This kitchen pegboard wall is a practical and useful addition to any kitchen, especially one that lacks adequate space. It offers loads of storage and relaxed rustic style.
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On the table saw, rip and crosscut the 4' x 8' sheet of pegboard so that it measures 1-5/8" less than the opening in both directions.
Create backer frame
Using a mitre saw, cut 1 x 2 clear select pine into 4 pieces (butt ends) to fit around the outside back edge of the pegboard. This creates a space behind the pegboard to accommodate utensil hanging hooks.
Assemble front frame
To create the frame, use a mitre saw to mitre-cut the corners of the MDF pieces to wrap the backed pegboard.
Attach the frame flush to the back edge of the project using carpenter's glue and 1-1/4" 18-gauge brad nails.
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Skill Level: Beginner
Time: 3 hours
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