Last month I wrote a guest post for My Repurposed Life, showing my kitchen wall that I added a pegboard to. For that post, I styled the pegboard as a kitchen organizer. As much as I love it, I have other spots in my kitchen for the tools, but I use this area as a small home office nook, so what I really need is a kind of command center – a place to hang a calendar, and keep pens, notepads, and other things I use every day.
Pegboard Command Center Organizer for Kitchen Nook
So, I took down all the kitchen tools, and revamped the pegboard. I didn’t want it to look so utilitarian that it would look like it belonged in a garage, so I included some elements that are just pretty, while still meeting my organizational needs too.
I’ve included affiliate links of some of the products I used, to help you create your own command center.
The focal point is the two clipboards with flower images on them. The top clipboard has one of my farmhouse flowers photo printables on it.
The lower clipboard has a free watercolor printable from Ann at On Sutton Place.
More hooks hold shipping tape, painter’s tape, scissors, and a tape measure – all of which I use almost every day.
Underneath that is a Mod Frame Dry Erase Calendar Board. It’s a dry erase calendar, and it’s magnetic as well.
I used Command Strips to hang the calendar board, so if I want to change it out for something else I can.
The bottom of the calendar has a bulletin board strip as well.
I attached magnets to the back of an antique spice tin to hold pens, pencils, and a tool I use when I make stencils.
I’m still using my Antique Typewriter as a charging station, and still love it.
The beautiful miniature roses were a Mother’s Day gift from my oldest son.
I have so much more organizing to do in my home, but I’m one step closer now. 🙂
Vaya con Dios,