Kitchen Upper Cabinets
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Pegboard is Kitchen Upper Cabinets already a familiar sight on garage and craft room walls for organizing hand tools and supplies. So why hasn’t this easily adaptable material made its way to the kitchen more often? Julia Child championed the use of pegboard in her own Cambridge, Massachusetts, kitchen decades ago. Her collection of pots and pans hung on a humble pegboard wall, and she even drew outlines of each piece so she knew where everything went. Indeed, wall-mounted pegboard is an Kitchen Upper Cabinets overlooked material that’s great for maximizing storage while allowing for flexibility. In particular, small kitchens with limited cabinet space can benefit from the use of pegboard. Not only is it economical, but it is easy to work with, blends with any style and can be customized in different configurations or painted to complement a scheme. Some may say it’s even cute. "Project: Use pegboard on your kitchen walls for storage. Why: Many homeowners and renters have small kitchens with limited cabinet storage; an unused wall, or even a portion of it, can be transformed into an efficient storage space. A Kitchen Upper Cabinets wall-mounted pegboard installation protrudes minimally, about an inch. In comparison to a wall-mounted pot holder, it is less likely to interfere with cabinet or refrigerator door swings. You can also engulf as much or as little of the wall in pegboard as you desire — even custom shapes. This designer of this cozy Birmingham, Alabama, kitchen maximized storage by utilizing the entire wall. If you think you don’t have any spare wall space in your kitchen, look again. Designer Kitchen Upper Cabinets Jennifer Ott created hanging storage for all her pans by installing a skinny strip of beguiling turquoise pegboard inside her pantry on what was otherwise wasted space.DIY or hire? A wall-mounted pegboard project is pretty easy to do yourself if you have the tools and some patience. I suggest having a helper, because hardboard is on the heavy side and you’ll need more than two hands to install it. However, if you are all thumbs and Kitchen Upper Cabinets don’t feel you’re cut out for it, hire a carpenter or handyperson. Cost: This project is pleasantly economical. A 4-foot by 4-foot finished project (without hooks) should run about $75 at most. Aside from the pegboard, many folks may have the rest of the materials already on hand as leftovers from previous projects, so it could cost even less. Plan to spend $10 to $40 for a sheet of pegboard, depending on the thickness and size. Process: There are a couple of different approaches to installing pegboard. One is to build a simple wood frame from 1-by-2s with one or more interior supports screwed into wall studs, and then anchor the Kitchen Upper Cabinets pegboard to the frame. This approach is best if you have an odd size or configuration planned. The second method is using a premade spacer inclusive of a screw and anchor, which eliminates the need to create a wood support. Triton makes a nifty one (DuraHook Steel/Plastic Pegboard Mounting and Spacer Kit). It screws into one of the pegboard holes and works with ⅛-inch and ¼-inch pegboard thicknesses. DiamondLife’s Self Stick Spacer works in a similar manner with both its hardboard and metal pegboard materials and Kitchen Upper Cabinets anchoring hardware. You would be wise to also purchase the company’s coordinating hooks and accessories, as premade spacers are designed to complement the dimensions of their accessories. Wall PegboardThe premade route is best for wall installations that can accommodate a square or rectangular piece of pegboard, and when size and aesthetic requirements are flexible. The system seen here, by Wall Pegboard, is made from powder-coated metal, and comes framed and with slotted hooks. However, it’s available only in 16-inch by 32-inch panels. Color availability also tends to be limited (and on the bright side) with premade pegboard systems. Metal pegboard also has a Kitchen Upper Cabinets decidedly contemporary look versus the hardboard material, which transitions more easily into more traditional kitchen schemes."