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Being a fabric designer, I have rolls and rolls of fabric and I’ve struggled to find a solution for storing them.
Luckily, my husband came up with the idea to create a giant pegboard in the basement of
my studio. I had my doubts at first, but it ended up being the perfect solution! Before Pegboard for Fabric Storage
studio basement was super creepy when we first moved in, but after adding lighting and sealing the basement walls, it’s turned into an incredible storage area.
Here’s the main basement wall before we added the pegboard.
This entire project was done by my husband, CJ, so I can’t take any of the credit. Here’s what it looked like as he was starting to add the pegboards.
After Pegboard for Fabric Storage
Once the pegboard was up, I painted it pink and began adding the fabric. Here’s the after!
I love how it got everything off the floor and the fabric is much more accessible! It’s super easy to take down a roll and put it back up.
I even had some extra room for wrapping paper.
It’s been the perfect solution for storing those rolls of fabric!
Fabric GIVEAWAY on Instagram!
To celebrate my new fabric pegboard, I’m giving away 2 fat quarter bundles
over on Instagram! I’ll be giving away a fat quarter bundle of my second fabric line “Cora” by Windham Fabrics.
AND… a fat quarter bundle of my debut fabric collection,
Pink Lemonade with Windham Fabrics!
One lucky winner will receive both of these bundles! Click the button below for the Instagram giveaway.
Changes Made to this space
Built a giant pegboard to hold my ever-growing rolls of fabric
Painted the pegboard soft pink… Love it!
There’s almost nothing sexier than your husband doing a project to make your life easier!
Thank you CJ!!!!
Pegboard: Home Depot
Backing Boards: Home Depot
Pegboard hooks for wrapping paper:
Amazon Long 8-inch pegboard hooks for fabric:
Amazon Recap and What’s Next?
If you’re just catching up, here are the previous posts in the “before and after parade!”
Friday, Day 1:
The Family Room Saturday, Day 2:
My Miniature Collection Sunday, Day 3:
Stair Makeover and Piano Room Monday, Day 4:
Nail Painting Station Tuesday, Day 5:
Teacup Shelves Wednesday, Day 6:
Dining Room Reveal Thursday, Day 7:
Overflow Guest Room Friday, Day 8:
Painted Countertops + Kitchen Dancing Saturday, Day 9:
The Power of Spray Paint Sunday, Day 10:
Styling a Bookcase
Tomorrow I’ll be taking you inside my bedroom nook where I tell mine and my husbands love story ❤️
See you tomorrow!
SUCH a great idea Tessie!!
Thank you Sarah! It’s been such a great way to keep things organized and off the floor 🙂