GOT YOU PEGGED

Al­ways hard­work­ing peg­board is tak­ing on a stylish at­ti­tude. See how it can add pretty storage through­out your home.

Do It Yourself - - FEATURES - PRO­JECTS + WORDS AMY PALANJIAN PHO­TO­GRAPHS SCOTT LIT­TLE

Hard­work­ing peg­board can be pretty, too! See how to use it in un­ex­pected ways through­out your home.

BACK IT UP In­crease your kitchen’s storage ca­pac­ity with peg­board. Ap­ply it as back­splash, add it to the in­side of cab­i­net doors, or hang a piece in the pantry.

For our back­splash, this photo, we used polypropy­lene peg­board, which is durable and water-re­sis­tant. Use a ta­ble saw or cir­cu­lar saw to cut 24×48-inch pan­els of Du­raBoard Polypropy­lene Peg­board (avail­able at home­de­pot. com) to fi­fit fit the back­splash area, piec­ing as needed. Hang with a Du­raHook Peg­board Mount­ing and Spacer Kit, and caulk the edges if needed.

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