Boost Your Kitchen Storage With Pegboard on a Wall


  1. I’ve used pegboard for a number of organizational projects and always use peg logs as the crowning touch. These inexpensive little plastic strips are placed over the
    pegboard accessory hanger and
    hook into the contingent holes, thereby “locking” the hanger into place. What this means is that the next time you grab the ladle off the wall, the S-hook it was hanging from doesn’t come out of the pegboard with it and fall into the stew.

    Unfortunately they don’t work on all types of hangers, but for S-hooks, Z’s and other single post hangers, they’re perfect. If you’re a pegboard fan, I think you’ll never again be without them. Hard to find in stores but Amazon usually has them; 50 peghook locks $10-$15.

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