After moving into my studio, I realized that my craft supplies were in need of some serious organization and my walls were bare and boring. To kill two birds with one stone, I made this rainbow pegboard! Not only is it a great way to keep organized, but it’s so eye catching that there’s no way I forget to put my supplies back.
And added bonus—it was super easy to make. If you can use tape and spray paint, then you’ve totally got this project!

west elm - DIY Rainbow Peg Board by Rachel Smith

Time: 45 minutes

Materials:

    pegboard
    painter’s tape
    spray paint, spacers
    screws
    pegs
    drill
    screwdriver

west elm - DIY Rainbow Peg Board by Rachel Smith

west elm - DIY Rainbow Peg Board by Rachel Smith

1. Divide your pegboard into equal parts and tape off. For example, my pegboard was 24 holes long so every 6 holes down I taped off two holes. This will keep your strips equal in size. Use the holes as a guideline for keeping your lines straight. 
west elm - DIY Rainbow Peg Board by Rachel Smith

2. Working in a well ventilated area, outside is best, paint and let dry. 


3. Mount on your wall– making sure to use spacers! This will create enough distance 
between your board and the wall that you can use pegs for hanging your supplies. 


4. Add your supplies and you’re all set!

west elm - DIY Rainbow Peg Board by Rachel Smith

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