|Project by edwood1975||posted 07-20-2016 06:14 PM||1884 views||6 times favorited||8 comments|
I have been in an organising mode of late and my old pegboard panel served me well for a lot of years but it sadly couldn’t hold anything anymore so I retired it.
While I was looking for a more modern pegboard solution I came across this design it not only gives me the same amount of storage space but it reduced its wall footprint allowing me to relocate it on a different wall. So I moved it.
I found an interesting site called rogue engineer.com and he had beautifully laid out plans for the build and it didn’t cost a fortune and it looks great , if you need a copy of the plans you can find them here
It’s a basic build with 3/4” plywood consisting of 2 sides , top, bottom and two independently made pegboard doors and it’s all held together with dados and dare I say it pocket holes, I found the pocket holes to be the best joinery position simply because I was 1 guy building something big.
The dimensions are 36” high, 66” wide and 12” deep.
(1) 3/4”x 4’x8’ plywood ( I used sanded ply)
(1/) 4×8 pegboard
Pocket hole screws 1 1/4”
2 continuous hinges 30”
(2) 1×6x8’ – pegboard door frame