I see it often. I think about doing it sometimes. But I wanted you to take a look, and tell me if you think its a viable decor move, or is better left in the garage!

The Estate of Things chooses Design Sponge Peg Board in Kitchen

From Design Sponge Sneak Peek Nicole Hill Gerulat

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Grace Bonney’s kitchen, Lonny

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  • I like it, but I think it really needs to be kept as pristine and perfect as this pic. And, don’t go overboard in size – keep it on the small side. That’s what I think!
    Toni M.

  • Garage!

    The path to having a gorgeous home is having a clean home. Hanging up a bunch of pretties will be awesome until the dust starts to settle. To maintain such a peg board would mean routinely cleaning all the items… and possibly not cooking as much.

    It’s cute, but not so cute that I would suffer through the cleaning (or really: suffer through the dirty when I get too lazy to clean it weekly).

  • only out of necessity do i think this is a good solution (as in grace’s kitchen). if you don’t have enough storage then i think a clean, painted peg board is a good idea. and i think to do this your pots/pans/etc need to be pretty and in good shape.

  • Gee, Julia Child did it, and hers ended up in the Smithsonian. But, seriously, if you want your equipment out, a more attractive look is often a pot rack, either hanging from the ceiling, or several flat ones hung on the wall.

  • I think this look could be so interesting because not many people do it and I think it is much less cluttered looking than a pot rack and less obtrusive in a kitchen. I say go for it!

  • hmmm maybe if it were hanging from the ceiling horizontally. Eh, not sure how stable that will be though..

    I say you can put that anywhere! :)

  • думаю стоило бы выделить некоторые моменты и рассказать подробнее..

  • I have had a pegboard pot rack in my kitchen for ages. If you cook at all, the pots get used and washed often enough to be kept grease free. Be sure to build a firm frame to anchor the pegboard to – brace it across the center if the board is large. If you have extra heavy pots and pans (I have a large cast iron skillet and an ironstone griddle), install dedicated hooks for those items that are anchored into the brace.

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