Make a DIY Bedhead Using Pegboard
A pegboard is usually found mounted on the wall in a shed or garage, but you can bring this workshop staple inside and use it for something other than hanging tools.
Here, we’ve taken the pegboard concept and used it make decorative storage for a kid’s bedroom.
Headboards are easy to DIY and can be customised to suit the size and style of the bed, from framed to an ensemble
Pegboard comes in panels made of masonite, a composite wood product, or powdercoated steel. They are similarly priced at about $30 a panel, but we used masonite because it can be easily cut to size.
SAFETY TIP Add pegboard hooks to hang lightweight storage baskets on the headboard but remove them when the bed is occupied.
Drill holes into stud or masonry walls to hang the pegboard securely