I love pegboards. They create tons of storage, they’re easy to install and adapt to a particular scenario, and their neutral design allows us to apply them virtually in any room. German designer Halfmann Mennickheim must have felt the same about the humble item, because he went to some creative lengths with it. By bending the perforated surface he made it into shelving. The move multiplied storage possibilities while still allowing you to mount hooks. He called his creation Raster, which means “grid” in German. Needless to say, the piece can serve equally well as an entryway item, kitchen storage, kids’ room storage and more.
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