelves for added storage with style.
Pegboards are great tools for organizing because they take a mishmash of items and turn them into one unified display. Think outside the garage and use pegboards inside the house in unique spaces – like a mini-home gym in front of your exercise equipment.
This vibrant crafts room is bound to bring out anyone's creativity. Painted pegboard and simple shelves keep supplies organized, while paisley valances and orange lamps add color and pattern to the lime green room.
This midcentury modern kitchen prep station by Wake the Tree uses metal pegboards for added function and super style. The sunny metal holds spatulas and spoons while maintaining durability and easy cleanup in what can be one of the messiest places of the home.