IBS Mini Panel 1200 x 600 x 4.8mm White Peg Board
Find a spot where you can easily grab any useful stationary items and see your vision board, then grab your stud finder and work out where your wall studs are – these are the points you'll be drilling straight into. Mark them up with a pencil and find a friend to hold your board against the wall so you can mark up where you want it to hang – these marks will be your guide when you go to install it.
This is a long piece of timber that will attach to your wall and allow your pegboard to hang from it – it means your hooks won't hit the wall. Lay your batten straight using a spirit level to make sure it's in the right spot – when the bubble is in the centre, you're good to go. Then mark up where your pilot holes will go – they'll need to align with your wall stud.
Grab your safety glasses and drill two pilot holes into your batten. Then affix your batten to the wall using an impact driver and two screws – remember to pay attention to where your stud marks are.
Grab your tape measure and work out how long your pegboard is, then measure out the corresponding length on the wall – this is where your second batten will hang. Repeat the above process to attach your second piece to the wall. A good tip is to measure and mark up where you want to drill from your top screw so you know you're still on a stud.
You'll need a friend to help with this bit – get them to hold your pegboard up while you screw it in through two of the pre-existing holes using a drill.
There are an assortment of hooks available from Bunnings – choose the ones that best suit your purpose, and place as many as you need on your board. Wire baskets are great for holding bigger items.
This is the fun part! You can hang whatever you wish from your board – get creative! We've hung a calendar, some stationary and a wire basket for our bits and bobs. Now what are you waiting for – take that ‘selfie!'