Pegboards combine quirky décor with practical storage, making them a perfect addition to any craft or DIY workspace. To make one yourself, you’ll need a medium/large rectangle of plywood, at least 15 mm thick, a power drill, a hand saw, 10 mm wide dowelling, fine sandpaper, spray paint and masking tape. On your plywood, mark with a pencil where each of your peg holes will go. I found it easiest to draw a series of evenly spaced vertical and horizontal lines to form a grid, with the holes going at each point the lines cross. Drill a hole through each point you’ve marked, making sure you drill all the way through the wood. Continue reading the tutorial in the source.