Creating a gardener’s pegboard near your potting bench is a great way to organize all your gardening and other outdoor supplies.
On our trip to Construction Junction where I found great pieces to make a new desk for my office, I picked up a framed pegboard for $10.
I had been thinking of making one to hang above my potting bench, and there it was, already completed.
I really hope I’m not alone when I say that I’m always looking around for a tool or some twine when I’m in the garden. Hopefully, this would also free up some space on my potting bench.
It was a little grimy so I spray painted the board with a nice herbal green and the trim in white.
The spray paint can said it was good for both a good interior/exterior use. This should help protect the pegboard from the weather outside.
Now it looks a little too shiny and new. So I used a little antiquing glaze to soften the overall look.
I bought a simple bag of hooks for this project. However, I found out that all kinds of baskets and hooks of all sizes exist for pegboards.
I think I’ll definitely want to make one for my office. Lord knows I could use a little more organization for all my craft supplies.
Saving time being organized is a good thing but I also love to keep this space looking pretty.
Here’s the finished product all dressed up with some floral wire, plant tags, and tools. I love the way it looks. And, I’m excited to have some more storage for all my gardening and outdoor supplies.
P.S. If you’re new to this site and love flowers check out my Gardening page which is filled with all kinds of fun garden projects, tips on growing ornamentals, herbs and even a couple of edibles.