Wooden Door Peg Racks
These peg racks turned out even better than I thought they would.
I’ve had a stash of old wooden doors for years, but with moving to a smaller house they had to be put in storage.
I’ve been on a quest to reduce our storage space for over a year and have finally got two large units down to one unit half the size of the original two. That’s great, but most of the stuff that is left in the unit are things that I use for my projects. The only thing that makes sense in having them is to actually use them. It was time to repurpose the doors.
My husband and middle son cut the doors for the racks.
Since the doors are so old, the vibration from the saw caused a few of them to come apart so reconstruction was the first order of business.
After cleaning them up and sanding them I got out my stencils.
I really liked the natural aging on the doors so I decided not to add paint. Instead, I added a stained wax over everything. I am so glad I did. I think they look amazing.
The pegs were also stained and waxed before adding them to the doors.
Some nice heavy-duty hangers on the back completed the racks.
My first craft show of the season is this weekend in Arkansas City, Kansas at the Last-Run Car Show. If you are in the area, come check it out.