The family command center gets a modern upgrade thanks to Day-Glo Plexiglas. A sturdy pegboard base proves perfectly suited for sorting mail, displaying photos, and storing small items.
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Gray spray paint
Neon Plexiglas sheets
Plastic drill bit
Neon acrylic rod
Gray elastic cord
1. Working in a well-ventilated area, spray the pegboard with gray paint until evenly coated; let dry completely.
2. Use a marker to indicate the size Plexiglas pieces you'd like to cut (ours measure 4" by 6", 6" by 6", 6" by 9.5", and 1.75" by 5.75"), making sure that the corners of the piece line up with holes in the pegboard. (Tip: You can also order Plexiglas in custom sizes from tapplastics.com.)
3. Using a plastic cutter, score the Plexiglas along the marker line. PlaceRead More »from This Ultra-Modern Organizer is One Heck of a Bright Idea