We all probably have those carefully curated Pinboards devoted to images of a spacious and perfectly organized craft room. But let’s be honest for a second. In reality, maybe our craft “room” is more of a closet or even a corner where our supplies are haphazardly stacked, stuffed into drawers, or leaned against the wall. Right? Well, we want need to change that.

During one of our latest Pinterest sessions, we noticed a very visible pegboard trend happening. We love this idea because it’s inexpensive and so versatile. It works for any and all types of materials, no matter what your craft of choice. From the gift wrap guru to the full blown craft queen, a pegboard set-up could be your craft space wish come true.

For inspiration, take a look below at some of our favorite ways to utilize pegboard for a dedicated craft space.

Paint It

No need for a naked pegboard. Add some bright, beautiful color to your space by painting it bright yellow, blue or any shade you love.

Yellow Pegboard

Image from Pinterest

Just Between Friends Pegboard

Image courtesy of Just Between Friends

blue pegboard

Image courtesy of The Inspired Room

Customize It

Pegboard works for any type of craft supplies. Set it up in any configuration that works for YOU. Another plus – you can move your containers around as you decide which flow works best.

Acrylic Pegboard

Image from Pinterest

Plastic Cup Pen Storage

Image from Flickr


Frame It

If you want to get a little fancier, add a frame for some extra visual interest. Even a simple frame makes your space pop, or you could use a variety of shapes and colors for a look that really stands out.

blue pegboard

Image courtesy of Positively Splendid

pegboard organizational wall

Image courtesy of Tater Tots and Jello

Hide It

Optimize whatever space you have. If your supplies are currently piled in a closet, mount pegboard to the inside of the door and take advantage of that unused space.

pegboard closet

Image courtesy of BHG.com

pegboard armoir

Image courtesy of BHG.com

Feature It

If you do have a large wall space or even a dedicated craft room, then why not make a feature wall using pegboard? This gets all your supplies up in front of you and within arm’s reach. Not to mention, it’s a total showstopper./p>

pegboard wall

Image courtesy of BHG.com

Pegboard Wall honeybear Lane

Image courtesy of Honeybear Lane


Inspired? We hope so. Pegboard is a fun, inexpensive way to make a big statement. Give it a try and let us know how it goes! We love hearing from you.