Get creative with your pegboard storage accessories. Use hooks to hang baskets, clipboards, buckets and other containers of various sizes. The best part: You can easily reposition them at any time to better fit your needs.
Pegboard is a super-versatile storage solution that’s ideal for a garage. Here, we mounted pegboard above a simple table and chair to create a budget-friendly yet functional workspace, and used some scrap pieces to create a portable craft supply caddy.
A quiet place of reflection and escape, the changing room offers a cozy leather chair and ottoman, perched in a corner and facing dramatic river views. A peg rail keeps waders, nets and hats at the ready.
A small plastic tray is perfect for organizing small office supplies. Leaving school supplies out on the desk makes them easily accessible and works as a fitting accessory for a dorm room work environment. A neutral floral sheet covers the desktop to add fun and feminine style.
One of the main reasons why professional caterers using folding banquet tables for their buffets is the ability to use the area below the tables to house additional supplies. Once you've got your collapsible banquet table, pick up a tablecloth long enough to touch the floor on the front and the two sides. Leave the back uncovered for easy access below.
Free up garage space for your car and create a catchall closet in the house. Use any hall closet, empty pantry or old computer armoire to mount wall shelves and hang hooks. Store pet food and accessories, cleaning supplies and a large container to “catch all.” Then, shut the door on clutter.
Designer Annie Lowengart reconfigured this laundry room to create storage for laundry and cleaning supplies. Galbraith & Paul's "Lotus" wallpaper adds personality to the space, making laundry time feel like less of a chore.
This room features a combined cleaning supply storage and laundry room which houses a washer, dryer, ironing board, stainless steel laundry tub and heated drying rack. Simple black floor tiles finish off the look of the space.
Color coordinated fabric shelves bring colorful decoration and organization to the room. The shelves are attached to built in glass door cabinetry creating options for supply storage. Moveable table panels slide over the countertop below to create the desired work environment for specific projects. Adjustable pendant lights above the tables allow for light control.
White square tile covers the lower half of this bathroom wall and then blends into the white paint. A mounted wood shelf and two-tone wicker basket create open towel and supply storage. A small plant pot matches the salmon colored wall art for a fun and simple pop of color to decorate the space.
A built-in banquette lines the corner of this eating nook, providing plenty of seating for casual dining. On the opposite end of the modern space, built-in cabinetry supplies ample storage. A large window showcases stunning views of San Francisco.
White cabinets covering the walls of this kitchen supply ample storage and give the room a glowing look in the natural light. A large island is surrounded with additional cabinetry and topped with a polished white marble countertop. A trio of pendant lights hang over the island.
The Francis family asked the crew of Elbow Room for a flowing and functional kitchen and family room. To make this happen, Chip Wade and his crew enclosed the back deck and demolished several walls. To make up for lost space, the crew installed an oversized island to hold appliances and supply extra storage. They also added seating in the kitchen by building a banquette to wrap around the kitchen table and adding bar stools to the end of the countertop. The kitchen, then flows into the living room where the crew added comfort in two oversized chairs looking onto the fireplace.
The spacious drawers to the right of the range offer easy-access storage for various kitchen essentials, like a supply of tea, candles, folded linen napkins and a hammered stainless-steel salad serving set for entertaining at home.