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Pegboards are such versatile organizational tools. Depending on your age, you may remember pegboards as being something only to be used in your dad’s garage or tool shed. Nowadays, there are so many colors, styles, and rooms to use them in that you can’t go wrong! If you are looking for a less traditional way to keep your items corralled together, then you’re in luck! In this post, we share with you some of our favorite pegboard organization ideas. Check them out and don’t forget to save them on Pinterest for later!
The Beauty Pegboard
Another brilliant IKEA idea is to use the SKÅDIS pegboard for beauty items. You can put it in your bathroom, closet, our on a bedroom wall. In the image, it’s being used in a bathroom, and I think it’s a great way to keep things organized for different members of the family without having things look cluttered and getting mixed up.
Black, Big, and Bold
If you told me that you could hang your bikes on a peg board I would have laughed out loud! It’s true though. The designers at Heartly created a giant peg board wall that could hang everything you can imagine – from a bike to a plant! Don’t worry, there’s still pegs for your scarf and your handbag. If you are daring then this one is for you!
Craft Room Pegboard
The craft room is a perfect place to use a pegboard! One of the reasons that a pegboard works great here is because it gives you the chance to keep things in their place while still being able to have them at a glance. Using a combination of small shelves and hooks you can see how this small craft room pegboard is perfection!
Pegboard Command Center
What organized house doesn’t have a command center? Well, this one shows you how you can ditch the desks and sideboards and opt for something wall based. I love the nooks where you can keep your mail and your phone. There’s room for shelving, too! You can even use Scrabble tiles to write messages, so cute and useful.
Kitchen Pegboard Organization Ideas
The kitchen is the most used room in the home. Based on that, it’s essential that we have a place for our kitchen essentials. With the rise of minimal living and small house living, this idea is a fantastic way to make use of those walls that seem to have no practical purpose. If you’re short on cupboard space or want to show off your favorite mugs, hanging a pegboard in the kitchen is a must try!
Organize Cleaning Supplies with Pegboards
You may think that as long as your cleaning supplies are out of sight it is enough. Wrong! If you have ample space to keep things out of sight that is fine. But whether you have a garage or only a supply closet using pegboards is a must. A small pegboard will give you more than enough space to keep your brooms, Swiffer duster, and other cleaning supplies right at reach.
Pegboard Ikea Hack
We can’t have an organization post without including a cool Ikea hack! This hack was created by sewing enthusiast Emmely from the blog Infectious Stitches. She needed a way to keep all her sewing bits were used daily all together and right at hand and came up with this. If you are into sewing or don’t have an exclusive sewing room this hack is affordable and simple.
Pegboard for a Headboard
Yes, you read that right! A pegboard can be a headboard. This Scandinavian inspired look will help you keep things minimal and make the most out of every square inch of space. By using a pegboard on the wall behind your bed you can add a feature wall that will help you have a place for everything and everything in its place. By adding small shelves you can organize your bedtime essentials, or anything you want to use, really!
Pegboard Room Divider
One of the most unique pegboard organization ideas we love is this pegboard room divider. This room divider is a great way to incorporate functionality and design. You can store and display your items all whilst keeping small rooms separated. This idea is great for those living in studio apartments or anyone who just needs to make the most of the space they have.
DIY Laundry Room Pegboard Wall
One of the rooms that needs as much organization as possible is the laundry room, right? This DIY laundry room pegboard wall shows you that you don’t need to spend much money to get things organized; all you need is some DIY know how and imagination. Keep your laundry bags stored on a pegboard to make sure that they are not cluttering up the floor. My favorite part of this wall is the way the ironing board is stored upright, making it easy to use when you need to but ensuring it’s out of the way when you don’t.
We hope these pegboard organization ideas will help you incorporate them into your home!