PEG­BOARD IN­SPI­RA­TION

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As a keen crafter, Jessica has lots of odds and ends to keep un­der con­trol. Her peg­board wall meets the chal­lenge! She bought the board at Bun­nings and gave it a coat of paint as the white pre-coat had a few scratches. Then she screwed it to the wall with plas­ter­board screws. All the hooks and shelf sup­ports were also bought at Bun­nings. To cre­ate ver­sa­tile stor­age and dis­play, Jess used pine off-cuts for the shelves, and found lacy white pots at Ikea for pens and tex­tas. “The board has been a great ad­di­tion to the study, as it re­ally elim­i­nates the need for a big messy drawer where ev­ery­thing gets lost!” Jess say. “It’s not just prac­ti­cal, though, as I love to style it with dif­fer­ent lit­tle items or pic­tures that in­spire me at the time. So it’s also an ever-chang­ing in­spi­ra­tion board in front of me.” Like Jess’s cre­ation? Add colour to your own by paint­ing the shelves and pots. Or buy a ready-made board from Kmart.

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