Pegboard can be used in spaces other than garages – what about a laundry room pegboard?
My neighbor has a pegboard in her laundry room, and I decided it would be a great way to organize my laundry room. Why should the garage have all the fun and organization?
I’ll be sharing the full pegboard tutorial soon, but let’s talk accessories! I began with the pegboard hooks, and bought a bunch off Amazon (affiliate link):
I spray-painted them gold using Valspar’s spray paint.
I also spray-painted the hanger in the laundry bags, also found on Amazon (affiliate link):
Aren’t they adorable? I used my Silhouette Cameo to create the (iron-on) lettering. I also spray-painted Lena’s little plastic bucket from our beach spring break trip.
At first, I thought it would be a lint holder, but then I decided a golden bucket had to be for the spare change found in pockets. I found these pegboard baskets on Amazon (affiliate link):
Which are perfect for laundry supplies…
…and the larger one is great for an iron.
I also spray painted them using Rust-Oleum Oil Rubbed Bronze spray paint
And I spray painted this pull-down ironing board that of course was from Amazon (affiliate link):
My drying rack was one I already had, but I stained the wood sides to make it more special and fit with the look.
What do you think? Can pegboard work in spaces other than the garage?
Go create something!