Pegboard Kitchen Command Center Organizer

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.

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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.

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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.

pegboard organizer flower prints on clipboards - KnickofTime.net I used one little galvanized bucket to hold twine, and the other to hold a plant.  I can easily take the plant down to water it, then hang it back up again.

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.

 

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The bottom of the calendar has a bulletin board strip as well.

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I attached magnets to the back of an antique spice tin to hold pens, pencils, and a tool I use when I make stencils.

repurposed spice tin magnetic pen and pencil cup

And on the counter space below the pegboard, I have a little berry basket to hold notepaper, and a dispenser shaped like a Polaroid camera for Post-It notes.

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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. 🙂

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Vaya con Dios,

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  1. It’s looks amazing and functional. Everything you need where you can see it. I like it.

  2. Shelley says:

    I like it better…I keep my kitchen tools in a vintage Bauer pot…aqua….

  3. I LOVE it!! What really made it “pop” for me were three things – your wonderful typewriter and the pot of red roses! And your milk caps – I guess they’re magnetized – an idea I may copy! I really like your command center ideas, too. Aren’t you glad you didn’t sell your Underwood??? I know I AM!!

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