Framed & Stained Tool Pegboard
After being frustrated with a garage in a perpetual state of disarray and not being able to quickly find the right tool needed for the job, I researched how to build a simple yet very functional pegboard. This idea combines three simple yet great ideas found on Ryobi Nation and Pinterest.
Painted Pegboard + Frame + Floating shelf.
Add a little stain for the frame and floating shelf and this tool area pops when you enter the garage. I love how functional it is for organizing tools, yet it improves the space and steals the show.
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1x: 4x8' 1/2" pegboard (I bought a brown one so had to prime and paint it)
2x: 8' wood molding; 2x 4' wood molding
3x: 1x2"x4' furring strips
2x: 1x4"x8' doug fir boards
1x: Minwax 70012 1 Quart Wood Finish Interior Wood Stain, Dark Walnut
1x: Rust-Oleum 2004 Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 White Water-Based Interior/Exterior Primer Sealer1-Quart
1x Behr White Semi-Gloss paint (can use any color you prefer)
Brushes, drop cloth, painters tape, & rags