Urban Jungalow Pegboard Organizer

I’ve been obsessed with plants and with organizing lately. I want to fill every inch of my room with plants and everything to have it’s place! I also want a versatile way to organize my tools so when I saw pegboards at Home Depot I knew I wanted to use that to organize my tools.

Here are the instructions, it is super easy to make you guys!!

Tools You’ll Need


  • 1 Medium grid sanding block
  • Clamps
  • Hammer


  • 1 pegboard – 2′ x 4′ ($7.99)
  • 3 wood trims – 1.5″ width x 96″ long x 1″ thickness ($0.96 x 3 = $2.88)
    • Cut these into:
      • 3  48″ long pieces
      • 2  20.75″ long pieces
      • 2  22.5″ long pieces
  • wood glue (~$4)
  • 1.5″ nails (~$3 for box)


  1. Use a medium grid sanding block and sand down the wood trims
  2. Wipe away any excess saw dust
  3. Apply wood glue around the edges and glue wood trims to the pegboard. Make sure to choose which side of the pegboard you want showing.
  4. Clamp wood trims to pegboard and wipe away excess glue
  5. Let dry for 24 hours; flip over and repeat steps 3 + 4
  6. Let dry for 24 hours; remove clamp and nail wood trims for extra security
  7. Hang it up and hang up your tools!

I forgot to buy pegboard accessories at Home Depot so I just ordered these from Amazon. 🙂

Throw some plants on top and you have a Urban Jungalow inspired pegboard organizer! You can paint the frame or leave it as is, you can customize it to whatever your own personal style is! I added an ethnic girl print I got from Vietnam and I just love how my entire board came together!




All photos taken with an iPhone 7

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