Laurel Stavros is the DIY-er and party crafter at the blog, A Bubbly Life. She believes DIY does not have to be perfect- it should be fun. While DIY-ing she can often be found jamming to a Glee playlist and sipping red wine. Despite her common attire of paint clothes, she also blogs about her fashion crushes and firmly believes one can never have too many pairs of shoes.
Pegboards are perfect for organization; and with my nesting instinct coming out, I'm in the mood to organize! I use my pegboard to organize my massive jewelry collection and will be making another for my craft room. A pegboard would be a welcome addition to a mudroom to help keep your family organized!
However, plain white or brown isn't all that attractive looking for an inside the house pegboard. I used white and mint paint and a heart stencil to pretty up mine.
Photo: Laurel Stavros
Pegboard Paint Paintbrush Hooks Stencil (or make your own as I did with some contact paper)
I made a heart using contact paper so it would self-adhere to the board. I painted an area on the pegboard with a light mint color. Then, I placed the contact paper heart on top of the pegboard (after the first coat of paint has dried) and covered the whole board with white paint.
I also spray painted hooks in pastel hues for a color pop.