Pinboards, inspiration boards, bulletin boards, they are a simple, fun way of personalizing and organizing an office space or children's room, and they're the perfect list and note catcher for the kitchen.
Megan Morton, Australian stylist and author of the book Home Love: 100 Inspiring Ideas for Creating Beautiful Rooms is here today with a simple DIY Pinboard project.
Meet Megan Morton
Isn't she adorable? Here's her tutorial for how to make a pinboard.
My name is Megan Morton. I am a Sydney-based stylist, but luckily, I get to work the world over. I style incredible homes, so in my down time, I like to have some projects on the go, so I can keep my hand on the joy that is handmade. I'd love you to see my pinboard, so easy, so fun.
Now, onto the task at hand. The best thing about pinboards is that they can be sliced into any space -- in the kitchen, behind your door, in the study. Versatile little things!
I have a couple pinboards that are reserved for clients jobs, so I can see their projects at a glance. I post up pictures of furniture, spec sheets, paint chips and one look at it gets me so excited about the task at hand. My daughter has a beautiful pinboard with all her school certificates, notes from friends, and photographs attached. A client I know has a pinboard in her kitchen with all her favourite recipes cut out as a reminder to cook them all!
Thanks, Megan. These pinboards are so simple and fun.
Where could you use a pinboard for organization or inspiration in your home?
Images via Megan Morton