7 Places to Use Pegboard from Martha Stewart

Martha always has good organizing ideas, and many of them involve pegboard. The lady loves it. We searched through the MS archives for a few of our favorite ideas. Follow the links below to step-by-step instructions for pegboard projects anywhere from the closet to the kitchen...

Pegboard is a functional backdrop for a recycling station. In the kitchen, it can also hold baskets, pots, and pans.

Two classic places for pegboard: the craft room and the garage/workshop. Martha provides step-by-step instructions for painting and framing a pegboard to give it a little more style.

Pegboard keeps office supplies in order above a desk. In the closet, it provides a surface for hanging belts and bags.

In kids' rooms, pegboard can organize toys and school supplies. If you like pegboard, but you still haven't found the right project, see Martha's instructions for how to install a pegboard anywhere in the house.

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