I am going to show you the finished picture of my organizer and then I will walk you through how I put it all together..
Here is a list of supplies you will need to complete this project:
- 4 pieces of 1x2x8 wood. These need to be cut to frame the peg board on the back.
- Wood Glue
- Staple Gun
- 4 screws
- Glue Gun
- Craft Knife
- Material to cover pegboard
- Decorative trim
- Drawer knobs
- Pegboard hooks and baskets
- Wooden dowel
- Shower hooks
Below are pictures of me assembling the pegboard with the wood strips. I put a line of glue down on the back side of the pegboard. Place a wood strip on the glue and clamp down. Do this to the remaining three sides and then reinforce with screws in each corner.
Cut a piece of material with a 2" border around the pegboard. Double fold and staple down to each strip of wood. Do this all the way around the frame.
After the material has been stapled to the board, I then took some decorative trim and hot glued it all the way around to the outside of the frame..You can see what it looks like finished below...
After the board was ready, I took all of my knobs, hooks and baskets and laid them out onto the board to see where the placement of everything would be. I then took my craft knife and pierced a hole in the fabric (just like in this post) where my hooks were going to be placed.
Here is how I designed mine...
I have alot of hats and scarves. I wanted to maximize the space so I decided to hang the scarves on the bottom.
These are the knobs I used to hang my hats. I got them at Hobby Lobby for a $1.50 a piece.
These are the extra long hooks in the pegboard section of Home Depot. I re-covered my headband holder in this black chenille. I showed you HERE how to make your own headband holder out of paper towels and fabric. Super easy!!
I just laid the headband holder on the hooks....
I decided to use these hooks for a shelf. I had a plain piece of wood in my scrapbook room that I just painted a metallic silver and hot glued some trim around it.
The bottom row consists of 3 hooks that are holding a wooden dowel I covered in the same fabric as the headband holder. I wrapped the dowel with the fabric and just started stapling. EASY!!!! This dowel will hold all of my scarves....
Let's look closer with everything on the board....
All of my hats now have a home....
My two buckets I got at Hobby Lobby. I had some metallic silver vinyl that I just cut out a design on my cricut to embellish them. One bucket has my lint brushes, scissors, emery board, etc. and the other bucket is used for small trash.
My pins for my jackets and sweaters...
The other two baskets are for my cologne, gloves and fingernail kit.
LOVE my Lindsay Phillips ballet flats and flip flops and all of the decorative snaps that go on them. They now have a place to stay...
As you can see, I LOVE scarves...I used plastic shower rings that were a $1.00 for 12 to hold them and simply slid them on the fabric covered dowel.
and there you have it....this project was simple to make and I hope you are inspired to make your own. If you do, send me a picture, I would love to see it..