peg board project
as much as i loved my kitchen corkboard project, ac was right- it's not the most practical thing for the kitchen. it turns out i don't need to pin things up as often as i thought, so i decided to take a tip from julia child (via domino) and build a peg board for my pots, pans and cooking utensils. i bought a piece of pre-cut peg board at home depot for $10 and then had two one-inch thick pieces of wood cut to form a frame behind the peg board and then painted it to match my favorite le creuset pot. ta-da! instant function. i even have my countertops back now. it was a fun way to bring some color into the kitchen, too. if you'd like to build your own homage to julia child just click here and follow domino's instructions.