DIY Pegboard! | Easy Shop Organization

I am a huge fan of utilizing pegboard in my shop organization and I just finished up my latest one with a custom twist.  Pegboard is an easy way to utilize a wall and allows you the ability to change it as you grow and adapt your shop to fit your needs.  Plus it’s just nice to get things off of the work bench but still be able to grab what you need when you need it! For my new pegboard, I decided to make it more fun than just leave it white so I did some geometric designing on it.  I bought a 4′ x 8′ sheet of plywood and cut 1′ off it to make it a 4 x 7 foot hanging pegboard and after some cool customization, I am stoked to put it to use! Here are some details on the project and lots of links… Enjoy!

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Here’s the video on YouTube and feel free to scroll down for some deeeeets!


(1) 4” × 4”, Pegboard
(3) 1” × 8’, Furring Strips
(15) 1” wood screws
(10) 2.5” deck screws
(1) 1” width roll of 3M painters tape
Valspar (Lowes) Paint: (Gravity, Ocean Storm, Perfect Storm)

//////  TOOLS USED

Foam Paint Brushes:
Miter Saw:
18v Drill/Driver:
12v Drill/Driver:
Counter Sink Drill Bit:
4’ Level:
Step Ladder:
Pegboard Hooks:


Canon 80D:
Canon 10-18mm Wide Lens:
Canon 50mm Lens:
Canon 18-55mm Lens:
Rode Video Mic:
iPhone X:
iPhone Tripod Mount:
Recording to iPhone:
Recording to computer: