It began as a simple piece, a hard plate of eucalyptus fibers – I believe that formerly there was only Eucatex perforated, because the name of the manufacturer gave the product its name for a long time – and has always been used extensively for hanging tools in home repair shops.
Today’s name pegboard is also widely used and there is boards and panels of all types, stronger, with numerous colors and perforations of all sizes and you find even finished, already with hooks, niches and such to use in every corner. And suddenly it’s in the living room, in the bedroom, in the kitchen, in the service area, in the office, to hang everything. And even making super cool furniture. I selected 30 ideas for the whole house. Come and see?
Creating shelves or a functional hall using walls (photos: tresstudio, athomeinlove, bdba)
Cladding the wall to hang the set of pictures (photo: minhacasaminhacara)
Serving as door of chests of drawers and niches (photo: ateliegaaya)
For hanging utensils, mugs, pots, small containers on narrow shelves … etc (Photos: women in conflict, mendacasa and casaabril)
In the service area displaying cleaning utensils and even ironing board and in the corner of gardening, tools, hoses, etc. (photos: abilolando, casaabril and minhacasaminhacara)
Turning into bedside and place for baby hygiene accessories, books, notebooks, etc. (photos: abilolando and ateliegaaya)
Another 2 headboards, one painted and the other, which may not be a perforated panel, but which one can do with one, using thick wool or thread to create the designs. And the idea of the closet with a perforated panel wall and hooks is very good! (photos: bullshit, dcoracao and minhacasaminhacara)
Another headboard (the line drawing could be more cute, right?), A pegboard behind the bedside table, another to hang the comics and the last to hang the costume jewelry (Photos: abilolando and casaabril)
Everything hanging in the working corner makes it easy to use and organize. Pegboard on it! (photos: abilolando, ateliegaaya and desopilar)
Back to the origins, in the home-based workshop, as a background of the work table and in the corner of gardening (photos: dusty, homedit and ateliegaaya)
I’m sure you were inspired by this post. So get to work. But do not forget: Many of the existing perforated panels has little resistance to withstand strip and put of hooks, shelves or heavy objects and do not support humidity. So choose or reinforce the panel according to your need to avoid accidents and poorly spent money!