Pegboard: It’s Not Just for the Kitchen Anymore

April 9, 2012 | By | Comments (1)

While the kitchen might be the most commonly thought of place to hang a pegboard (think Julia Child’s kitchen, which is now in the Smithsonian), adding a few panels to you closet can dramatically increase your storage space.

Pegboard in the closet for accessories

Hang two panels on the door to hold belts, large necklaces, small handbags, and a quick wardrobe kit (lint roller, seam tape, shoe shine sponge, etc.). You’ll be able to keep all the small stuff out of the way, but still easy to find.

Do you have pegboard in your home? Where is it hanging?

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