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      Sarah Warwick added this to Boost Your Storage and Style With This Versatile MaterialFeb 27, 2018

      Fashion a wonder wall. Pegboard is incorporated into the storage wall in this home office, where it keeps architectural tools neat and readily available. It matches MDF shelves painted the same shade as the walls and filing cabinets, so everything can be stashed in one unobtrusive but spacious combo. Besides providing storage, the pegboard functions as a decorative display. Along with the calendar clock on the top shelf, it introduces a chic black accent to the white-and-wood scheme. Tell us: How have you used pegboard in your home? Let us know in the Comments.More18 Rooms Made Better With PegboardBrowse pegboard and accessories

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      Mennes’ office sits off the entry vestibule and next to the work den of her husband, David Minkin. On any given day, depending on the project and if there’s a meeting, two to four people might be working in her office. Like the bathroom, the office walls and ceiling are white paneled wood. Mennes looked to East Coast farmhouses and Scandinavian style for design inspiration. “The office is simple and utilitarian,” she says. The wood, though it looks like V-groove paneling, is in fact planks of knotty pine. Mennes used the underside of the planking to form the visible joints, similar to those of V-groove. She primed the knots so that they wouldn’t show through, then painted everything white. “We got a lot of mileage out of this inexpensive material,” she says. She estimates that the wood probably cost about $1 per square foot.Built-ins and organized storage contribute to the clean, functional look. A local builder designed and installed the 12-foot-long floating pine desk. The wall unit came from Custom Floating Shelves, a mail-order system that sells floating shelves. These are MDF shelves they painted to match the room. Plain white binders and boxes store materials and office supplies for the firm. A pegboard wall holds architectural tools, and white Bisley filing cabinets store more. “The idea was to hide everything in the white storage wall,” Mennes says. A leaning ladder with wire trays holds the materials and paperwork for the firm’s current project. Wall paint: Cloud White, Benjamin Moore; task chairs: Craigslist; ladder magazine rack: eBay

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      apowell02 added this to Plymouth Office/Bonus RoomJun 2, 2019

      Work space in bonus room concept (desks would be back wall opposite dormer window)

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