It's WISE to DIY: Thrify Ideas for the Do-It-Yourselfer

After This Peg Board Gets Painted, It DOESN’T Go In The Garage–But Where It DOES Go? GENIUS!!

A small kitchen is something that so many of us have to contend with.  Luckily, there are SO MANY creatives solutions to create space where there was none and to organize lots of stuff into an area too tiny to hold it all.

I have listed out just three of my favorite “small kitchen” hacks on the next page and I hope that one of them–or more than one–is perfect for you!

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  1. Not a new idea. My parents did this 50 or so years ago.

  2. Thanks for sharing these great ideas,Wise DIY…

  3. Joyce Horner says:

    I have used pegboard in my kitchens for years for lots of thing. Easier to find things than all jumbled up in a drawer.

  4. Debby Gesing says:

    I did this thirty years ago in my second apartment, paited it brick red and hung my utensils and mesuring cups, pot holders

  5. Annalee Rust says:

    I haven’t looked yet, but I have one in my kitchen, with my pots and pans on it. I painted it red. I love it.

  6. I liked the idea for a shelf as a table in a really small space, with some adjustments it could be made into a beautiful practical idea .

  7. I’d like it but I can’t get to it !!!!! 🙁

  8. It’s not genius. it’s nice, but it’s not “genius”.

  9. I think I will paint my peg board in my sewing building. What do you think sister Patricia Oyler Dean

  10. Katrina Getz says:

    I’ve saved the link love the sliding shelves idea

  11. Lisa Shrout says:

    that’s what i wanna do….does it work good?

  12. Sami Jo Kyli Woodward the first idea of the window shelf and bar stools is a great idea for your kitchen if you want to get rid of the table…

  13. Oooo! That’d be nice! Then I would pile stuff there instead of putting it away’

  14. Dork I was thinking there would be less room for piling without the table!

  15. **Wouldn’t pile stuff! Haha!

  16. Julia Child’s Kitchen, was organized in this way with pegboard.

  17. first did this back in the 60’s. I guess everything old is new again

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