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The newest addition to the ever growing inventory of Wall Control products is their new “fun size” pegboard panel. It’s a cute 16” wide by 12” tall, just right for small spaces requiring needing a bit of organization.
Although the panels come in several colors, we chose white as I wanted to use it in my white bathroom as a fun jewelry organizer.
We decided to add a frame, but you could just attach the panel to a wall, add pegs to fit the jewelry you want to store and display and call it done!
Take a look at how we added a simple frame to the “fun size” panel.
The dowels are for the back top and bottom, and the paint sticks will make up the frame. Tip: I didn't measure the length of the side pieces correctly. That vertical piece on the top and bottom is a fraction wider than the sides. To simplify things, just measure the vertical and horizontal sides and cut the paint stick pieces to those measurements.
Assembly time! Those wood dowels are attached to the panel with screws using the existing mounting holes. We searched our stash for screws that would work and found some screws that are thin but with wide tops that worked perfectly. They are actually screws for outdoor chair webbing. If you can't find these, then a thin screw used with a washer could work. We predrilled a pilot hole and then screwed them in. Tip: It was a little tricky to work with the small screw, but holding it with a pair of needle-nose pliers did the trick.
Please note: This is not a sponsored post, but Wall Control provided the panel we used in this project. We are Wall Control Ambassadors.
FYI: We are not professionals, and we don't claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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