Remember this disaster area I shared with you a couple of weeks ago?
Well I finally got to work trying to create some semblance of order in my future work area in the garage. With the amount of DIY projects I have going on at any one time I need to have room to organize and grow so when I was making Jack’s American Flag Pegboard recently I went ahead and gave myself a little pegboard revamp for the garage.
I bought a large pegboard panel at Lowes for the project and they were kind enough to cut it for me (I could not have fit it in my van otherwise!) I painted the pegboard with Rustoleum Universal in Satin White. I love the Rustoleum Universal because it primes and paints all at once-one less step for me! I only wish it came in more colors! (hint, hint Rustoleum if you’re reading!)
After the White paint was dry I taped off a geometric design with masking tape.
A quick coat of Valspar Gloss Tropical Oasis followed and the results really brighten up the place! Check out my new improved work zone! Now I have plenty of room to organize (and my hubby is happy I won’t be digging through his workbench as much!)
I’m thinking about moving my Vintage Mirror turned Whiteboard out here to keep track of my projects-I don’t really use it as much as I thought I would in the laundry room.
In other news-I ordered some things to start on my Master Bedroom Makeover using my eDesign from Amber B Interiors. I also think I’m finally ready to tackle the Powder Room makeover so stay tuned for that as well!
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